Author Topic: Track enthusiasts  (Read 857 times)


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Track enthusiasts
« on: November 26, 2021, 04:12:00 PM »
I wander if anyone else would be interested in having ability to connect to timing apps for real time values. Ex racechrono.

Also to have a rough dyno chart using weight of rider input. Obviously not as accurate as real dyno but I am sure it will be close for comparison purposes.
Anyone else interested?


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Re: Track enthusiasts
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2021, 08:42:12 PM »
Mustang Dyno already has the ability to input weight as a factor in the dyno numbers. That is one reason alot of people dont like and use Mustang dyno's. DynoJet does not take into account for anything about the bike. You are just spinning the weight wheel with the rear tire and hoping for the best in traction so all the input is read correctly. DynoJet claims 2HP difference from Dyno to Dyno in their product line and that is BS. I have seen as much as 10HP off on the same bike in the same area of 3 dynos and they are not within 2HP of each other.