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Saturday, November 6th, 2004

10:00am-4:00pm

ATS Racing Dyno Day! 3 pulls on a Dynojet 248c w/ wideband (not AWD). A floppy with your runs will be provided upon request.

When : Nov. 6th, starting at 10am
Where : ATS Racing in Denton, TX

Address : ATS Racing
2120 James St.
Denton, TX 76205

Don't know where that is? http://www.mapquest.com is a short click away.

Cost (day of the event): $40
Cost (pre-pay special!) : $30 if you paypal [email protected] prior to Midnight Nov. 6th. Again, you must paypal the money to [email protected] PRIOR to 11:59pm Nov. 5th. Make sure you title the payment 'DI.net dyno day' and include our FULL name, user name on DI.net, and your car. This will help identify people on the day of the event.

First come first serve. You must showup and sign in even if you pre-payed.

** DI.net and ATS Racing will be providing hot dogs and some drinks. **

http://www.atsracing.net

I'll be out there with my S/C'd Z--hoping for some impressive numbers.
 

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Are you trying to get a turnout for Aaron and crew, or are you just letting everyone know about it?

If you need a turnout I wouldn't mind showing up to talk cars with people and Dyno again, but I won't have changed much if at all as none of my mods since my last dyno there were performance mods.

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Originally posted by 350ZSpeedRacer@Oct 18 2004, 05:31 PM
Both.  :)

Ok, I'll sign up them. Maybe I should dyno my beater truck :)

I might be proud if it happens to top 100hp!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT'S A MONSTER!!!!! :irock:

Racer, what SC do you have? And what do you think of it so far as compared to stock.
 

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I have the Vortech.

And compared to stock, I have no idea. I've been pretty heavily modded for a year and then added the S/C--but it was still a huge improvement. It'll be dyno'd and I'll finally see what numbers I'm actually putting down. :)

I'm debating on whether or not to dump a little race gas in it and add back a little extra timing to show off. lol
 

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Originally posted by 350ZSpeedRacer@Oct 19 2004, 11:32 AM
I have the Vortech.

And compared to stock, I have no idea.  I've been pretty heavily modded for a year and then added the S/C--but it was still a huge improvement.  It'll be dyno'd and I'll finally see what numbers I'm actually putting down.  :)

I'm debating on whether or not to dump a little race gas in it and add back a little extra timing to show off.  lol

Do you use yours as a daily, or is it a race/garage toy??
 

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Mine's still a daily. But I really need to buy a more suited daily soon, gas is starting to kill me since I no longer get anywhere near 25 mpg.

Of course that means spending less on the Z, and well, just when I get one thing done, the list of what I still want to do only grows longer. lol
 

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Originally posted by 350ZSpeedRacer@Oct 30 2004, 03:31 PM
One week away.  Just a reminder.  :)

roundabouts what time are you getting there, I'd like to see your run.
 

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My car is stock, except for a CAI, but I always wanted to dyno it just to find out how much hp and tq my factory engine is producing.

How reliable is this dyno machine? I've heard of some machines showing some wacky numbers, and since this sounds like a great deal I just wanted to see if anyone here has tried this machine previously and how their results came out. Thanks in advance, and I hope to see you guys (and gals :D) out there this coming Saturday.
 

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Originally posted by Gundam02@Oct 31 2004, 08:49 PM

roundabouts what time are you getting there, I'd like to see your run.

I get out of class at noon, so I probably won't make it up there until 1ish. But I'm still up in the air about running (since I STILL don't have my tuning right--ugh).

Edit: and Zluver--my car (along with a few other people's here) has been on this dyno several times and it's always been reliable.
 

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Originally posted by 350ZSpeedRacer+Nov 1 2004, 09:51 AM-->
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@Oct 31 2004, 08:49 PM

roundabouts what time are you getting there, I'd like to see your run.

I get out of class at noon, so I probably won't make it up there until 1ish. But I'm still up in the air about running (since I STILL don't have my tuning right--ugh).

Edit: and Zluver--my car (along with a few other people's here) has been on this dyno several times and it's always been reliable.

Ah nuts. I have to be in Arlington at 1:30 :(

Well, guess I will have to catch you at the next one. However I do have a favor to ask, if you do run it Sat could I have a copy of the run files??

Please :)
 

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Originally posted by 350ZSpeedRacer@Oct 18 2004, 09:42 AM
Make sure you title the payment 'DI.net dyno day' and include our FULL name, user name on DI.net, and your car.

Ok maybe this is a stupid question, but what is DI.net? I tried typing www.DI.net into my browser and that pulled up DesignIntelligence's website. Thanks
 

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Thanks. I have never heard of them before :doh:
 

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Originally posted by 350zluvr@Oct 31 2004, 10:19 PM
My car is stock, except for a CAI, but I always wanted to dyno it just to find out how much hp and tq my factory engine is  producing.

How reliable is this dyno machine? I've heard of some machines showing some wacky numbers, and since this sounds like a great deal I just wanted to see if anyone here has tried this machine previously and how their results came out. Thanks in advance, and I hope to see you guys (and gals :D) out there this coming Saturday.

Are you asking how well is it calibrated?

Pretty much all dynos are going to give different readings due to different elevations, temperatures, etc. Also a Mustang dyno will read FAR different than a dynojet, as will a dynopak.

This is a Dynojet, which I happen to like the most.




DI.net is a local import community.
 
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