Dyno testing is a vital component of building an engine. Even your car in the garage was dialed in at the factory. At DBR, we can literally tune engines on the dyno, take them straight to the track, and be competitive. Over twenty years spent testing has helped us become experts on the relationship between the track and the test cell. In fact, if we test for you, we would request some real world data to ensure that we would not be wasting your time or money. We also have over a decade of experience in fuel injection mapping, with multiple world championships to prove our capabilities. We are well versed in the mapping of the most popular engine management systems. Today’s modern electronics, having unlimited data logging, help us bring real world conditions back to the cell to recreate accurate and repeatable testing. Our test cell is equipped with adjustable barometric pressure, temperature, and humidity so we can (in Arizona) create a climate similar to where we race. Our modern system with a closed loop PID computer-controlled engine brake can recreate anything you can fathom. We can run a full Formula One race without the engine knowing whether it’s in Spain thrashing around buoys or in the dyno room. We can create any drag race or test acceleration matching any propeller acceleration rate or ET. Again, the engine does not know if it is running a 9 second pass in Tennessee or in the cell. If you are water ski racing, your engine will have to be mapped at the same slow pull and long duty cycles it sees on the track. If it can’t stay WFO at 8000 rpm in the cell, it won't be able to on the water either. Anyone who doesn’t see the benefit of dyno testing is either not up to speed with technology or has had a bad experience. In today’s world, you cannot name one successful car company or professional race team that wins and doesn’t dyno test. That brand new Chevy you have in the garage didn’t get mapped on the street. It was mapped on the dyno, then trimmed in the real world.