Unfortunately I don’t live anywhere near them 😫 I actually don’t even know if any motorcycle dyno’s near me. I know there has to be something near me I just have to find one
oh im with you on that completely, i run the dhm 149 bbk with a high comp piston and have my ignition timing set to 0 (directions state to run 93 with -6 timing across the board) granted I can probably add a bit more timing than to just leave it at 0 but i would like a dyno and knock sensors to determine where i start getting knock and to tune it more accurately. 0 across the board has made a noticable difference still thoughAny time you run E85 you only experience gains if you add timing, do not worry about your compression ratio because E85 does not care, it is very resistant to knock. There are certainly a lot of dynos around your area and you do not need to limit yourself to a motorcycle shop with a dyno as many "car" dynos can run motorcycles. I have tuned several bikes on a Dyno Dynamics "car" dyno and they are a far better brand for accurate readings and consistent readings that a dyno jet which every motorcycle dyno I have ever seen was. If you do not add timing when using E85 you are not making any extra power and are actually losing power. Any time you increase octane rating without needing it, you lose power. I tune high hp engines all the way down the low Grom engines. I have about 350 dyno runs and testing on just the Groms.