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Thanks Eric. There are quite a few in the area. I am hoping someone can recommend a good shop at a decent price that will help me dial it in.
 

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I use Loynings Engine Service off of Johnson Creek Blvd. Ask for Doug Esterbrook. He's the tuner.....and a very good one!!!

They have a Superflow chassis dyno.

Tell him Mustang Joe sent you!
 

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On 2006-02-24 10:15, alanmacdougall wrote:
Thanks Eric. There are quite a few in the area. I am hoping someone can recommend a good shop at a decent price that will help me dial it in.
No problem and good luck. Looks like you have a strong combo there. Nice car too.
 

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Every dyno mfg will tell you theirs is the most accurate.

I like the Superflow because it's a load bearing dyno instead of an inertia dyno. IMO load bearing dynos are better to tune on.

Plus Doug is an ace tuner.
 

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MstngJoe; thanks for the great tip. I'll give them a call. I'll probably do this in the few weeks when the sun is out. Do you want to stop by when I am there? Let me know
 

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Absolutely!!!

They are closed Fri, Sat & Sun.

Just give me a headsup and I'll see if I can meet you there.

I'll let Doug know you'll be contacting him.
 

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Cain, not to make excuses but I have been traveling on the other side of the world and am moving on friday. I have the new carb jets and and expect to get to the dyno in the next few weeks.
 
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