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How to Tune and Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems (Motorbooks Workshop)

Tracy Martin


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Praise For How to Tune and Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems (Motorbooks Workshop)

"From electronic ignition to electronic fuel injection or from slipper clutches to traction control, today's motorcyles are made up of much more than the engine, frame, and two wheels. Thankfully, we have the tools to tackle this technology thanks to a new book How to Tune & Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems. It covers factory and aftermarket fuel injection systems, open and closed loop EFI, tuning, and more." - IronWorks

"It's perfect for the home mechanic or tuner, and you don't need a degree in electronics to benefit from it." - Motorcyclist
"Longtime RoadBike readers will recognize Tracy Martin as one of our go-to tech experts. His latest book will teach you everything about EFI." -RoadBike
"From all you riders out there who picture themselves as DYIers or are a wannabee DYIer, here's a book that gives you the lowdown on how to tune the electronic ignition and electronic fuel injection systems on today's motorcycles." - IronWorks

Motorbooks, 9780760340738, 192pp.

Publication Date: April 29, 2012

About the Author

Tracy Martin ( is the author of five Motorbooks Workshop series books, including, How To Use Automotive Diagnostic ScannersHow To Diagnose and Repair Automotive Electrical SystemsMotorcycle Electrical Systems Troubleshooting and RepairHow to Tune and Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems, and How to Troubleshoot, Repair and Modify Motorcycle Electrical Systems. He also co-authored the Motorcycling Safety Foundation's Guide to Motorcycling Excellence.

Tracy is a regular contributor to several national magazines, including, Motorcycle Consumer News, RoadBike, American Iron Dealer News, and others. Tracy's automotive carrier begin as a high-school auto shop teacher and he has been a consultant for Sun Electric, Nissan of North American, Snap-On Tools, and other automotive aftermarket companies. When he's not writing he teaches advanced motorcycle skills and plays the banjo.