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Old 01-27-2005, 01:58 AM   #1
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Are there any places here that I could have my car dyno tested at? Before I run my car at the track this spring I want to make sure everything is running tip top.
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Wow, usually there are tons of Minnesotans on here.
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is there any speed shops that deal with hot rods?

call around
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I tell ya if you like cars the Minneapolis area is not the place to live. Everyone I called gave me the run around. You know, "We don't dyno engines unless we build them, here i'll give a # for this other place, they'll do it." I call the other place, "Sure we have dynos. Did you bring the engine in a truck?" Me- no its in my car. "Oh, i'm sorry we only dyno engines seperatly, not cars. Argggg... this same crap went on through like 10 phone calls and FINALLY this place in Crystal can dyno my car. Its an import shop but i'll take what I can get. Heck, i'll probably be waiting in a line of ricers.
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How much did they say it would be?
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Make sure that you have new oil good gas and all the mods you can do befor you go to show up all the ricers
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Thank god I found a domestic dyno shop this morning. People sound friendly and I was able to get an apointment set up for 2:00 today.
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How much is this gonna cost ya?
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John Haley is the ****. He'll custom burn a PCM for 94/95, has a great setup, but is high-end.

To his credit, he wants ALOT of dyno work to burn a chip. Do it right or don't do it at all. I've spoken with him about this before.
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