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davemfox2
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Dyno

Post by davemfox2 » Thu Jan 22, 2015 2:37 am

Has anyone made one of these??

http://dtec.net.au/Inertia%20&%20Brake% ... hassis.htm

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sickle44
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Re: Dyno

Post by sickle44 » Tue Jan 27, 2015 7:17 pm

Sure would be cool, and me thinks it wouldn't be very difficult to actually build the non-computer(y) parts.

I'm sure you could end up getting your money back as well by fair charges to the curious public.
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Re: Dyno

Post by spook » Thu Jan 29, 2015 7:40 pm

I thought I had replied to this post already :crazy:

Is this the guy who did as a masters or doctorate study on the project he called the Dyno 46. I bought one of his kits, similar to this? Why not?

The block of steel you need to build something up to 200 rwh only costs about 2500 au, machining ? depends who you can find who can machine it, but about a quarter of the block price.

Inertia dyno is a heavy bit of round knurled steel that gets turned by the rear wheel of a vehicle. the resultant measurement is speed of the weight vs time it takes to turn it to max rpm, adjusted to sae?

I sort of abandoned the project once I realized I probably would need a brake type dyno for hp over 200 rw. Still interested though. ;)

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Re: Dyno

Post by sickle44 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:32 pm

Still reckon you'd get your money back eventually, even if you charged $20-50 a crack instead of the regular hundreds for a dyno charge.
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Yes Yes I know, I said, I'm building a project YZF1070, K. Well you mix two kids a WCB appeal, bringing a BMW 850i up to snuff & then some, mix in a little depression and .......

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I will be starting some day??.

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