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Since, Congratulations for Jostein ! !

I'm 60's years Old  and  have try and use a lot of commercial  Dyno.

Today i made my first  runs with Jonstein product !!! More than one year after purchase ....

I'm now retired and have time .

A good Hub Dyno take a lot of time to afford ans build.

Why congratulations for Jonstein ? Cause Jonstein is a tuner before an seller....

During the next week, i will explain vou how to make a "tip Top" Hub YOURDYNO"

JOSTEIN ! IF YO MAKE A RACE IN FRANCE, MY HOUSE IS YOUR HOUSE

 

Start of dyno building tonmorow.....

Hey Guy's i'm retired  !

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Posted : 19/06/2020 5:12 pm
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Thanks for your nice words. Looking forward to getting the details of your dyno build and seeing it in action!!

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Posted : 20/06/2020 7:16 am
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Welcome to the forum AdHoc Racing , pictures and more pictures , subscribe to this thread " Hub YourDyno at HadHoc Racing Workshop "

Dammit where is my French joke book? Only kidding.

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Posted : 21/06/2020 5:28 am
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The two Telma retarders delivery.

Model CC200 rated for 2000nM @ 4000 Rpm

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Posted : 22/06/2020 6:47 am
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Stators ready to mount.

Used retarders should be dismanteled to check bearings and coils.

Beware with mud and dust !!  With moisture they cause bad insulation.

Polar plates botls must be drilled ! They are impossible to release even with heating.

Bolts have standard conical heads and metric thread (10x150 - 25mm )

Check all coils for short or open. Normal value is 0.19 ohm for CC200 coils.

Remenber ! With serial 192V coupling, if one coil is open the retarder don't work

 

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Posted : 22/06/2020 7:56 am
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The four rotors ready to mount

Sandblasted and cover with rust converter for the look.

They are each balanced but they must be put at their own place to respect the gap.

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Posted : 22/06/2020 8:19 am
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Flanges and shafts on the lathe

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Posted : 22/06/2020 8:29 am
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Hi , nice start keep up the good work. 

Have you made plans for the hub_dyno build  or you're just winging as you go along?

I always post this guy's hub-dyno as a nice referrance  unit to go by..... he has thought of a few nice ideas into his hub dyno build. See what you think?

DIY Hub Dyno Overview by VicDynoHire

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pwPP0Ex238M&t=242s

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Posted : 29/06/2020 2:00 am
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Posted by: @mach_1

Hi , nice start keep up the good work. 

Have you made plans for the hub_dyno build  or you're just winging as you go along?

I always post this guy's hub-dyno as a nice referrance  unit to go by..... he has thought of a few nice ideas into his hub dyno build. See what you think?

DIY Hub Dyno Overview by VicDynoHire

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pwPP0Ex238M&t=242s

VicDynoHire was the inspiration for my build in the beginning as well. I have made a simplier version that works really good, also running Yourdyno.

Please check my Youtube build series for inspiration: https://www.youtube.com/user/AsLoT200sx/

 

 

 

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Posted : 01/07/2020 7:48 am
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@aslot

Good job ! It Works !

Thanks for the video link

Best regards

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Posted : 03/07/2020 9:44 am
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