Our clients with street engines average 10% increase in power from Dyno tuning



Hillside Cycle’s experienced technicians use a Dynojet dynamometer to optimize power output. The rear wheel-driven Dynojet is an efficient tool for establishing base power output and monitoring changes to bring your engine to peak performance. Hillside Cycle’s technicians have been trained by Dynojet and combine that training with decades of hands-on experience to give you the most for your money.

A dynamometer provides valuable information, but it requires skill and insight to determine what changes are necessary to improve your power output. We monitor the ambient air and relative humidity, and track engine and cylinder head temperature with a laser heat gun to eliminate uncontrolled variables from the tuning process.

We can adjust the power curve to fit your application. From street bikes to racers, we understand how to fine-tune adjustments to the ignition timing, fuel and exhaust system and take your power output to the highest levels possible.

If you’re into performance, you owe it to yourself to see what Dyno tuning can do for your bike! Racers know that dynamometer analysis is a good investment. It will work for you, too.

The dyno runs below are just a typical example of what we do here on a daily basis!!

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HMM 107″

HMM Stage IV Heads

HPI 55mm t/body

Wood 408 cams

D&D Fatcat


HMM Stage II Heads

HMM 98″ Kit

S&S .570 cams

CV carb

DTT ignition

D&D Fatcat


HMM Stage II Heads

HMM 98″ kit

He had Andrews 37 cams

Rhinehart True Duals

Ported Delphi t/body


80″ Evo

Re-surface heads only

Wood W-6 cam

CV carb

OE ignition

V&H short shorts(he had)