You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our community, at no cost, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is free, fast and simple, so please join our community today!
Who would be interested in participating in a group dynamometer run at New England Dyno this spring? I’m trying to gauge the interest level to see if I can get another run in this spring and if there is enough interest I will put it together. I’d like to have a mix of Dodge guys, Chevy guys, Ford guys and us Toyota guys participate once again.
It’s a good way to gauge how your truck fairs against other the competition. Last year we had an amazing turnout with over twenty trucks there and thirty vehicles that put torque numbers ranging from 205 lb ft. of torque with a V6 Tundra to over 700 with a Turbo diesel Ford. Like last year they give you a free lunch and if you are any type of driving enthusiast you’ll have tons of fun.
Please only say that you’ll come if you are serious about coming. The event will be on a Sunday most likely some time in mid to late March! Last year the cost was $65 for three runs and $10 more for air fuel.
220 HP @ 4800 RPM
302 TQ @ 3400 RPM With Spintech Sportsman XL muffler, stock air filter, and JBA headers
OK guys too attend this dyno run you need to go to www.nedyno.com and click on the “dyno signup icon”. Select “John’s truck dyno day” and follow the instructions for signing up for the run. Last year it filled up fast and there are only 30 spots available so you don’t want to wait till the last minute or get left out.
Please only sign up if you are definitely attending the dyno run. If the crown Vic guys want to come that is OK. First come first serve!
From the Mass Pike:
<>From the Mass Pike <>Take exit number 10A toward RT-146N <>Stay on RT-146N <>Take your first exit off of RT-146N onto Ballard st<>Go to the bottom of the ramp and take a left <>Go down to the first light and turn Left( Curtis industries Truck parts on the right)<>Go down about 300 yards (through some lights, do not get on any highways, stay straight, then Turn LEFT onto Lenora st - the company on the corner is Door Systems - we are the next building on the left<>
From RT 495 to 290W
<> From RT-290W, Take exit number 12 toward RT-146S/Millbury/Providence <> Go into the rotary and bear right following the RT-146S sign.<>You will go about 1 mile and go through the first set of lights. Then at the second set of lights you see a real big RT-146S sign DO NOT TURN ONTO THIS HIGHWAY!!!!, stay to the left and continue going straight <>Turn Right at third set of lights ( across from Curtis Truck parts--big orange sign)<>Go down about 300 yards (through some lights, do not get on any highways, stay straight, then Turn LEFT onto Lenora st - the company on the corner is Door Systems - we are the next building on the left<>
Originally posted by SZAM I am interested in attending I will do my best to show up , dont think I can run the new truck yet though only got 300 miles on it
You should read your owners manual about the break in period if there is any. Some manufacturers give you guidlines for a predetermined amount of miles and others don't. Usually after 500 miles it's OK to let it go WOT. The dyno isn't as harsh either as the real thing.
We would love to see how your 3valve 5.4 stacks up against the Titan and Hemi trucks there.
This forum is owned and operated by Internet Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation. It is not authorized or endorsed by the Ford Motor Company and is not affiliated with the Ford Motor Company or its related companies in any way. Ford® is a registered trademark of the Ford Motor Company.