Industry Test Results

The Four Ball Wear Test is the industry’s standard test method used to determine the wear protection properties of a lubricant.

In this test, three metal balls are clamped together in a triangular pattern and placed in a bath of the test lubricant. With load, speed, and temperature kept constant, a fourth ball sits atop the other balls, and is rotated and forced into them for a period of one hour.

The lower three balls are inspected for wear scars at the point of contact, and the diameter of the wear scars are then measured and recorded. Lubricant wear protection properties are measured by comparing the average wear scars on the three fixed balls. The smaller the average wear scar, the better the wear protection properties provided by the lubricant.

Dynacycle Oil has one of the best “Wear Ball Test” numbers in the industry – 0.31 – which beats the top 5 selling motorcycle oils on the market today. Many years of independent testing have repeatedly proven that using Dynacycle Oil will reduce friction and engine wear a minimum of 50%! On your next service, make sure to specify Dynacycle Motor Oil. Your engine will thank you!

 The Info and Specs we are reporting was gathered from independent Dynacycle Oil testing and from data reported on our competitors websites. Dynacycle Oil and it's owners are NOT responsible for test result incorrect data or misprints reported by our competitors and/or from other manufacturer websites.

Note: The Info and Specs reported are gathered from independent Dynacycle Oil testing and from public data reported on competitor websites.

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ASTM D5481 – (Petroleum Standards) Standard Test Method for Measuring Apparent Viscosity at High-Temperature and High-Shear Rate by Multicell Capillary Viscometer

Viscosity is an important property of fluid lubricants. The viscosity of all fluids varies with temperature. The usefulness of the viscosity of lubricants is greatest when the viscosity is measured at or near the conditions of shear rate and temperature that the lubricants will experience in service.

The High Temperature / High Shear Test measures a lubricants viscosity under severe high temperature and shear conditions that resemble highly-loaded journal bearings in fired internal combustion engines. In order to prevent bearing wear, it is important for a lubricant to maintain its protective viscosity under severe operating conditions.

Dynacycle Oil has one of the best High Temperature / High Shear Viscosity numbers in the industry with a 6.12, which beats Amsoil, Syn3, and other top selling motorcycle oil’s on the market today.

The Info and Specs we are reporting was gathered from independent Dynacycle Oil testing and from the data reported on our competitors websites. Dynacycle Oil and it's owners are NOT responsible for incorrect data or misprints reported by our competitors and/or from other manufacturer websites.

Note: The Info and Specs reported are gathered from independent Dynacycle Oil testing and from public data reported on competitor websites.”

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Independent Dyno Test Results
WE BEAT THEM ALL!!

Compared with Amsoil MCV

Crank & Chrome Cycles

Test Completed September 2010

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

Dynacycle Oil has been independently dynamometer tested and has once again been shown to provide better engine protection than Amsoil MCV. The test motorcycle, a 2006 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide with Fuel Injection (FLHTCUI,) was tested on a Dynojet 250i dynamometer under accelerated conditions. Testing measured an increase of 1.92 more horsepower and 5.81 more pounds of torque over Amsoil MCV even when the outside temperature was 5.75 degrees hotter than during the Amsoil testing phase. Analysis of these results shows that Dynacycle Motor Oil provides superior engine protection by reducing friction and thus reducing wear and tear while increasing horsepower and torque, all made possible just by changing the oil to Dynacycle.

business_cardThis independent Dynojet 250i dynamometer testing was conducted at Crank & Chrome Cycles, established in 2005 by Barry and JoAnne Zinn. Crank & Chrome Cycles is a full service shop specializing in motorcycle repairs, sales, and customizations. Barry has been in the motorcycle industry since 1998. Prior to opening Crank & Chrome Cycles, Barry ran production and service for Titan Motorcycles, as well as held the position of Service Parts Director for Arlen Ness in Daytona.

The dynamometer testing was conducted by Crank & Chrome employee Tommy Gray Jr. Tommy has been a Harley-Davidson mechanic since 1986. He is a Certified Dynojet and Superflow Dynotech. In addition, Tommy taught Harley-Davidson mechanics and Dyno Ops for the American Motorcycle Institute (WyoTech Daytona) for 8 years. Previously he tuned for Hooters Suzuki, GP Bikes, Aprillia ST, and the BMW Race Team.

Crank & Chrome Cycles

1533 Ridgewood Avenue, Holly Hill, Florida, 32117

(386) 615-1449 http://cranknchrome.net

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NRHS V-Twin Performance

Test Completed July 2010

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

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Independent Dynojet 168 / 188 dynamometer testing was conducted by Daniel Dunn, owner of NRHS V-Twin Performance. Dan’s business, established in 2003, specializes in CNC Headwork, Bore Kits, and “All things Harley and Buell.”

In addition, Dan and the NRHS Team have set the record for the “Fastest American V-Twin” at the Bubs at Bonneville for 5 of the last 7 years, including 2009 when they broke the record going 186+ mph. During the dynamometer testing, Dan was able to document that Dynacycle Oil out performed Amsoil MCV. The test, conducted on a Dynojet 168 / 188 dynamometer using a 2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1250cc as a mule, measured an increase of an additional 1.6 more horsepower, 1.8 more pounds of torque, and ran 10 degrees cooler just by changing the oil from Amsoil to Dynacycle.

NRHS V-Twin Performance

1804 Skyway Drive, Unit B, Longmont, Colorado, 80504

(303) 702-1600

http://nrhsperformance.com

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Cycle Dynamics, Inc.

Test Completed May 2010

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

cycle_dynamics_teamIndependent Dynojet 250i dynamometer testing was conducted by Marc Russo, co-owner of Cycle Dynamics, Inc. Marc has 15+ years of experience repairing and building “anything on wheels.” He has completed dynamometer training at Dynojet in Las Vegas and has an Associates Degree in Automotive Technology.

The test was conducted on a Dynojet 250i dynamometer, using a 2007 Harley-Davidson Street Glide FLHX as a mule. Even when the outside temperature was 6.5 degrees hotter, dynamometer testing measured an increase of an additional 2.33 more horsepower and 2.77 more pounds of torque just by changing the oil from Amsoil to Dynacycle.

Cycle Dynamics, Inc.

3300 S. Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL 33426

(561) 369-7614

http://cycledynamicsinc.net

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Compared with Harley’s Syn3

High Performance Cycles

Test Completed April 2011

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

high_performance_cycles_logoJeff 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. After testing Dynacycle against Harley Syn 3, Jeff said “I was pretty surprised with the test results. I didn’t expect Dynacycle Oil to perform so much better than Syn3!”

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.

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Greenrock Performance

Test Completed August 2010

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

greenrock_performanceIndependent dynamometer testing was conducted by Bill Greenrock, owner of Greenrock Performance, located at 1473 Tower Square, Ventura, CA. Bill has over 30 years experience in the motorcycle repair and performance industry.

His business, established in 1990, is a full time independent shop that deals with service, factory maintenance, service, engine analysis, performance upgrades, dyno tuning, and discounted parts. The Greenrock Performance Dyno Tuning facility uses programs such as Power Commander, Direct Link and TTS Master Tuners, on both carbureted and fuel injected bikes. Please visit http://greenrockperformance.com

owner__bill_greenrockBy simply changing the oil from Harley-Davidson’s Screamin Eagle Syn3 to Dynacycle, the dynamometer measured an increase of 1.43 more horsepower and 0.6 more pounds of torque confirming the reduction of engine friction.

Independent Dynojet 250i dynamometer testing was conducted by Jim Kallay, owner of Phantom Rider Choppers. Jim is a Certified Harley-Davidson Technician and MMI 4.0 GPA Dynojet / Power Commander Tuning Specialist. Phantom Rider is an Approved Dynojet Tuning Center with Tuning “Link,” and Authorized Power Commander Dealer with 30+ years repair,

The test, conducted on a Dynojet 250i dynamometer using a 2009 Harley-Davidson FXDFSE as a mule, measured an increase of an additional 2.25 more horsepower and 1.9 more pounds of torque just by changing the oil from Syn 3 to Dynacycle.

Phantom Rider Choppers

6535 W State Highway 46, New Braunfels, TX 78132

(830) 228-4606

http://www.phantomriderchoppers.com

Dynacycle Semi-Synthetic 20W-50 Oil

Run Conditions: Outside Temp = 83.01 F & Humidity = 55%

2009 Harley-Davidson FXDFSE Stock Engine Configuration 4th Gear RO

Max Power = 85.74 & Max Torque = 104.47

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Harley-Davidson Screamin Eagle Syn3

Run Conditions: Outside Temp = 81.83 F & Humidity = 58%

2009 Harley-Davidson FXDFSE Stock Engine Configuration 4th Gear RO

Max Power = 83.51 & Max Torque = 102.55

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Compared with Redline

Ken Miller Customs Test Results

Tested against Redline – Performed on 4/3/2013

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

Ken Miller Customers has been creating show winning Custom Motorcycles and Choppers for nearly 20 years. Services include NOS tank refills (nitrous oxide) for drag racing competition, custom painting and chrome work, metal and fiberglass fabrication, tube bending, and welding.

Ken Miller Customs
7469 Waynesburg Drive SE
Waynesburg, Ohio 44688

http://www.kenmillercustoms.com

Torque Test
Dynacycle – 76.2
Redline – 75.3

Horsepower Test
Dynacycle – 55.5
Redline – 53.7

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Compared with Revtech

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

Ken Miller Customers has been creating show winning Custom Motorcycles and Choppers for nearly 20 years. Services include NOS tank refills (nitrous oxide) for drag racing competition, custom painting and chrome work, metal and fiberglass fabrication, tube bending, and welding.

Ken Miller Customs
7469 Waynesburg Drive SE
Waynesburg, Ohio 44688

http://www.kenmillercustoms.com

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Simon’s Competition

Formerly Simon’s Performance – Test 2003

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

Simon’s Dynorun Test

Simon’s Competition of Penndel, PA is one of the most respected Harley-Davidson performance tuning shops in the country. Owner Andy Simon, Sr. started drag-racing Harley-Davidsons in 1993, and by the end of that year; he was ranked #2 in the World and held the E.T. and M.P.H. World Record. For the next two years in 1994 and 1995, Andy Simon, Sr. shocked the world of Harley-Davidson drag-racing by winning two back-to-back World Championships, and breaking his own World Record in both E.T. and M.P.H. at almost every single event. Andy’s success in drag-racing turned into a full time career, and in the spring of 1995, Andy Simon, Sr. opened his shop to focus on one thing: Performance!

With their wealth of experience in tuning, it’s safe to say that the guys at Simon’s know a thing or two about building top notch racing motors for the street and for the track. And Simon’s trusts Dynacycle oil to provide the lubrication required for these demanding applications!

In 2003, Simon’s conducted a series of tests on their Dynojet 250 dynamometer, using a Stage 1 H-D Sportster 1200 as a mule. The objective was to find out how Dynacycle performed when compared to Revtech’s conventional 20W/50 oil.

The results are as follows:

simons_performance_-_dynotest_graph_-_dynacycle_vs_revtechJust by changing the oil to Dynacycle, Simon’s unleashed 3.5 more horsepower (a 5.8% gain) and 3.8 more pounds of torque (a 6.0% gain). Further, in back-to-back road testing following the dyno run, the Sportster mule netted 4.3 more miles per gallon (a 9.5% increase) and ran 18 degrees cooler (on a 10 degree hotter day) compared to the baseline testing with Revtech conventional oil.In the world of performance lubrication, marketing hype doesn’t matter – only real-world results do. And Dynacycle’s impressive showing on Simon’s dyno and in actual riding tests speak for themselves. The best tuning shops like Simon’s Performance Center trust Dynacycle Oil to provide the best protection in demanding applications – and so should you.

SIMON’S COMPETITION
100 Central Ave.
Fairless Hills, PA 19030
(215)269-5010

Compared with Spectro

Ken Miller Customs Test Results

Tested against Spectro – Performed on 4/3/2013

“There are many great oils out there for your motorcycle – Dynacycle just happens to be the greatest!”

Ken Miller Customers has been creating show winning Custom Motorcycles and Choppers for nearly 20 years. Services include NOS tank refills (nitrous oxide) for drag racing competition, custom painting and chrome work, metal and fiberglass fabrication, tube bending, and welding.

Ken Miller Customs
7469 Waynesburg Drive SE
Waynesburg, Ohio 44688

http://www.kenmillercustoms.com

Torque Test
Dynacycle – 74.9
Spectro – 74.2

Horsepower Test
Dynacycle – 56.2
Spectro – 55.3

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