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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-13-2009, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno?

where is a good chassis dyno in Nor Cal for diesels?

'96 f-250, auto, shackle flip, solid axle, rsk, high/crossover steering, 3.73's, true trac's front and rear, trac bars, gt4202, 7.3 ic, idm mod, ccv mod, A1000, 4-line DIY Gen3, dual ipr's, casserly 350/200's, arp studs, 910's, pushrods, elec. fan, 2-stage nitrous, fluidampr.


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Re: Dyno?

There is a mustang dyno here in Klamath.I dyno'd here and up in Vancouver and was within .5 HP.


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Re: Dyno?

klamath isnt too far of a drive, and i can crash at a buddies house there if i need to. do you know what they charge for a few runs?

'96 f-250, auto, shackle flip, solid axle, rsk, high/crossover steering, 3.73's, true trac's front and rear, trac bars, gt4202, 7.3 ic, idm mod, ccv mod, A1000, 4-line DIY Gen3, dual ipr's, casserly 350/200's, arp studs, 910's, pushrods, elec. fan, 2-stage nitrous, fluidampr.


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99 for 3

There is also one in rohnert park don't know how far that is for you.

You would have to think there would be one in redding.


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DynoJet in the Tri-Cities. $50 for 3 runs


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There will be a dyno next weekend.

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DynoJet in the Tri-Cities. $50 for 3 runs


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tri-cities? where is that?

'96 f-250, auto, shackle flip, solid axle, rsk, high/crossover steering, 3.73's, true trac's front and rear, trac bars, gt4202, 7.3 ic, idm mod, ccv mod, A1000, 4-line DIY Gen3, dual ipr's, casserly 350/200's, arp studs, 910's, pushrods, elec. fan, 2-stage nitrous, fluidampr.


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tri-cities? where is that?
Bought 2 hours south of Greg in Washington

Let me know. Probably could work some test and tune time out for ya on the dyno


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Re: Dyno?

that would be cool.

'96 f-250, auto, shackle flip, solid axle, rsk, high/crossover steering, 3.73's, true trac's front and rear, trac bars, gt4202, 7.3 ic, idm mod, ccv mod, A1000, 4-line DIY Gen3, dual ipr's, casserly 350/200's, arp studs, 910's, pushrods, elec. fan, 2-stage nitrous, fluidampr.


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Re: Dyno?

Grant, dont know how close the other one is, but there is a dyno local to me. I will call up the shop and get pricing and see what dyno it is, but i think its a dyno-jet.

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