After being warmed up to operating temperature, the machines are run on the rolling road until a maximum initial mean horsepower figure is given.
A number of runs are performed to assess the machines existing engine power output and the most logical and cost effective way to improve it, if required. Sometimes, the customer has enough horsepower and just wants it to be more usable or rideable. This is where the power/torque graph from a Dyno run is most useful, as any dips or power surges can be seen on the computer monitor and a decision made on the necessary engine or carburation adjustments that are required.
Posted by Corse Motorcycles on Sunday, 1 May 2016