Brooklin Cycle Racing in Pickering, Ontario will host a pair Dynojet Dyno days at their Brock Road South shop prior to the start of the Mopar CSBK Season. This event will offer registered competitors in the RACE and SOAR Regional Series, as well as riders planning to compete in the Mopar CSBK National Championship tour, the opportunity to test their machines on the official series Dynojet Dyno rear-wheel Dynamometer.
The event will take place from 10 AM to 5 PM on Saturday, May 5, with Sunday May 6 as an additional overflow day, or in case of weather issues.
This unique program will allow customers to bring their race-prepared machines and test them using the same equipment that is on site at every round of the Mopar CSBK Canadian National Superbike Championship Series. The National Series Rulebook provides specific horsepower limits for each of five classes, as tested after each race on the Brooklin Cycle Racing Dynojet Dyno.
The new, much-anticipated National Amateur Lightweight Sport Bike class will have a non-points debut at the RACE Regional SuperSeries at Shannonville Motorsport Park May 11-13, where the Brooklin Cycle Racing Dyno and Official Scales will be used during Practice, Qualifying and race action, Friday through Sunday. The first Mopar CSBK National of 2018 will also take place at Shannonville’s 11-turn Pro “perimeter” circuit, May 25-27.
The pre-season Event at Brooklin Cycle Racing allows racers to check the status/performance of their machine, and the two specifications of approved CSBK racing fuel will also be available at B.C.R. for these Tests and checks.
There will be no charge to have race bikes checked on the Dyno, but competitors requiring tuning will need to book a separate, paid appointment with Brooklin Cycle Racing.
Competitors are reminded that only Dynojet Power Commander engine management devices can be hooked directly to the B.C.R. Dyno for tuning purposes. Competitors are also reminded that Dyno tuning is not usually available at the track due to rules enforcement requirements, and certainly the new LTWT class will tie-up the Dyno frequently.