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Super Flow Dyno

Does anyone know where I can find a tuner/dyno tester in Kent/South East of England who has the Super Flow 880E AWD dyno? I have tried searching with much luck.

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Or even a Hub Dyno? Only place i have found is Torque Development International near Dartford.
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Or even a Hub Dyno? Only place i have found is Torque Development International near Dartford.
We use a hub dyno and I think we have worked out how to turn the traction control off

We have Witech 11 so can put the car in dyno mode

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We use a hub dyno and I think we have worked out how to turn the traction control off

We have Witech 11 so can put the car in dyno mode

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That's great news Ned. I have been making some calls and learnt that even with a hub dyno the traction control needs to be off if not I will encounter the same issue with surrogate map that happened when I put mine on the Mustang 2000 dyno. Apparently, it works if the dyno has large diameter rollers 42" and above. Superflow 880E has 42" rollers which explains why Biesse Racing were able to Dyno test the diesel Giulias. I will send you a PM shortly.
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