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Old 08-21-2009, 01:53 AM
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Phoenix fall dyno day

Hey guys, me and SMKHZRD are trying to put together a dodge dyno day for the fall. We will be dynoing at Chucks speed and rv center. Address is 2923 W. Weldon Phoenix, AZ 85017 price will be $50 dollars per truck to dyno. You will get two pulls with Hp and TQ readouts. There will also be a BBQ for lunch. If you dont want to dyno then come on down and watch the smoke and good times roll. The shop has two dates available and they are 10/31/09 or 11/7/09 and both are on saturdays. We want to know which date works for everybody. We are hoping to find around 20 trucks or so to dyno. Let me know who wants to come. Should be a great time! Nothing set in stone yet, just gauging interest. Anybody ever been to this shop before?
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Count me in if the day ends up being 10/31. I have to work if the weekend after. Yes I have been there before its a nice shop. Dyno is seperate form the rest of the shop.
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sweet we will put u down...
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Gee I hope I don't end up being a sore thumb up there being a 3rd gen and all.
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not at all man...
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Hopefully you wont be alone, I'm trying to convince my dad to dyno is 05.......
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What time of day on 10/31? I wouls like to get a baseline for my truck since it is mostly stock. I have kids that like to do the halloween thing so I would like to do it late morning or early early afternoon.
I'll keep an eye on the thread.
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I am thinking this will be going on most of the day.
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Hey soot how does the super 40 hybrid work with those 190s. Sounds like it would be a sweet combo.
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Ya, I like it. I dont know how much better it is over a standard 40, but I think it whistles a little louder. This thing rocks with my ddp3 injectors I have now.... need to update sig.... I see about 36 psi now and thats with a camshaft.
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I'd be a spectator for either day...

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Do they still run the Mustang Dyno?
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Yes, but I dont know what model it is. I haven't had a chance to go down to the shop yet.
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I ran my truck on their dyno and received a bit of flak about it.
I also took it across town to run on a dynojet just to compare results.

https://www.dieseltruckresource.com/....html?t=191452

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interesting reading there guys. drednot, where was the place with the dynojet you found?
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