"The MotoSPEC Chassis Program has the great benefit of enabling us to predict the impact of potential set up changes on the laptop. This saves time at the track by quickly demonstrating the effect of set up changes and indicating whether any additional compensating adjustments may be required. In the workshop, we use MotoSPEC to establish accurate base settings, checking the tolerances of mass-produced frames to ensure we are always starting from the same point. MotoSPEC offers excellent value for money, saving us time and giving us the confidence that we can accurately adjust and replicate critical chassis characteristics."
Nigel Snook, FS-3 Racing
"MotoSPEC was an essential tool in winning the British Superbike title. It enables us to visualize all effects of any potential changes and saves many test runs of incorrect setups. Invaluable in building a rider's confidence in his bike and team."
Ian Prestwood, British Superbike crew chief
"MotoSPEC chassis software has been a very valuable tool in developing our racing motorcycles. We have used it exclusively with excellent results. It is very easy to use, intuitive, informative, and extremely helpful for chassis set-up and also for recording and preserving the weekend’s activities."
Pete Mauhar, Michael Jordan Motorsports
"MotoSPEC chassis software has been used by K-Tech Suspension for several years and is being used in world championships, BSB and AMA Championship by our team. It has proved to be invaluable to our technicians and design team.
MotoSPEC is not just another tool in your tool box but is THE tool to give you the most accurate and best setup options for your motorcycle. We would not be without it."
Ken Summerton, Technical Director, K- Tech Suspension
"MotoSPEC has proved to be an essential tool, not just during the race weekend but also testing and design. For the Moto3, Moto2 and the Forward Yamaha motorcycles, MotoSPEC has become as valuable as the stop watch and tyre warmers for me and all the teams that we have supplied. MotoSPEC is the only one that gives me accurate information that I can use to understand the motorycle's performance and set-up options."
Mark Taylor, MotoGP engineer