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Default Motorcycle Dyno for sale!!!!!

Dayton Dyno model 325HPXL for sale : $6500.00 obo

These specs have been taken from the manufacture's website:
Price: $8,995.00
Dyno Specs:
Shipping weight: 1600lbs
Length: 118 inches aprox.
Deck height : 16 inches
Width: 38 inches
Roller weight : 950lbs aprox.
Roller dimensions: 16" dia. x 16" wide
Max HP rating: 325
Max rear wheel speed : 175mph
Max roller speed: 4,000 rpm's
Wheelbase: aprox 96 inches**
Max motorcycle test weight - 1200lbs
Software Specs:
Real time display of HP, Torque, RPM's and MPH. 55 samples per second when testing. Software correction for Temp, Humidity and Barometric Pressure.
Up to 5 different rpm settings to choose from. Remote start/stop button for on bike testing. Test runs can be recorded from computer using keyboard or mouse.
Print copies of dyno graphs for customers. Store hundreds of dyno runs using customer name or type of motorcycle.

Part# AF-001 Air/fuel meter kit. $895.00 upgrade
This new air/fuel sniffer incorporates the newest version of the Dayton Dyno software package. Now you can record air/fuel ratio for every 100 rpm of your dyno testing.
This kit uses a wide band sensor and controller box to record readings from 9 to 19:1 ratios. Eliminate the guesswork, know what your engine is doing on every test. Simply attach to motorcycle battery, or use auxiliary battery to heat the O2 sensor. Plugs directly into Data Processor Box for easy installation.

Comes with lots of extras and components that arent included when buying new !
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