Harley Davidson Dyno Jet Tuning & Engine Shop NY Albany Syracuse

Colabello Custom Build

On top of producing stump-pulling horsepower on the DynoJet 250, the guys at Hulten Speedsports are rolling out some stunning custom builds like this beauty owned by Adrian Colabello. The 2012 Custom Harley features a 98 cubic inch v-twin that pumped out nearly 112 horsepower at the rear wheel!

Colabello Dyno SheetWith the awesome paint laid down by Killer Kreations of Philadelphia, PA and an adjustable air ride suspension, Adrian's custom bagger is turning heads. Keep following Hulten's Custom Builds on our Facebook page as we provide more details on Adrian's custom, as well as other builds coming out of the shop.

Don't forget to mark your calendar to leave August 9th open as we will be celebrating our 2nd Annual Dyno Days!


Harley Davidson Engine Machine Shop Coming: Summer 2014!

April 2014 - We are excited to be announcing that Hulten Speed Sports will be adding engine machine shop services this summer! The new machine shop will allow Ray to provide cylinder decking and case boring machining in addition to the rest of our performance package services.

Currently Available Services Now Provided at HSS:

  • Cylinder head porting & polishing
  • Oversized Valves
  • Flow Bench Testing
  • Cylinder Boring & Honing
  • Timken Bearing conversions
  • True & Weld Crankshafts
  • Cylinder Head Decking

This new machining capability coupled with our DynoJet tuning dyno will enable Hulten Speed Sports to deliver "proven" power packages, not just inflated claims. Make sure you contact us to discuss your performance needs for your ride this summer!


Why Dyno Tune?

11roadglide ondynoPeople ask why should I have my bike dynoed ? The correct response is, "to make sure it is running to its peak performance." We then hear, "well it runs fine to me," or "it's all stock so it should be fine." The truth is that many motorcycles today are coming from the factory in a very lean state of tune.

Motorcycle manufacturers have very stringent EPA guidelines to abide to for emission purposes. To comply with EPA Standards, manufacturers are sending these motorcycles out of the factory with a very lean air/fuel ratio which will cause the bike to run hotter than normal and may create premature wear and tear on many internal engine components. This is especially true with air cooled v-twin motors.

The only way to know if the air/fuel ratio is correct for your bike is to put it on a dyno and run it under a controlled load while monitoring the air/fuel ratio. People also add performance exhaust systems, big volume air cleaners, and other performance enhancers. They then install a fuel programmer with some generic fuel curve mapping that was created on a dyno in another state where the elevation, humidity, air density, fuel quality are all completely different from where you ride your bike.

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