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Old 10-29-2014, 04:19 PM   #1
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Are there any motor dynos available that are actually in production right now? Something like the non-chassis version of the McPappy unit that can be setup to reasonably simulate inertia and drag load on a motor.
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No, I have one of those, I need to simulate racing loads to develop some power/torque/efficiency curves for different conditions.
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The Mcpappy dyno was originally a motor dyno. Call James he may sell you the motor only setup. I have one and run it with the flywheel and slave motor. It is awesome once you have dialed a motor in to be able to duplicate it.
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