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post #1 of 9 Old 05-23-2007, 01:08 AM Thread Starter
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What dyno and software is your preference?

Been shopping, getting kinda confused on what I want. All the rides, karts etc and I like baselines before I machine before and after. Anyone have a preference? Thanks

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If I had a choice.........Bosch Motronic and an engine dyno.
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If I had a choice.........Bosch Motronic and an engine dyno.
that is engine management only? From what I see.

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Exactly , but I cant afford it so the next best thing would be KHI ECU and software.
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I already have the khi ecu, adapter and software. Looking for a dyno to buy. I am asking our peeps here on what dyno they would recommend.

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AHA !! If you go the Dynojet way , then you would have comparable numbers to most of the dyno population in the US.

Its not the best, but then whose to say what is, if it shows improvements then its doing its job and it is also the most common Dynamometer in the continent.

If you will be using it for other peoples bikes too, then it is the way to go as they consistantly give higher numbers than an Eddy and thats what the public want to see, the software is a breeze too.
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dynojet seems to be the most popular.
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Was looking at the eddy, but have not made up my mind. Thanks for the replies.

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