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Old July 18th, 2018, 12:53 PM   #21
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Testers doctor the sea levels on the dyno to give higher reading,ecspecially on motorbikes as 10 hp seems like lot more when talking the low 100,s
That can be done easily with electronics, not easy with mechanical dynos. The setup is very specific and a calbrated scale can't lie. The brake torque arm and loading point has to be built into it correctly. Padding your own numbers won't make you go faster.
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