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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-27-02, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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Question Dyno Tuning

What are the pro / cons of getting a dyno tune done, rather than just a straight up tune done ? , considering getting one done, anybody know of a good place in Adelaide, or the Barossa Valley?

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Tha advantage is you can see a definate improvment by comparing runs so you can try different settings & you can set the car more acurately as a dyno run is closer to real conditions so you can be more confident that you aren't going to lean out at full revs etc. The only real disadvantage is the extra cost & having the ringer reved out of your car.
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Our club members use Road and Track as well as West Torrens Dyno Centre, both are in Adelaide.

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