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Old 01-08-2008, 05:00 PM
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Anybody know of a chassis dyno near MT

in my searching i dont think there is one in montana...
i dont mind driving but it has to be close enough to make a single day trip out of it no overnight crap....

so ye anybody know of a dynamometer near Kalispell MT

preferablly a chassis or rear wheel dyno... as i am not pulling my engine...haha
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I know that Dynojet in Belgrade has one as I have spent many hours there alongside a 575 ft. lb. 300-6.

Also, I believe that G&J diesel in Billings has one. However, they like to blow up engines there.

There is also one in Great Falls. Contact Gomer's Diesel in G.F. and see what they say. (406) duh 728-7620.
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Also, I believe that G&J diesel in Billings has one. However, they like to blow up engines there.
I havent been to G&J's for a while (since I found FTE much more helpful), didnt know they had one. Kind of curious though, how many motor have they blown?
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What don't they blow up? Those guys are crazy. Propane, Nitrous, Chips on a stock motor... Its not heresay, I've seen them do it. They are good mechanics and they have a lot of experience.

They do have a chassis dyno, its a Mustang Dynamometer if it matters.
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They are great mechanics, and in the case of just about any engine that is modified to an extreme, things can go wrong. Like lighting the fuse on a bomb, not sure when it will detonate, but it will.
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Slight Change in plans guys. The day and venue has changed. Bryan at Diesel Power Products will update the Event Calender on Facebook, but it is a week later on the 16th of April, at Spokane Community College. THere will also be a Car Care Show the same day at the college. More info to follow. Cost of the Dyno will be $60 per truck for 3 runs, with half of the each fee going to Meals on Wheels and the other half going to the Automotive department at the College. Please please pass the word so people know of the change!!!
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zzzooooooooooooo town

i know last year summer time they had a dyno in missoula and a big diesle meet
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i belive advaced diesel works in kalispell have a rolling dyno!!!
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