Installing New Chassis Dynamometer

Digging a hole for the dyno. Shoring the hole.

The first thing you have to do if you're installing a Dyno is dig a really big hole. The crew here at HRCS voted to turn it into a Jacuzzi we could use at break time, but the boss vetoed that idea....

Pouring cement. Wet Cement!

He wouldn't let us sign our names in the wet cement either!

The dynamometer arrives. Mustang MD-IMP-SE series chassis dynamometer.

The new Dyno is a Mustang MD-IMP-SE series chassis dynamometer. This particular model is capable of measuring up to 2,250 horsepower and a speed of 225 mph!

Lower the dyno into the hole. The Dyno is installed!

Randy (The Boss) supervises the final installation of the Dyno into its new home.

Where the rubber meets the Dyno. The brains of the dynamometer.

As soon as we finish reading the manual and figure out where the computer plugs in, we'll have the Dyno up and running. So Check back soon!


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