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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-21-2014, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno in London

So it turns out the bike I'm buying is Colin's from this thread:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...&highlight=rox

Apparently the dyno guys fluffed his PCIII setup for his Bodis. I'll be looking for another map to be done. Any shout outs for good folk?

Looking before I asked unearthed x-bikes (too far) and PDQ1 (just far enough to be worth it) Anyone with experience with these guys with dyno+750

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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-22-2014, 08:34 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno in or around London?

So looks like I'm purchasing Colin's MV from this thread:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...&highlight=rox

Seems like the dyno guys fluffed the map for his Bodis. Any recommendations in or around London? X-Bikes a bit too far.

Anyone used PDQ1?

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You've asked the same question before Chris. http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=91457

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A Nate used pdq when he'd had his blades engine done they ran in bike on Dyno so when he got it mapped and first ride it went pop under load so no I wouldn't go near them mate I'd suggest the guys up at Mallory race way there really good and a nice ride up there to

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A Nate used pdq when he'd had his blades engine done they ran in bike on Dyno so when he got it mapped and first ride it went pop under load so no I wouldn't go near them mate I'd suggest the guys up at Mallory race way there really good and a nice ride up there to

Really? I thought PDQ had a great reputation?
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I've used PDQ for years on all my bikes, road and race. They have a great reputation and know what they're doing.

Thoroughly recommended.
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Everyone has there opinion I'm just giving myn guys that's all

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A Nate used pdq when he'd had his blades engine done they ran in bike on Dyno so when he got it mapped and first ride it went pop under load so no I wouldn't go near them mate I'd suggest the guys up at Mallory race way there really good and a nice ride up there to
Loads of variables there before making a statement like yours. Did they do the engine rebuild for e.g.?

What do you think the 500kg metal wheel is that the bikes wheel turns if not a load?

Did you watch them run it in with no load? Define what you mean by no load.

Voicing opinions is fine and exactly what internet communities are for but throwaway statements like yours can have real world effects to people's business's, reputations and income with little or no redress. There is always two sides to a story and rarely do they tell the same tale.


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Where does it say no load??

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I've heard a few good things about PDQ. There are plenty of reasons for an engine to go pop, but I expect a dyno operator at an official Dynojet power commander tuning center, which PDQ is, will know how to use his equipment. My main concern is their experience with MV's. I was told it's tricky as there isn't too many PCIII maps for them to base on. I may well be wrong.

Just a thought, but as the bike will be under unusual *ahem* pressures it'll probably be worth me having it serviced before hand, especially as it's not been ridden much, so as not to exacerbate any possible issues.
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