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HyperBikeCenters.com review! (Dyno, etc)
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HyperBikeCenters.com review! (Dyno, etc) - June 9, 2007, 10:46 AM

So I took Greg and Terra up on their offer for a tune-up + custom map. I didn't need a few things that they had in their combo so they took them out and hooked me up! What a great shop and what a great couple! Thanks so much!

Here's a copy/paste of the post I made @ R1-Forum.com

I've known I needed a custom map for quite some time and finally got around to getting it done. I saw a special that hyperbikecenters.com was running and gave them a call. Terra (the owner's wife) modified their current deal by removing some things that I didn't need and gave me one hell of a deal!

I got my plugs changed (NGK Iridum), throttlebody cleaning, injector cleaning, and a custom map for an amazing deal (he also removed my secondary butterfly valves). Plus I got to hang out at the shop and watch/talk while Greg (the owner) did all the work. They had a big screen TV, leather couches, food, drinks, etc all right there for me. The shop is all black leather/stainless steel and just kicks ass. There's something about being able to see someone working on your stuff and talk to them while they do it AND feel comfortable and welcome.

The (climate controlled:owwn3d) dyno (250i) room is right there with a big glass window and an LCD on the outside so you can see what he's doing while he does it. :flex:

This place caters to the guy/gal who knows that they want and how they want it done. This isn't your typical lets go get my tires changed kinda place this is a high end tuning shop. He had a brand new T-Rex in there all tore down and was putting in a custom turbo/intercooler setup, and 2 300+HP drag/land speed bikes! :boobies

Did I mention they're a Rizoma dealer? :riding

We did ~19 pulls on the dyno. All in all it took close to 3 hours.






[Cliff Notes for the Lazy]
Best shop around for high end tuning.
Awesome environment - Couches, open view of work being done, snacks, big screen tv, etc
New Dyno (250i) and you can WATCH them tune and see what they see/do!

www.hyperbikecenters.com
Frederick, MD
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June 9, 2007, 11:08 AM

I'm looking at having something like this done... what's the ballpark figure?


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June 9, 2007, 11:42 AM

The deal on the banner is 525. Thanks MT. I think your the first to do a write up.


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June 9, 2007, 01:47 PM

+1
I've known Greg for a little while from some Busa rides. He's
an all around great guy and I'd trust him with anything of mine.
He's got a clear vision of what it takes to make and he'll follow it
to the T!


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June 9, 2007, 08:33 PM

Michael, thanks for the post, pulling those secondaries presented some challenges but I think we tweaked them out. I would like you to bring the bike by when you have a chance..I want to try one more trick. Glad you were happy and I hope to see you and that clean machine again........way to take care of your ride! Ride safe! Greg


Owners: Gregory & Terra Williams

Hyperbike Performance Centers Land Speed Racing 2007:
Texas Mile: March 182.00 October: TBA
Maxton: March: 194.000 May: TBA September: TBA


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June 9, 2007, 08:36 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by UUBusa
+1
I've known Greg for a little while from some Busa rides. He's
an all around great guy and I'd trust him with anything of mine.
He's got a clear vision of what it takes to make and he'll follow it
to the T!
Thanks Paul, stop by sometime.


Owners: Gregory & Terra Williams

Hyperbike Performance Centers Land Speed Racing 2007:
Texas Mile: March 182.00 October: TBA
Maxton: March: 194.000 May: TBA September: TBA


www.hyperbikecenters.com

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what were your final #'s on the r1 ?


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Glad to hear a good report! Greg and I have locked horns at Maxton and Texas Mile....good to have another Kawi guy holding it down! I may need to stop by the shop Greg for a tire change since I'm on the BSTs (I know I have a relic but I figure you have mounted and dismounted these particular wheels before and figure you know how to do it w/out damaging em. PM me when you get a chance bro.

Kidcycle: Regardless of the peak hp numbers, which I'm sure were probably good, check out your A/F ratio per rpm


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Quote:
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Glad to hear a good report! Greg and I have locked horns at Maxton and Texas Mile....good to have another Kawi guy holding it down! I may need to stop by the shop Greg for a tire change since I'm on the BSTs (I know I have a relic but I figure you have mounted and dismounted these particular wheels before and figure you know how to do it w/out damaging em. PM me when you get a chance bro.

Kidcycle: Regardless of the peak hp numbers, which I'm sure were probably good, check out your A/F ratio per rpm
just give me a ring at the shop..........301-473-9191.


Owners: Gregory & Terra Williams

Hyperbike Performance Centers Land Speed Racing 2007:
Texas Mile: March 182.00 October: TBA
Maxton: March: 194.000 May: TBA September: TBA


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June 12, 2007, 09:50 AM

Great post... may have to stop by.
Hey, what'd you pull on the dyno, btw?


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June 12, 2007, 10:59 AM

DAM!!!! now you guys have me wanting 2 go get sum work done. DAM!!!! dam the darkside always wins


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Why your man acting like secret service??? I'm going to get you alone and get my secret serviced!!!
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June 12, 2007, 11:06 AM

I have about 8500 miles on my 06 GSXR 750. You think getting the service package would be a good idea?



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June 16, 2007, 02:36 PM

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I have about 8500 miles on my 06 GSXR 750. You think getting the service package would be a good idea?
Yeah, get your injectors and TBs cleaned. Might as well throw on a new air filter and have him tune your PCIII while you're at it!



The R1 only pulled 147.7something on the dyno.


It's a very smooth power curve though and has no 6K dip.


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June 18, 2007, 12:37 PM

Just made an appointment for some new tires myself, thanks for writing the review!
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Thinking about going up there and seeing what he can do for my R1 and my pcIII.
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