Jamesburg, NJ, April 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Dynacycle Oil Company is announcing that their product, Dynacycle 20W-50 Oil, has once again out performed Screamin’ Eagle Syn3 during independent dynamometer testing under accelerated conditions. Using a 2010 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic as a mule, testing was conducted on a Dynojet 200i dynamometer. Other than changing the oil and oil filter, no further changes were made to the motorcycle before or during each phase of testing. Both tests were conducted at an engine temperature of 190 degrees.
With an outside room temperature of 73.7, the dynamometer measured 59.0 horsepower during the Screamin’ Eagle Syn3 testing phase. During the Dynacycle Oil testing phase, the dynamometer measured 61.2 horsepower even though the outside room temperature had increased to 75.5 degrees. That’s an increase of 2.2 more horsepower by simply changing the oil from Screamin’ Eagle Syn3 to Dynacycle.
Jeff Jerome, owner of High Performance Cycles, conducted the recent independent dynamometer testing at his shop, located at 426 E. Duval Street, Lake City, Florida 32055. Jeff, a graduate of MMI-Orlando and Advanced Dyno Operations, has over 20 years experience in the motorcycle repair and performance industry. His business, established in 1997, is a full service shop that provides Dyno Tuning, Engine Building, Repair, Parts and Accessories for American and Metric motorcycles. Jeff stated “I was pretty surprised with the test results. I didn’t expect Dynacycle Oil to perform so much better than Syn3.”
Dynacycle Oil, established in 2003, is a biker owned and operated lubricant manufacturer headquartered in central New Jersey. Their product, Dynacycle 20W-50 Oil, is a premium semi-synthetic blend motor oil made in the USA that is specifically formulated for all 4 stroke air and water cooled motorcycle and performance engines.
For more information about Dynacycle Oil, please call them or view their website.
For more information about High Performance Cycles, please call them at (386) 755-4453.