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Old 10-15-2003, 09:35 AM   #1
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Have any of you ever gotten your cars dynoed? I was just wondering what it would cost for that sort of thing.
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I might have it done this year, but it'd be here at my university, and it'd be free...
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dbtk2 has, I'm pretty sure...
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I dyno'ed my last ride, a 96 Aurora. The shop I went to had a special for $50 for two runs, a baseline and a confirmation run. I want'ed to see the gains of my RSM intake kit and RSM 80mm Throttle Body. So I was charged for dyno tuning which was $75 per hour, took me just over 2 hours but they only charged me $150.

I got about 12 dyno runs in. Took 6-7 to get a good baseline with correct RPM info. Than I swaped out the stock air box for the CAI. Ran 3 times than started on the Throttle body swap while car is still strapped to the dyno. Not to bad. Took about 50 min. for the TB swap on a HOT engine. Oh well it was fun and a good learning experience.

Let me dig up my numberes here. off my old cardomain page
"I wanted to see exactly what the gains would be of these bolt-on parts. I when I installed them, I did it strapped to a Dyno.

Would I really get the claimed gain of +19HP? You never know! But for me and RSM Racing parts, YES!!! I gained +21.9hp and +20TQ. THANK YOU RSM!! (numbers figured @ crank w/24% loss through the 4T80e tranny)

-graphs to come--
Here'* my Dyno numbers, all #'* rated at the wheels and are the best of each test, 2 runs per.
Baseline---------190.0HP---196.7TQ
+Intake ----------198.3HP---202.9TQ
+80mm TB-----206.7HP---214.0TQ

Thats a gain of 16.7HP---17.3TQ at the WHEELS!!!
At the crank it'* now 271.9HP 282.8TQ !!!!!!
This is definetly a NOTICEABLE difference, over the stock #* of 250hp/260TQ, car has a new personality '
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I dont think there are that many people here that have it done. I was actually just about to post to see if anybody has a baseline run for the Series II N/A motor. We used to get group discounts on dyno meets when I was apart of the import forum. But the Mustang dyno'* provide the most accurate real life dynos.

http://www.apgperformance.com/APG03/...pgv02/dyno.htm

Here are the listed places from their website that has the Mustang dyno.
http://www.mustangdyne.com/
Dynamic Sport Tuning, LLC
3264 Dorchester Way
Madison, WI 53719
(60 335-0524
Model # MD-100

K&* Fuel Injection
6007 Municipal St.
Schofield St, WI 54476
(715) 359-0434
Model # MD-250


Maraz Import Service, Inc.
3240 Gateway Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53045
(262) 781-0074
Model # MD-250
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Jim has soiled himself..
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