Dyno Services in Pyle, Bridgend - GotBoost Racing
What is a dyno/rolling road?
A dyno/rolling road is a chassis dynamometer which is a device used for vehicle engine testing and uses a roller assembly to simulate road loads in a controlled environment. A power run or dyno test measures the power and torque at the wheels of a vehicle. GotBoost Racing’s rolling road is a Mainline 2-wheel-drive, twin 217mm roller chassis dynamometer (dyno). It can be used in two ways:
It measures a maximum of 600bhp at the wheels, up to a speed of 250kph. Depending on the transmission type and tyres it can measure up to 500 flywheel bhp easily. Beyond that, there will be traction issues. It has a digital read-out which displays real-time data measured at the wheels.
The software logs the power output at 1mph intervals and can calculate the power losses through the transmission and tyres using math channels. The results can be plotted and extracted for further analysis, in a variety of formats. Comparison graphs can be produced between several runs and these can help the operator make the correct adjustments.
It is housed in an air-flowed cell with a 1.5m 25000CFM axial extraction fan and 20hp of high-pressure vehicle cooling, allowing us to test even high horsepower vehicles without heat problems.
GotBoost Racing offers a full range of dyno services, including:
GotBoost Racing is a member of the IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry), and the only Revo supplier in South Wales. Our workshop on Village Farm Industrial Estate, in Pyle, Bridgend, is kitted out to the highest standards with state-of-the-art equipment and specialist tools.
To find out more about Dyno Services in Pyle, Bridgend, contact us online or call us directly on 01656 670741