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September 20, 2017
Power Test and SuperFlow Join Forces!
On September 20th, Power Test Inc., a dynamometer and custom test stand manufacturer, completed the transaction to acquire SuperFlow Technologies/Hicklin Engineering. Power Test CEO Alan Petelinsek will be working closely with former owner and now General Manager Scott Giles in Des Moines, IA, along with Division Manager Dave Arsenault in Colorado Springs, CO, to integrate best practices between the companies, share resources, and build upon the tremendous engineering and manufacturing synergies between these industry leaders.
August 18, 2017
New Shift Consoles for Allison and Voith transmissions!
We are exicted to release two new transmission shift consoles for the Voith DIWA .5 and .6 transmissions as well as the Allison Gen 4 and Gen 5 transmissions.
April 24, 2017
Spotlight: Northwest Dyno Circuit
The Northwest Dyno Circuit is a company that specializes in producing Dyno events. We travel all over the country helping people put on events.
December 21, 2016
We're hiring, find a career here!
We are looking to fill several positions, see all the open positions here!
October 24, 2016
Our Colorado Springs Office Moved!
SuperFlow's Colorado Springs location moved to a new facility, learn more!
September 26, 2016
SuperFlow TCRS Releases New Faceplates with Ford 8-Bolt Pattern
SuperFlow's TCRS Division released a new faceplate design for their torque converter welder and balancer that includes slots for the Ford 8-Bolt pattern.
September 19, 2016
TCRS Announces New Hub & Pilot Bushings List
SuperFlow's TCRS announces the new Hub & Pilot Bushings List.
September 12, 2016
High Volume Filter Option for the Axiline Valve Body Tester
SuperFlow introduced a high volume oil filter option for the Axiline VBT 8000 valve body tester. The option adds a high volume, 20 micron oil filter to the machine which acts as a pre filter for the onboard 10 micron filter.
September 8, 2016
SuperFlow Launches Enhanced Website
SuperFlow launched its enhanced website in August 2016. It highlights SuperFlow’s wide range of products including engine and chassis dynamometers, flowbenches, transmission remanufacturing equipment and custom engineered testing solutions.
June 14, 2016
How to Select the Proper Engine Dynamometer
We’ve created a guide to help you select the right engine dyno for your needs.
June 10, 2016
Low Pressure Bonding Option for the TCRS Bonder
Reduce bonder apply pressure to as low as 25 psi for proper bonding on smaller converters
May 31, 2016
Watch How to Run a Timed Acceleration Test on a SuperFlow Chassis Dyno
Get a quick video lesson on the steps to run a timed acceleration test on a SuperFlow Chassis Dyno. Mike Giles of SuperFlow provides a walk-through of the process.
March 24, 2016
Making Money with your SuperFlow Chassis Dynamometer
Tuners, engine builders, race teams and aftermarket parts suppliers everywhere choose SuperFlow, in fact when you look you’ll find that SuperFlow dynos are the best kept secret in the market.
August 6, 2015
Why the Racing Industry Uses SuperFlow Chassis Dynos
Every Sprint Cup Series, XFINITY Series and Truck Series racecar that leaves Richard Childress Racing (RCR) today, runs across an 849 SuperFlow chassis dyno. Why? Our dynamometers are designed to handle the horsepower of high performance racing vehicles. RCR estimates having made more than 10,000 pulls on their dyno since owning it.
August 5, 2015
Ventilation is a commonly overlooked aspect of engine test cell room design. Proper airflow through the test cell is by far one of the most influential factors when assessing the power of your engine.
August 5, 2015
Useful Calculations for Comparing Flow Numbers
The necessity of flow-number comparison is something that anyone involved in flow testing must endure. Even if the number comparison is done on the same components and flowbench, it is important to know how to compare the numbers so the time and effort is worthwhile.
August 5, 2015
Useful Flowbench Tools
Many of the applications of flowbenches and the data they provide are often set apart from normal data because of the mystique associated with flowbenches and flow testing. Engine component airflow data is easy to compare if you know how. Here are tools we recommend using to make the job of testing airflow easier and much more fun than makeshift approaches.
August 5, 2015
A dynamometer works best with clean, cold water at the inlet. This applies for the engine cooling system and absorber. For closed water systems, additional water treatment and lubrication may be required to maintain the quality of the water and extend the life of the system.
August 4, 2015
History of the Flowbench
An air flowbench is essentially a device that measures the resistance of a test piece – a cylinder head, manifold, carburetor, throttle body, exhaust systems – to flow air. Many different designs and models are on the market today that allow for comparison of flow results before and after changes in the flow path occur. Here’s a look at the history of this device.