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Does anybody recommend any Dyno places i can take my car too for some before and after tune sheets? I live in SF...Ive looked around and the only place i found was a dynopack dyno..i prefer a dynojet
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Here's a list for you to choose from:

Dynojet Automotive Dyno Centers

I've taken my honda to both modacar & dynospot before but have never dynoed the beast. Any reason why you are against dynapack dynos?
I wouldnt say im against dynopacks...Just read that they give inflated numbers...but i guess it doesnt really play a huge role since im only looking for the difference in my tune? I guess if there is a good dynopack place i woulndt mind either..
 

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We have an AWD Dynocom chassis dyno here in Fairfield. I just bought a 2003 M5 for myself and I'm loving the car! I'll try to get it on our dyno in the next few days and post some results.

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-- Ed
An hour drive! hmmm..PM if with a price you would dyno mine and another members...i need a dyno before my new tune to see before n afters.
 

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I wouldnt say im against dynopacks...Just read that they give inflated numbers...but i guess it doesnt really play a huge role since im only looking for the difference in my tune? I guess if there is a good dynopack place i woulndt mind either..
Baseline numbers doesn't really matter which dyno you use. You're on the right track, dyno-ing before and after a tune to isolate the gain. What I recommend, which is what you're doing, is to use the same shop and same dyno for the most accurate/best comparison.
 
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