How it Works:
D and D Dyno / Team Dyno relies on mechanical and computer equipment to collect data, process it and display it in an easily understandable format such as graph. The following should be helpful in better understanding how our DYNOJET dyno works and what a test run consists of. Our mobile DYNOJET dyno uses one 24" drum which contact the drive wheels of your car or truck. It is checkered to increase traction, thus decreasing tire slippage and increasing consistency. The drum is calibrated for accuracy. sensors in the drum measure the amount of energy exerted by the drive wheels of your car or truck.
Normally, it takes less than 25 minutes to perform a single dyno test.
It takes approximately 25 minutes to position the car on the dyno, secure it in place, and attach the sensors and double check that everything is safe and ready to test.
Once the vehicle is secured in position, it takes approximately 5 minutes to perform a test sequence.
D and D Dyno / Team Dyno Chassis Dyno will provide accurate and consistent information about your vehicles performance. Once a test is complete, you will have the information necessary to diagnose your vehicles current performance. You can even perform modifications and retest the car to see the results in only a matter of minutes. D and D Dyno / Team Dyno Mobile Chassis Dyno will take much of the guesswork out of analyzing and improving your vehicles performance.
RPM Data is recorded using a sensor connected to a coil or spark plug wire.