Dynojet Research is uniquely positioned to support its customers worldwide. Partnerships with industry-leading companies in over 56 countries assures that local technical support for the customer is always available. This continued commitment to being a world-class supplier has lead to more than 5,600 installations worldwide. These installations include OEM manufacturers, importers, exhaust manufacturers, tuners, race teams, dealers, service shops, and motorcycle and ATV magazines. Furthermore, their dynamometers are officially licensed with the following race organizations: AHDRA - All Harley Drag Racing Association NMRA - Ford Nationals Series.
Established in 1972, Dynojet is a Research & Development company, employing over 100 people in Montana, Nevada, Holland, Germany and England. Dynojet Research develops after-market performance products and diagnostic tools for the Motorcycle and Automotive industries. Dynojet's extensive product development testing required the use of a dynamometer. Unable to find a dynamometer to meet the needs of their Research & Development staff, Dynojet went to the drawing boards and pioneered the first single roller, inertia, chassis dynamometer for motorcycles in 1989. Shortly thereafter, Dynojet developed a computer interface and software package and began selling the first Model 100 Motorcycle Chassis Dynamometer. The Model 100 proved to be affordable, reliable, accurate and above all consistent. This was the case not only from one measurement to the next, but also from one Dynojet Dynamometer to another, enabling communication and sharing of test data. The success of the Model 100 led to further developments in chassis dynamometer technology.