WELCOME TO DYNAPACK™

WHERE ELECTRIC ROAD AND RACE CARS ARE DEVELOPED ON DYNAPACK  

 

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Click here to view Bisi at Bisimoto testing an Aptera Electric Vehicle

The Dynapack™ direct couples to the wheel hubs and applies a precisely controlled hydraulic load. This method of direct coupling plus its built-in strength means the Dynapack™ is always in control of the vehicle.

Controlling a powerful car on a roller dyno can sometimes be a daunting task. With Dynapack™ you have TOTAL CONTROL of the vehicle, with no wheel slip due to its direct coupled design. With that there is no inertia to mask the results, giving you greatly improved sensitivity, repeatability and significantly reduced time spent tuning and mapping!

With the power of the Dynapack™ literally at your fingertips, you have complete control over the test and the demands placed on the vehicle. Flexible data presentation and analysis is available direct from the Dynapack™ in seconds.

Dynapack™ chassis dynamometers are such a radical departure from the stereotypical roller dyno that it really is in a class of its own. Most of the previous assumptions made about chassis dynos (the roller type) simply do not apply to the Dynapack™ series.

The NEW RPM Input uses the primary input to the coil pack that is readily accessible to clip onto (Low Voltage) and the NEW TPS Input clips onto the wire of the Throttle Position Switch (0.5V – 4.5V in the general range). Both of these can be displayed on the Dynapack Live Strip graph.

The NEW DUAL LAMBDA and DUAL MAP system gives you the flexibility to retrieve additional data and read both AFR and Lambda at once.

Passive/Linked Drive

Dynapack is pleased to announce that Passive/Linked Drive will be available in early 2018.

The Passive/Linked Drive can be retrofitted to any Dynapack and works with 2WD or 4WD Dynapacks.

Click here to contact us now to find out more!

 

OBDII IS NOW INTEGRATED AS STANDARD WITH ALL NEW DYNAPACK CHASSIS DYNAMOMETERS PURCHASED

OBDII FOR EXISTING DYNAPACK CUSTOMERS – PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DEALERS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE OBDII MODULE

NEW ‘SMART CONTROL’ Software… Reap the benefits of our latest software for less than US$500! 

Features and benefits include:

  • Programmable Log
  • Integrated OBDII
  • Smooth control of the vehicle during runs
  • Smart Control with ‘Lead In’ & ‘Lead Out’ RPM
  • 4WD Torque Proportioning in F2 Mode
  • Improved resolution in ‘F2 Mode’
  • F3 Mapping
  • RPM, TPS & EGT inputs
  • DUAL Lambda
  • DUAL MAP
  • ‘Power Test’ Function in F11
  • Automatic ‘Drive Ratio Set-up’ using engine RPM input
  • 4 x User Configurable 20V inputs
  • Data Acquisition and Data Logging with new user defined scaling

Click here to contact us now to find out how the ‘SMART CONTROL’ software will benefit you!

CLICK HERE to see the Programmable log function used to simulate a half lap of Silverstone in the UK using a 996 Porsche.

CLICK HERE to download the Dynapack Brochure

 

Being involved in a highly competitive series such as the V8 Supercar Championship, Ford Performance Racing strives on being at the front of the field. To be able to achieve this we need to ensure that when our engines hit the track, our drivers and race engineers are working with an optimal performance package. That is why we choose to use a Dynapack dynamometer in the development of our engines and chassis off the track. We rely heavily on consistent and accurate data in which the Dynapack delivers, and would highly recommend a Dynapack Chassis Dynamometer as a great addition to any workshop where outstanding and accurate results are required.


Justin Way
Engine Technician – Ford Performance Racing

.. so sensitive it shows the difference in power caused by half a turn of the mixture, or a change in the spark plug gaps. A rolling road dyno can have an error of 15-30 percent. The dyno means mechanics no longer have to risk their lives or license when a customer complains of an engine stutter at high speed. “(No road test is required)


Steve Dundon
Wellington Motorcycles