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Alewis, you spoke to me the other day a when you called the shop. I'm going to start trying to get some things together next week for the ranger 900. Upon putting it on the dyno without the intake tube attached (not advising to do) we saw that the throttle plate does not open all the way In low range over 5k. We have not tested high range yet as we mainly mud ride down here, which consists of using low range. I'll follow up next week when I get more time to get the acceleration rates on paper.

As for those of you wondering how our Axis Dynamometer by Dobeck Performance works:

1. Load Measurement - The AXIS contains a single force cell between the dynamometer roller and its shaft. Any load connected to the shaft is measured without additional sensors.

2. Wind Drag Consideration - Fans may be connected to exactly reproduce wind drag. Those fans will cool the engine and duplicate ram air to the intake. The inertia can be changed to match the vehicle’s weight. The possibilities are endless.

3. Replicates Road Load - The AXIS can be configured to duplicate most any condition the vehicle would experience on the road. A vehicle driven on the AXIS will accelerate the same and shift gears the same as it would on the road. If the vehicle tops out at 150 mph on the road, it will top out at 150 on the AXIS


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It was ran on a 15 ranger. You can not do it on a 14 or 13 because it thinks that your seat belt is not fastened. We're working with a company right now to get the rzr map flashed to the ranger ecu go retain the turf mode and not have any codes. I'll follow up next week when I hear more.
 
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