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Old 9th December 2013, 17:07   #1
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Default RaceDynamics launches DynaRD - Dynamometer for Motorcycles

dynaRD is the latest range of chassis dynamometers for motorcycles developed to monitor, test and analyze engine performance accurately in real time. With support upto 300hp, dynard eliminates the need for road trials and allows the user to identify issues within minutes in a safe, reliable and repeatable environment.

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  • Horsepower measurement up to ~300hp
  • SAE corrected results
  • Simplified operation and data analysis
  • Integrated weather station and data acquisition module
  • Dual rollers for ease of use
  • Adjustable wheelbase for multiple vehicles
  • Max speed of 150kmph to 280 kmph
  • Weight ~470kgs
  • Made in India

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Thread moved from the Assembly Line (The "Assembly Line" Forum section) to Motorbikes. Thanks for sharing!
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Suppose they are giving free runs for bikers to realize their vehicles potential from 11th to 14th of this month. Was wondering if the power is measured at the crank or at the rear wheel?
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Was wondering if the power is measured at the crank or at the rear wheel?
The power is measured at the rear wheel.

Chances are, the results sheet they give you will mention the power at the wheel, as well as an estimation of the power at the crank for your model of bike.

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Correct me if I am wrong, but this is a chassis dyno, therefore, it will measure the power at the wheel. This is the most popular type of dyno in the aftermarket due to its ease to setup dyno runs due to the roll on and roll off nature of the dyno setup.

To measure power accurately at the crank, one requires a engine dyno. These type of dyno have a docking station where the engine is mounted on test stand and run. Since these are intricate setups that require time and the engine to be removed from the vehicle for the runs.
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Did anyone from T-BHP take their motorcycles and get the dyno test done at Race Dynamics ? I was always curious to know the truth ever since I fixed a K&N filter to my P220F whether it took the Bhp above the stock 21, since some people say it does increase the Bhp whereas others say it just produces more noise. Was planning to check this out one way or another before the replacing the filter with the stock one.
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Correct me if I am wrong, but this is a chassis dyno, therefore, it will measure the power at the wheel. This is the most popular type of dyno in the aftermarket due to its ease to setup dyno runs due to the roll on and roll off nature of the dyno setup.
Correct.

Dynos are best used as relative measuring tools (rather than absolute). So rather than say, measuring at the crank and seeing if your manufacturer claims match your bike, you should be measuring before and after a particular change or modification is made - and comparing the difference.

Read more about dynos here (All about Dynamometers + DYNO visit with GTO's Vtec!).

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More details would be nice. Like price and installed base. Single roller or two rollers? Almost certainly an inertial type. So how has that been made/ fabricated/ machined? Calibration actual, or theoretical? Burstproof housing for the flywheel?

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Dynos are best used as relative measuring tools (rather than absolute).
At the manufacturer level, you do need absolute values!

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