In 20 years crowned with success in the most prestigious races and championships, David CURNEL and Bernard WATY have stood out as real points of reference in the field of engine design and development.
So these two engine manufacturers made their mark in particular in information management relating to engine data all along a route packed with major sports events :
- FIA GT (Lamborghini),
- WRC (World Rally Championships),
- 24 Hours of Le Mans,
- Japan GT,
- 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps,
- BTCS Championships, …
With the aim of putting this expertise acquired at the highest level to the service of private vehicles, David CURNEL and Bernard WATY set up DYNATEK, a company specialising in optimising the electronic boxes for all types of vehicle.
Whilst observing the highest demands of technology and quality, they set themselves up with ultra-high performance equipment with in particular the acquisition of two 4-wheel engine test benches, which are probably unique in Belgium.
Armed with the success achieved with a growing clientele, DYNATEK, which was already present on 4 continents, has continued to grow its network abroad.
The major landmarks in David CURNEL and Bernard WATY’s careers as engine manufacturers:
In addition to the experience and skills of its staff, DYNATEK relies on the latest technology setup which no doubt positions the company as the best equipped in Belgium.
So we have at our clients’ disposal a cutting-edge infrastructure provided with the most powerful equipment:
How does the power bench work?
Our power benches, connected to a computer and equipped with four rollers with magnetic brakes, are capable of measuring a vehicle’s performance with the greatest precision.
As soon as the vehicle is moving on the rollers, the bench measures power and torque and creates graphs that permit us to analyse the engine’s performance. This perfect knowledge of the imperfections in these graphs tells us exactly where to take action to improve your engine’s output. The bench cells are also equipped with a high-powered ventilation system to allow us to cool the engine to the optimum temperature.
Before any reprogramming we therefore offer you a first run on the bench to give you a precise idea of your vehicle in its initial state. After the reprogramming, a second test is performed so as to compare the gains in power and torque achieved by it.
The power bench therefore figures in the procedure for every reprogramming session. In fact, it is impossible to correctly evaluate a gain in power only by conducting trials on the road!