We're excited to announce that we will be running our MCD400L Series Motorcycle Chassis Dyno at Sydney Motorsport Park for the Australian Superbike Championship Round 3 this weekend. It wont just be there on show either. A dyno operator will be on hand to put select spectators motorbikes to the test throughout the weekend. Racers are encouraged to bring their bikes down for a run as well, whether you want full power figures, or just want to double check the air/fuel ratio, the dyno is available to all competitors.
The Mainline Dyno Team will be onsite at the Sydney 500 at Eastern Creek (4th - 6th December 2015) to check the performance levels of the Australian V8 Ute Racing utes.
Apart from scrutineering the performance levels of the V8 Utes competing in the series, the ProHub Chassis Dyno will be available to V8 Ute Teams for general troubleshooting purposes.
Look out for the “Mainline Dyno” branded number plates that will be attached front and back of each ute going around the circuit !
DOC from the popular TV show "Street Outlaws", and Ben Strader from EFI UNiversity, talk about hooking up the "Street Beast" to the ProHub Chassis Dyno, and the advantages of tuning extreme performance vehicles without any wheel slip issues.
The Street Beast has been converted to Electronic Fuel Injection, and fitted with a Haltech ECU and will soon be tuned at EFI University by Ben Strader.
JD Racing discusses how their Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers Motorcycle Chassis Dyno has been a key part of their team's racing achievements.
Daniel Falzon was the the Australian Supersport Champion in 2013 and 2014, and claimed 2nd place in the 2015 ASBK - Australian Superbikes Championship, in his maiden year on their Yamaha Superbike. The JD Racing team exclusively use a Mainline Motorcycle Chassis Dyno to tune all of their race bikes.