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closest dyno?

who has a dyno in nor-cal that is going to be accurate with a diesel?

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who has a dyno in nor-cal that is going to be accurate with a diesel?
LCD or Jefferson State. Jefferson will have their dyno at the May 15th event at Sac Raceway Grant.

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Re: closest dyno?

i guess i'll have to be there. hopefully we are done planting by then.

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Re: closest dyno?

Nor Cal Diesel Rally, May 15 in Redding. Jefferson State will have their dyno there as well.

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Nor Cal Diesel Rally, May 15 in Redding. Jefferson State will have their dyno there as well.
Actually the nor cal diesel rally was moved to Sacramento. That's the event on may 15th if you read my post above

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Wow, that is wrong...........J&H Nor Cal Diesel Rally in Sacramento when it was born in Redding. I see I was wrong but WOW! I wouldn't believe if I didn't actually see it with my own two eyes.

Now, saying that. Earlier in the year, cooler temps will make for some fast runs and big power on the dyno.

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Wow, that is wrong...........J&H Nor Cal Diesel Rally in Sacramento when it was born in Redding. I see I was wrong but WOW! I wouldn't believe if I didn't actually see it with my own two eyes.

Now, saying that. Earlier in the year, cooler temps will make for some fast runs and big power on the dyno.
Its actually a REALLY good thing for Harvey and Joel. Sacramento will be a lot bigger then Redding with a lot bigger sponsors.

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Imler Diesel Performance In Sacramento has a Mustang type dyno. They have dyno'ed about as many performance diesels as anyone else has in NorCal. Since its a load type dyno, they can also simulate 1/4 mile runs also.
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Re: closest dyno?

good to know, thanks, im just not really impressed with my tunes right now and i'd like to get the truck on a dyno and see if i am even in the ball park of where i should be with what i am running.

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Are you able to maintain icps with that modded 17* HPOP?
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