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Mustang Dynamometer Introduces New Power Motorsport Chassis Dynamometer

Mustang Dynamometer has recently announced the addition of the MD-SXS/UTV chassis dynamometer to its product offering. This new dyno is the ultimate chassis dynamometer for the power motorsport market for servicing side-by-sides, UTV, motorcycles, quad-runners and so much more. This new versatile tuning equipment tool is vital for the growing market of power motorsport products

Dynamometer Options for Your Car and Engine

There are a ton of different reasons engine builders would want a hub, chassis or engine dyno, so we looked into why you might opt for a particular dyno over another, or why you may want multiple dynos.

Power Test Acquires Dynomite Dynamometer

Power Test Inc, an industry leading dynamometer and test system manufacturer located in Sussex, WI, has just acquired the assets of DynoMite Dynamometer, a 44 year old business located in Manchester, NH. This acquisition comes right on the tail of Power Test acquiring, moving and integrating another long time competitor, SuperFlow Technologies, formerly of Des

Dyne Systems Introduces a Portable Chassis Dynamometer

Dyne Systems, a division of Taylor Dynamometer, has announced the launch of its new, portable, AC Chassis Dynamometer, the TD-24-AC-T. This fully-contained, mobile system is specifically designed for testing over-the-highway trucks.

Power Test Acquires Superflow

Power Test Inc., a dynamometer and custom test stand manufacturer, has acquired SuperFlow Technologies/Hicklin Engineering. Power Test CEO Alan Petelinsek will be working closely with former owner and now general manager Scott Giles and division manager Dave Arsenault to integrate best practices between the companies.

The Key to a Productive Test Cell

When it comes to a productive engine test cell, the key might surprise you. While the dynamometer satisfies the core requirements, support systems are especially critical to delivering performance – on top of the fact that these systems can significantly reduce risks associated with health-safety issues.