We have an engine dyno for setting up your race engine.
The prospect of being able to independently verify power output is very attractive. How much horsepower does the new engine from brand X make? What kind of power gain will I really see from this set of pipes? What RPM does this combination make the most power at? The possibilities are endless.
As you probably already know, Horsepower = RPM x Torque / 5,252. The DYNOmite (like most dynamometers) provides both a way to load an engine (via its compact water absorption brake) while monitoring RPMs (with its digital tachometer) and Torque (with its electronic strain gauge). The DYNOmite computer collects the data at up to 200 readings per second, then filters and displays the data in usable horsepower vs. RPM format.