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Old 02-29-2008, 06:33 AM
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On the Dyno (And the BBQ):

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Big Nate

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capall
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Old 02-29-2008, 12:17 PM
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As I put in my pm to Wild, I will show up, but wont dyno my truck. I would like to dyno my 65 Malibu race car and would be willing to wait till the end to do it, I just put a 496 BBC in it and would love to see what it can do.
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Old 02-29-2008, 05:33 PM
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Rob C, I'm sure it wont be a problem. I'll ask Keith when we get our 10 minimum.


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Wildcat
greatwhitehope
Kwilkinson
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Big Nate
Rob C (1965 Malibu)

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capall
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Old 03-01-2008, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Rob C View Post
As I put in my pm to Wild, I will show up, but wont dyno my truck. I would like to dyno my 65 Malibu race car and would be willing to wait till the end to do it, I just put a 496 BBC in it and would love to see what it can do.
Your race car sucks, dyno your truck you baby

I'm in and Jason is too. Hopefully both of us will have our new turbos on.



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Old 03-01-2008, 06:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Jambbii View Post
Your race car sucks, dyno your truck you baby

I'm in and Jason is too. Hopefully both of us will have our new turbos on.



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I will bet the car lays down better numbers then your rattle trap you call a truck! HAHAHHA
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Old 03-01-2008, 10:54 PM
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I would love to get on a dyno but the Missus said that's the first day of spring break for the youngin'. We'll be in Julian, CA in the fiver for a week. If ya got youngins check with the ol' lady! Post some dyno numbers and pics for the rest of us though.
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Ill drop some loot on getting my ol' girl on the rollers!
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Old 03-02-2008, 10:27 PM
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AZWTrailduster from the TDR is also planning on being there, waiting on a reply to see if he wants on the rollers or just to hang out.
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Old 03-03-2008, 08:26 AM
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kwilkinson, What is the TDR?

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Wildcat
greatwhitehope
Kwilkinson
CumminsFan
Big Nate
Rob C (1965 Malibu)
Jambbii
Jason
MikeThomas

On the Fence (Tentative):

gator6 (Thanks for serving!)
capall
whereswaldo250
SMOKE' EM

Attending for BBQ:

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Old 03-03-2008, 07:21 PM
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We have made our 10 minimum so I will call Keith tomorrow to firm up the 29th.

We can still put more trucks on the Dyno, so if you are interested in that, or just attending, post up!
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Wildcat
greatwhitehope
Kwilkinson
CumminsFan
Big Nate
Rob C (1965 Malibu)
Jambbii
Jason
MikeThomas
777Customs

On the Fence (Tentative):

gator6 (Thanks for serving!)
capall
whereswaldo250
SMOKE' EM
Begle1

Attending for BBQ:

dieselpower7.3
CumminsRig
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Old 03-03-2008, 08:42 PM
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TDR - Turbo Diesel Register

Glad its gonna be set in stone, I'll see ya all there
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Old 03-04-2008, 01:14 PM
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Ok, Talked to Keith, we are all set for March 29th.
Their hours for that day are:
Saturday: 9:00am - 6:00pm

2wd Dyno rates are $45 for the first 20 minutes.
4wd Dyno rates are $65 for the first 20 minutes.
He accepts Visa, MasterCard, Cash, everything EXCEPT American Expess and Discover Card.
I did not ask about Personal Checks, so let's limit it to the above 3.

He doesn't include the dyno setup time to your truck in that 20 minutes. The clock starts when everything is ready to go.

You are welcome to make as many pulls as you can in that 20 minutes. You are given a printout of the horsepower and torque graphs, as well as a numerical printout of horsepower at each RPM increment. The graph also shows the Air Fuel mixture for each RPM. You may also choose to have the dyno runs emailed to any address. Then you can go home and play with the dyno runs with the free Dynojet Runviewer software.

He doesn't care if you want to run your car on the dyno instead of a truck. He doesn't care if you want to run a Chevy, Ford etc. instead of a Dodge. It's our club day, so we can allow who we want to run.

Maximum number of vehicles is about 30 in a day, so be sure to get a commitment from your buddies that want to run, and post up here so we can keep track. (Preferrably Dodges, but a few Chevys and Fords or whatever wont hurt.)

Also, be sure to tell your buddies about the BBQ, so they can bring something if they want to eat

I think that about covers it. I'll be posting a little later about the BBQ and a shop sponsor, so stay tuned!
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sounds good hopefully my cousin will bring his 93 or 04 and my uncle might bring his 01 my brother might make it with his 93 also
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On the Dyno (And the BBQ):

Wildcat
greatwhitehope
Kwilkinson
CumminsFan
Big Nate
Rob C (1965 Malibu)
Jambbii
Jason
MikeThomas
777Customs

On the Fence (Tentative):

gator6 (Thanks for serving!)
capall
whereswaldo250
SMOKE' EM (Plus 3 possible)
Begle1

Attending for BBQ:

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Old 03-04-2008, 07:54 PM
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Someone mentioned having a shop represent themselves at this event.
I have invited Truck Werks to attend. This is the shop that hosted the last BBQ Meet and Greet. They are a good group of guys, and were wanting to get more involved with local events.

Jason should be getting back to me with the details of his involvement soon. Here is a link to their web page for those of you not familiar with them.

http://www.truck-werks.com/base%20page.html

Ok, time to lay out some stuff for the BBQ.
Everyone should be bringing something to grille, and something to drink.

Those of you up for it, we could also use some side dishes, like Beans, Potato Salad, Chili, Macaroni Salad, Chips, Salsa, Guacamole, Cole Slaw, pretty much anything you would want to eat at a Picnic or BBQ.

We might want to post up what side dishes we are bringing, to help give us and others who are undecided an idea of what is being brought, and what they can contribute.

Can't cook, or just don't want to?
Here's a few other things we will need:

Paper Plates, Napkins, Plastic utensils, plastic cups, a couple tables to put the food on, Lawn chairs, anything else you can think of!


I'll be bringing my BBQ Grille, there evidently is also one at Az Dyno Chip. I'll also bring my propane stove to help with heating the hot food. I plan on bringing some Ribs to throw on the Grille, Some Fritos Scoops and some Queso dip.
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