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
Mustang Dynamometer Upgrades AEM’s Power Absorption Unit
AEM Performance Electronics, a developer and supplier of electronic control and monitoring systems for performance automotive applications has shifted to the research and development of the performance EV market segment. When dyno testing EVs, electric vehicle drivetrains output big torque at low rpm creating a need for more steady state loading capability. The company contacted Mustang
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.
Mustang Dynamometer Announces New Demonstration Facility in New Mexico
Mustang Dynamometer, an American manufacturer of high performance dynamometers and related products, has announced a new demonstration facility in their Mexico City office. October 1st, Operations VP Eser Manav visited Mustang de México Dinamómetros, the local representation office and demonstration facility of Mustang Dynamometer located in Mexico City. This office was established in 2017 to
A competent dyno tuner should be able to improve the engine’s characteristics, making it more powerful or efficient, depending on the customer’s needs.
Power Test and Taylor Dynamometer Announce Merger
Power Test incorporated and Taylor Dynamometer, two long-time global competitors in the heavy-duty dynamometer and test stand business, completed the merger of the two businesses on June 30, 2020. Taylor dynamometer, founded in 1929, developed the global use of dynamometers for quality assurance in the heavy-duty diesel engine rebuilding market. Taylor has always been a
Understanding What Dynos Can Do For Your Business
An engine dyno can be a valuable tool in many corners of a modern engine facility. As an investigative tool, it can help you find new solutions to old challenges. As a testing tool, it can help prove your hypotheses. As a creativity tool it can help push you in new directions. And as a sales tool it can help differentiate you in the eyes of customers.
The Key to a Productive Test Cell – What you need to know about engine test cell support systems to ensure reliability
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. And for OEM dealer and distributor networks where vehicle
Quest for Perfection – We Chronicle One Man’s Mission To Build the Ultimate Dyno Cell
As a young land and marine drag racer in the 1970s, Don London always looked for the best way he could to build extreme race engines for himself and his friends. As a 30-year veteran of the contracting business, he’s still doing everything he can to ensure that the engines he builds are the best
Brighton, MI High School Engine Building Program Includes Dyno Instruction
Stop me if you’ve heard this story before: a couple of guys get ahold of a tired late model Chevy 350 V8 and decide to rebuild it into something with a bit more teeth. With the help of a more experienced engine builder they spend about a year working on the block and heads and
Understanding Cylinder Blow-by
While this industry continually runs on tighter and tighter engine clearances, in today’s world of engine building, no one has yet to figure out how to run engine parts on zero clearance. There has to be some amount of space available or an engine simply won’t run. Thus, when it comes to pistons and piston
Dyno Decisions – Your Test Requirements Should Dictate Your Correct Dyno
Most engine builders either have an engine dyno or rent the use of an engine dyno at someone else’s facility. The purpose of running an engine on the dyno is primarily a way of “protecting the investment.” This not only insures the workmanship of the engine builder but also the interest of the customer.