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AutoDyn 11 Cradle-Roll Automotive Chassis Dyno
SuperFlow’s AutoDyn 11 is a compact cradle-roll chassis dynamometer with an eddy current power absorption unit. The cradle-roll design makes it easy to load and unload vehicles.
Our AutoDyn 11 sits above ground with a ramp kit. Making it easy to access the bottom of any vehicle to tie down or to service or make changes for testing.
The AutoDyn 11 allows you to test vehicles with over 1,100 horsepower at speeds up to 150 mph. Its standard power absorption unit holds up to 650 hp at the tire patch.
The AutoDyn 11’s rolls are only 23” (58 cm) apart so you can test narrow-track drag race vehicles. Its 7,700 lbs (3500 kg) per axle test capacity and generous 97” outer roll width allow you to test large vehicles.
SuperFlow Test Engineers measure every AutoDyn 11’s inertia and parasitic losses and calibrate it so you get the most accurate and reproducible test results.
- Test capacity over 1,100 hp and up to 150 mph1 . 650 hp peak absorption.
- 10.7” diameter cradle rollset with pneumatic vehicle lift and integrated roll brake makes it fast and easy to load and unload vehicles.
- Standard eddy current power absorption unit, load cell and software allow us to run built-in and configurable loaded tests.
- WinDyn dynamometer software makes it easy for us to configure, run, save and analyze dynamometer tests.
- Built-in weather station (air temperature, barometric pressure, humidity).
- Inductive ignition sensor clip (user adjustable gain).
- Handheld remote provides complete control of the test.
- 76 data acquisition input channels.
- Perform acceleration, step and steady-state tests at all throttle settings. Many tests can be run through multiple gears.
- View real-time torque output, at steady and changing speeds, to instantly evaluate changes you’ve made to the engine’s fuel or timing maps.
- Diagnose engine and drivetrain problems. Troubleshoot driveability issues.
- Quantify drivetrain frictional losses.
- Locate and troubleshoot engine and driveline problems.
- Simulate aerodynamic loads.
- Evaluate exhaust systems, lubricants, performance coatings, pinion angle alignment, axle bearings, rear ends, and U-joints.
- Quantify tire, clutch, or torque converter slip.
- Simulate hills of varying grades, constant or variable speeds, and around-town stoplight-to-stoplight driving.