maintance of older dyno's

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maintance of older dyno's

Post by rebelrouser » Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:29 pm

I am thinking about purchasing an older engine dyno. I am 63 and going to retire and just piddle in my shop, I just like building engines. Most people now expect an engine to be dynoed before being picked up, so I feel I need something to test with. I have asked around about technical support and software etc. so I know a little of what I am getting into. For those of you that have older dyno's what are the best strategies for keeping them going without breaking the bank? Places to get technical support from, replacement parts etc. I am looking at a superflow 901 and a land and sea. Most of the engines I build now are 700HP or less and I do about 10 engines a year, so I am not going to beat it to death. Just looking for advice.

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Re: maintance of older dyno's

Post by jed » Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:39 am

I would ask your question on one of the other boards like Engine Tech or General Discussion You might get more responses.
How're ever I would go with Super Flow lots more of them out there and probably more parts avaible.

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