Dyno Chart Examples
Here you will be able to view examples of what information provided by the clutch dyno can be used for.  In the past you would make a change of "x" amount of grams, knowing that it would either apply more pressure more quickly or it would apply less pressure overall when making a counterweight change.  Then you knew that a certain amount of "turns" on the clutch would theoretically make a certain change to base pressure.  Now we are able to map out exactly what each change of the clutch settings will do throughout the entire range of your rpm during a run.  This information is not like other "Software" on the market that simply does a mathmatical simulation of what a proposed change should do, but rather actual numbers provided, quantified, and affirmed with the use of our in-house Clutch Dyno.

Through years of experience and working with hundreds of combinations around the world, we have worked to engineer each clutch assembly to what the user needs specifically to their application. 

Applied Pressure Chart
The Applied Pressure Chart Example below shows what we can do when utilizing the clutch dyno.  By using the dyno to spin the clutch assembly to a per-determined rpm we can graph and record the pressure over various rpm ranges and then scale them out to provide a per gram change equation allowing for the tuner to know exactly how much of a pressure change will take place with a given gram change in counter weight.  It also allows the tuner to know the percentage of  pressure that is being applied by counter weight versus base at launch and at the point of lock up. 

We offer custom lever and clutch development services to fine tune an assembly to the specifications of a particular customer's needs that is tailor fit to their gear options, car weight, tire size, engine rpm range, and more!

Use the link below to see an example of an Applied Pressure Chart.  On the left columns you can see rpm and lbs per gram, and as you move to the right you are able to see what change is made per every 3 gram additional total counterweight.  If you want to know exactly down to the gram you can multiply the lbs per gram number by the total number of grams at that rpm and get your pressure!
Base Pressure Chart
We are able to utilize our pressure sensors and load plates to map out exactly how many lbs of pressure are applied at every 1/4 turn of base applied, rather than a quantified number based off of measurements and just a spring tester.  This allow for the user with both the Base Pressure Chart and Applied Pressure Chart to map out exactly what the clutch is doing throughout and entire run!  No more guessing on what you have for pressure!