Auterra invented scan tool dynamometer and its been widely used over the
years. The horsepower/torque and acceleration features are powered by advanced
mathematics and proprietary algorithms to offer unparalleled accuracy and
repeatability, proven by hours of testing against a chassis dynamometer.
The charts below compare the Auterra vs. the Dynojet chassis dynamometer. A
2002 Acura RSX with VTEC was tested. The VTEC increases power at about 5800 RPM
and both graphs show the gain.
Dyno runs created using DashDyno can be viewed on-screen or opened with the
Dyno-Scan for Windows software.
The performance meter features operate by measuring speed and RPM from the vehicle's
computer during acceleration. Once the software has collected the data, a graph
displayed directly on-screen provides immediate feedback after a run. Statistics
are computed for the horsepower torque and acceleration runs, such as peak
power, 0-60 and 1/4 speed and time.
Software wizards step you through the process of entering vehicle data and
performing a run. Its never been easier to measure vehicle performance any time,