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Will changing my rear tyre affect dyno results?

Q. My bike used a 190/55 x 17 rear tyre as original equipment, but now it’s on a 190/50. Will there be a difference in rear wheel torque as a dyno measures it on the rear wheel? Motorcycle tyres for saleConrad Taute, email A. Inertia dynos are the most common and the short answer is no. In simple terms inertia...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (22 June 2011 14:32)

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