Superflow Motorcycle Dyno on 2040-parts.com
Frankfort, Indiana, United States
Superflow Dyno, We used this to dyno our race bikes for the last 10 years. we have a Dyna-jet 250 that we always used for street bikes. We purchased this used from Vance and Hines Indy location. It has more channels for data than we ever used and has the twin turbine fans that match air speed to drum speed so you can simulate and record air intake pressure. Has front wheel extension for drag dike with motorized travel and air wheel clamp. We quit racing a couple years ago and don't need it setting around because we still have the Dynajet 250. We have fork lift and can help load.
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