The CE is the best! It is load bearing and does give the mose complete view of what a motor will do. It is
in how you use it.
It is big, bulky and cumbersome. I needed a tool for my pit box and travel.
I run the same motors all the time. I only use it for stock applications. I always use my own brushes.
I know what a good motor is for torque in my Monsters.
RPM and current draw tell me the story and I get numbers for single cell to six cell equivilant inputs. If my amp draw is properly moving upward with those levels moving upward then I know I'm not sprung too light.
If the RPM is in the ball park then I'm good. I can see spring and brush changes and how the motor runs. I make changes from there.
The Much/More is small and $160. My 6 year old CE Dyno sold for $465.
I can get within 95% with the small unit and get the rest on the track. The track is the real Dyno. It is good to be close though.