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Old 08-20-2007, 10:49 AM
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Anyone know of any facilities that have a propshaft dyno in Michigan or even northern Ohio/Indiana?
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I have one in Texas. I can dyno up to 800 prop shaft HP. There are very few quality prop shaft dynos around. Most are just for putting a load on the drive for trouble shooting and don't have data acquisition capabilities.
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Try Baker Engineering. I didn't see one when I was up there in June but then again I didn't ask if they had one.
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I have one in Texas. I can dyno up to 800 prop shaft HP. There are very few quality prop shaft dynos around. Most are just for putting a load on the drive for trouble shooting and don't have data acquisition capabilities.
I am starting to realize that they are few and far between. Unfortunately you are a LONG way from me!

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Try Baker Engineering. I didn't see one when I was up there in June but then again I didn't ask if they had one.
I just called and they do not have one. Thanks for the reply though!
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I have one in Texas. I can dyno up to 800 prop shaft HP. There are very few quality prop shaft dynos around. Most are just for putting a load on the drive for trouble shooting and don't have data acquisition capabilities.
Who makes your Dyno ?
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Land & Sea. I've got the dual rotor absorber with Dynomax 2000 acquisition software.

http://www.land-and-sea.com/prop-sha...arine-dyno.htm

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