Dynamometers are the stationary proving ground of the automotive world. These packs and rollers provide us, enthusiasts, with the power figures we need to answer the ever-important question, who’s car is hypothetically faster? While that’s always the burning inquiry on every gearhead’s mind, the Dynapack and DynoJet systems provide much more than bragging rights here at Mishimoto. These instruments provide us with an indoor, virtual test track ideal for gauging what our products will add to your build. But how is that data collected, and how will I know that info is accurate? Well, we’re glad you asked.
In our last post, we covered what dynos we use and how they work. This time around, we’re going to dive into how exactly we used them to deliver precise data on the performance of our products. The underlying thread that pulls all of our steps together is consistency. Consistency is key to ensuring the figures we provide are as accurate to real-world conditions as possible. So with