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The motorcycle dyno is very popular amongst motorcycle shops and even performance enthusiasts, due to its ease of use and affordability. Since it is relatively light and easy to transport, it is often seen at rally’s and racing events.
An integrated lambda sensor is available as an option, to analyze fuel mixture. This is especially handy when the jet sizes and needle positions have to be sorted out
A loading facility (eddy current brake) can be added to the standard inertia dynamometer which enables the user to accurately control either the speed or the load on the motorcycle This is especially handy when a problem is encountered at a specific rpm or throttle position. Where applicable, the loading facility can also be used to do engine mapping or even endurance testing. Up to 64 sensors (temperature, pressure, etc) can be added to this system, which may help the serious tuner in assessing problems.
The knurled roller ensures good traction and limits unnecessary heat buildup in the tyre.
The loading facility (Eddy brake system) is located inside the box, utilizing unused area and maximizing workshop space
The upgrade to mobile facility is a unique facility that enables the user to transport the dynamometer with ease. When the dyna is used in the workshop environment the mobile facility can be used as a single bike trailer, which once again maximize the use of the unit.
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