Tuning involves the optimising of an engine's
ignition timing and fuel mixtures to obtain the best
possible fuel consumption
It is done by driving the vehicle
on two rollers which have a variable electromagnetic
brake attached to them. This enables the dyno technician
to simulate varying load conditions as if the vehicle is
actually being driven on the road, and to record the
power output of the engine. Note that this can only be
accomplished by using a LOADING type dynamometer.
We are able to monitor several
temperature values or pressures depending on the
specific test conducted and we are mostly able to
pinpoint a problem immediately.