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Motorcycle & Bike Workshops in Singapore with Dyno


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For those looking for a dyno to check the power output of your bikes or even for a tune, here are a list of workshops in Singapore that has an actual dyno machine:

Bikeworkz
10 Kaki Bukit Rd 2, #01-24 First East Centre Singapore, Singapore 417858

FTA Performance
8 Kaki Bukit Avenue 4, #07-26 Singapore, Singapore 415875

SBR Motors Pte Ltd
8 Kaki Bukit Ave 4 #08-14, Premier @ Kaki Bukit Singapore, Singapore 415875

Tachyon Motor Pte Ltd
9004 Tampines Street 93, #01-108, Singapore 528838

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Vroom vroom!

Please feel free to add if you know of any others! 

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For those looking for a dyno to check the power output of your bikes or even for a tune, here are a list of workshops in Singapore that has an actual dyno machine: Bikeworkz 10 Kaki Bukit Rd 2,

Great info!

Anyone went for dyno tune recently can share your experience? I have a slip on for my cbr not sure if its worth going for a tune or not. 

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1 hour ago, exygon said:

Great info!

Anyone went for dyno tune recently can share your experience? I have a slip on for my cbr not sure if its worth going for a tune or not. 

@exygon Always been a very subjective topic to be honest.

Realistically, the gains you can get from a dyno tune with filter and exhaust for the CBR600RR would be about 6-10hp depending on your engine.

You'll have to decide if this is worth the hundreds that you are going to spend on a custom dyno tune.

There is the option of going for the Power Commander which cost slightly less at 2-300USD.

But then again, it is a lot of money for not very much horsepower.

If you bike is running fine after changing out the exhaust with no flat spots in the powerband or jerkiness, might be better to save the $ for other mods.

Here's a good read if you have time on dyno tuning the CBR600RR:

https://www.600rr.net/threads/is-power-commander-worth-it.210499/

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On 2/18/2021 at 11:03 AM, SBF said:

For those looking for a dyno to check the power output of your bikes or even for a tune, here are a list of workshops in Singapore that has an actual dyno machine:

Bikeworkz
10 Kaki Bukit Rd 2, #01-24 First East Centre Singapore, Singapore 417858

FTA Performance
8 Kaki Bukit Avenue 4, #07-26 Singapore, Singapore 415875

SBR Motors Pte Ltd
8 Kaki Bukit Ave 4 #08-14, Premier @ Kaki Bukit Singapore, Singapore 415875

Tachyon Motor Pte Ltd
9004 Tampines Street 93, #01-108, Singapore 528838

May be an image of text that says "FBE4 BAZZAZ principia"

Vroom vroom!

Please feel free to add if you know of any others! 

 

Interested to know if they run 2 strokes on their dyno.

Would call them up to find out.

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Good question @SkyVersace but i don't see why not. Might be good to find out.

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