Dyno 224x Dynamometer

The big drum dyno is what some consider the ‘industry standard’ for dyno numbers. Debates rage on about what dyno produces the most ‘accurate’ numbers, but we look at the dyno as a tool for tuning more than an indicator of a car's potential. That being said, the dynojet will typically produce slightly higher horsepower numbers than any of your small roller dynos. When comparing horsepower numbers, even the same brand dyno can produce significantly different numbers. If you are using any dyno for comparison, it is important to do a before/after run to make sure you are comparing apples to apples.

Our dynojet is equipped with a wide band O2 monitoring station for custom tuning. For more information on the DynoJet 224x click here. Measures up to 1100 hp and 200mph

This Dynamometer features 24" knurled, precision balanced drums. The large drum diameters provide a virtually flat, stable surface for tire contact, eliminating unnecessary slippage and tire deformationresulting in precise, repeatable results every time!

Dyno Dynamics Dynamometer

The ‘small roller’ dyno uses an eddy current load controller to provide resistive forces to the wheels when being dyno tuned. This has the added advantage of being able to tune a car in a steady state and under a constant load. It also allow you to tune individual air/fuel ratio cells for the ultimate in accuracy.

The load controller is an indispensable means of diagnosing and troubleshooting drivability problems at specific RPMs, in specific gears, or at certain loads. It truly is one of the best tools we have in the shop. More than just a tuning tool, the eddy current allows us to diagnose squeaks, rubs, thumps, and wobbles, and vibrations in a safe, controlled, and reproducible environment.

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