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4 steps dyno measurement for repeatability and accuracy

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INDEX

  1. Check the Vehicle
  2. Load and positioning the Vehicle
  3. Executing the Measurement
  4. Unloading

CONTENTS

1.   Check the Vehicle

  • Check previous log, if not exist vehicle identification data create into datebase by scanner
    1. VIN
    2. Model, Year, Manufacture, Engine, Trasnmission
    3. ECU Model
  • Scanning the digonosis through OBD port and printing the result
  • Check FR/RR
  • Check the condition of tire and trade wear – minimum 2mm
  • Check Tire Pressures – Using Fixed rate( 40psi ) or keep the data for next time 40psi
  • Engine oil level, coolants, oil leakage, Fuel remainning

2. Load and positioning the Vehicle

  1. Get the Key and load the vehicle on the dyno
  2. Basic STRAP
  3. Give some throttle to settle the car
  4. Place Tire BLOCK
  5. STRAP tight again
  6. Install exhaust extraction
  7. (Opt) Install RPM pick-up
  8. (Opt) Connect logging tool with OBD port, if it is needed
  9. (Opt) Install AFR Sensor, if it is needed
  10. Final check around the car
  11. Guide guests and audiance to avoid any risks

3.   Executing Measurement

  1. Turn on the cooling fan
  2. Turn on the engine
  3. Creating customer data on Dyno software
  4. If automatic
    • Find how kick down work
    • Max RPM to Hold same gear while full throttle
  5. Find which gear need to be used and maximun RPM
  6. Configure/Check Dashboard RPM Gauge is matched RPM gauge in the dyno s/w
  7. Check water temperaure ( 95 ~ )
  8. Full throttle/Measure the power, torque and etc until it relatively same result is shown repeatedly.
  9. Cooling down and turn off the fan
  10. Printing the result – A4 format

4.   Unloading

  1. All Laptop, Cable, Scanner and etc move away from the car
  2. Loosen the strap
  3. Vehicle Wheel is get out of dyno Roller *
  4. Remove the strap
  5. Erase error code by scanner if it is needed
  6. Hand over the key to customer with printed result – Digonosis result X 1, Dyno graph X 1

-The End-

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