Mainline will be closed from Saturday 23rd December 2023 to Sunday 14th January 2024. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your ongoing support throughout the year and wish you, and your families, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Safe, and Prosperous New Year going forward in 2024.
For any urgent technical support during this period, please fill out the support request form on our website contact us page, and we will address your issue as soon as possible.





Coming to PRI to order your new ProHub?

Get ahead of the queue and order your new ProHub dyno now !

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Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers are a Preferred Supplier to Capricorn Society Members.

Capricorn was established in 1974 by a small group of Western Australian service station owners to increase their buying power and level the playing field with the big multinational oil companies. They are a member-based organisation proudly operating by cooperative principles to primarily support businesses in the automotive industry. Their approach allows Members to better manage their businesses by saving time and money.

Capricorn offers its Members a broader range of services, including equipment finance, travel services, and business protection. Operating on cooperative principles means their Members are the owners too and are eligible to receive dividends if declared. Members also enjoy regular social and networking events.

Today, Capricorn has over 25,000 Members and over 2,000 committed Preferred Suppliers across Australia and New Zealand, all looking to support the automotive industry



We are pleased to announce reaching a major company, and product, milestone with ProHub Dyno sales now surpassing 150 units exported to the United States. 
We would like to thank all our US based clients for their patronage, and for choosing our ProHub products, over all others, for their performance and business needs. 
We look forward to many more units being sent across the Pacific to new homes in the USA in the years to come.