This paper presents the results of an experimental study on load-independent (spin) power losses of spur gear pairs operating under dip-lubricated conditions. The experiments were performed over a wide range of operating speed, temperature, oil levels, and key gear design parameters to quantify their influence on spin power losses. The measurements indicate that the static oil level, rotational speed, and face width of gears have a significant impact on spin power losses compared with other parameters such as oil temperature, gear module, and the direction of gear rotation. A physics-based gear pair spin power loss formulation that was proposed in a companion paper (Seetharaman and Kahraman, 2009, “Load-Independent Spin Power Losses of a Spur Gear Pair: Model Formulation,” ASME J. Tribol., 131, p. 022201) was used to simulate these experiments. Direct comparisons between the model predictions and measurements are provided at the end to demonstrate that the model is capable of predicting the measured spin power loss values as well as the measured parameter sensitivities reasonably well.