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Old 06-02-2010, 02:16 PM
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Dyno in The South?

Where is a good place to go for a Dyno for my Lightning? I have the SCT programmer so they can put it in third and lock the converter but Who can I go to? Steeda.ca Won't do it unless I spend $800 on pullies and **** so I want to go somewhere else this week!

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Where is a good place to go for a Dyno for my Lightning? I have the SCT programmer so they can put it in third and lock the converter but Who can I go to? Steeda.ca Won't do it unless I spend $800 on pullies and **** so I want to go somewhere else this week!

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Hey Ryan, I bet if you give Dasilva racing a call they would do it for you.

I was just there on Sunday for their open house, they did about 40 cars and trucks on their Dyno that day.

As a matter of fact one of them was Sport trucks (Sean's) truck.

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Hey Ryan, I bet if you give Dasilva racing a call they would do it for you.

I was just there on Sunday for their open house, they did about 40 cars and trucks on their Dyno that day.

As a matter of fact one of them was Sport trucks (Sean's) truck.

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Very Nice Ranger! The problem with Dasilva is that they close at 6 and I work untill 5 and it will take an hour on good traffic to get there but as everyone knows the 401 is a friggin disaster after like 4:30pm lol. If I can dip out early one day I would go there. So I'm just looking for another option.
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Ya I realized that after by looking at it lol oops...

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Not much to explain he said that he has to write a program that locks the Torque converter so since he has to do that you might as well spend the extra money and get the most horsepower on the littlest money and get your pullies done too. he said it would be 8-900 bones.
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