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Old 08-19-2005, 06:56 PM
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where to dyno test

does anyone know where to have a dyno test done in the phx. area??? I am looking to add a supercharger to my truck and i need to find out which end is giving me the most air passage resistance. If you happen to respond to this query and know of a place i would also like to know if you have used such place and the price. Thanks in advance!!!!


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Old 08-26-2005, 01:10 AM
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I just came over here to post this information and read your question. I haven't been happy with the power of my F-350 and just had my mine checked out for any problems. The place is ADS in Chandler. They have a dyno and knowledgeable mechanics. They were recommend to me by a parts store. I think they realized I was ripe for a repair bill but said they could find nothing wrong. The cost for a full diagnostic check is $100.00. I don't know how far we can advertise a business so I will PM the contact info.
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There is a company called Arizona Dyno Chip. It may be the same place listed above with a different name now. Anyway they developed a turbo kit for the contour and are a highly recomended shop in the contour and couger sites. Check them out I believe they also have machine shop service avail. They truely are a one stop hot rod shop. Here is a link to there site:

http://www.arizonadynochip.com/
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Anywhere have a dyno equipped to handle diesel timing? Haven't found one in Tucson
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:12 PM
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The guys at Arizona Dyno Chip are very good and honest to a fault. Keith and Sterling are competent and knowledgable. Definitely recommend them.
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Is that for diesels?
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I spoke with Keith today and he said he can give you power/torque numbers but cannot do any real tuning. He doesn't get enough folks with diesels to justify the cost of the equipment mods to his dyno.
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Keith is just being a cheapass, I owned the same brand of dyno (Dynojet) and the diesel rpm pickup option is like $300, that would pay for itself in a few vehicles ..

I own a different dyno now, (Dynapack hub dyno) but it doesnt support automatics yet, or 6/8 lug vehicles, but once it does, I'll be sure to let everyone know..
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Ditto the positive ffedback for AZ Dyno Chip. Highly knowledgeable and always willing to satisfy their customers.
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Thumbs up Dyno and Diesel Work

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