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Dyno Question #243004 Aug 7, 2:24pm Aug 7, 2:24pm
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Dyno Question
So my friend just bought an Eagle Talon that has been converted into a 'clipse GS-T. There's a custom GREDDY Turbo...etc. Her pops just said something about Dyno's cost a TON of money...is that right? and how do I go about finding a place that will dyno the car? Thanks.

Re: Dyno Question [Re: coyote0106] #243005 Aug 7, 2:57pm Aug 7, 2:57pm
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Dyno's aren't that hard to find. I guess you can google it for the one nearest you. Or ask one of the guys at the shop that you buy your parts from to find one.


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Re: Dyno Question [Re: calidrifter] #243006 Aug 7, 2:58pm Aug 7, 2:58pm
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do they cost alot?

Re: Dyno Question [Re: coyote0106] #243007 Aug 7, 3:13pm Aug 7, 3:13pm
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are you talking abour buying an entire Dynometer? of course it's gonna cost a lot. You only have to pay for the time you use to get your car dyno'ed.

use... :google: :whatever:


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Re: Dyno Question [Re: Polykarb] #243008 Aug 7, 3:16pm Aug 7, 3:16pm
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A dyno session is about $50.

Re: Dyno Question [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #243009 Aug 7, 3:25pm Aug 7, 3:25pm
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Thank you, thats what I needed to know!

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