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To Dyno or Not 2 Dyno..

Hey Guys...first off let me start by saying i am a complete novice (that means I don't know much) I am currently putting together a Street Tuff Corty with a 302.. The motor is built and the gearbox is hopefully on it's way in the next couple of weeks (5 speed XR8 box with custom bellhousing to suit)

A simple question...do I, when I have got the motor and gearbox in run it up on the dyno and let the experts play with it.... or trust a mechanic to put it in and tell me it's OK to drive around for 1,000 kms and find the problems for myself?

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Re: To Dyno or Not 2 Dyno..

It it is standard fuel injected, or carburettored, there is no need to dyno.
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