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Old 08-18-2007, 04:15 PM
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hey does any one know of a dyno here in alaska that you can run a Diesel truck on ? Diesel Power Magazine shows one in this state and there web page says they only do gasers ?

I would love to see what all my mods have done to my truck.
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Old 08-18-2007, 11:20 PM
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hey does any one know of a dyno here in alaska that you can run a Diesel truck on ? Diesel Power Magazine shows one in this state and there web page says they only do gasers ?

I would love to see what all my mods have done to my truck.
well i doulbt that you will see much of a gain to make it worth the cost of dyno runs.. usually 100 bucks to run them on it, shouldnt matter if its diesel or gas really, both spin a wheel.

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Old 08-19-2007, 01:40 AM
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shouldnt matter if its diesel or gas really, both spin a wheel.

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thats what i thought,

maybe they are scared of the cloud of black smoke, or the thunder of 5" exhaust, hehe oh well

would love to know what my truck produces at the back wheels.

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Old 08-19-2007, 03:13 AM
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looking at your signature, im pretty sure you know about how much it does, do you want to see if its close to the claims or some thing? diesels are the best.. since gm is going to start putting them in their light trucks and suv's soon the diesel wars are really going to get going.. then they will be even better.. nothing to drive technology like competition.. allot to be had in the diesel world.

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