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Old 10-20-2008, 08:03 PM
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diesel dyno day in watertown

hey, its good to see a SD chapter finally put together. anyway there is a dyno day the 25th of october in watertown. its 50 bucks for two runs. i think it is limited to diesels.
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Old 10-22-2008, 04:13 PM
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Where at H20town? I never heard about that but, i guess i dont have to worry because i will get to use the dyno next year in the new building at LATI. That building in going to so nice to have next year.
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its at dyno tune usa. im not sure of the address, but his web site is dynotuneusa.com
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Is that Andy's shop??? We've had cars on his dyno up there in Watertown a few times, what a great way to do a tune up!!!! That chassis dyno doesn't tell any lies and if this is Andy---he is super sharp on getting the most out of Fords....
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yeah it was at andy's shop. he really seemed to know what was going on. he was also very helpful with any questions anyone had.
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yeah it was at andy's shop. he really seemed to know what was going on. he was also very helpful with any questions anyone had.
Yup, Andy is a good man and a very good tuner.... I think we learn as much in one pull on the chassis dyno as we do in about 5 passes at the track!!!! He's also very sharp on the E-85 conversions, as well as superchargers and mod motors..... Got to go pick his brain one of these days on a supercharger for the Bronco II.... I believe he's a ProCharger dealer!!!
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