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Second Hand Dyno Acquisition

looking at purchasing a second hand Dynojet.

facts

  • cheap
  • no computer or software
  • no retardation device
  • no o2 setup
  • possibly no module and cables
  • 12 hours drive away
  • can add o2 and eddy current retarder easily (but not cheaply) at a later date
  • software for Dynojet seems to be available for a nominal fee once you give the company the serial numbers

considering the effort and expense required to build an inertia dyno and put in suitable sensors this may be a good option.

BOUGHT IT

Finally the Dyno is in place after 18 hours at the wheel, solo, jacked up on red bull, flu tablets, pain killers (back ache) and apples.

dyno remote button.jpg

dyno mystery box.jpg

dyno circuit board.jpg

dyno plug.jpg

dyno whole.jpg

I have sent the serial numbers to the Dynojet people in America and we shall see what exactly we have here.

Meanwhile I must work out the inertia of the roller to allow internetscooter to adapt his software to suit.

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