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    2019 Houston Dyno Day

    I posted about this awhile ago -- looks like it got disappeared into the black hole of the internet.

    Dyno Day for 2019 at Chris' Car Doc in Humble. Want to get it scheduled with him by Friday, was thinking EDIT 1/12/19 starting at 8am going until noon. Let me know if you're interested below.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by drecords; 01-04-2019 at 06:49 PM.
    Daniel Records
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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby
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    I am game

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    I'll dust off the cobwebs to increase turnout.

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    I'm in. Also have a friend who runs TT that wants to join.

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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby michaelmosty's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tilton View Post
    I'll dust off the cobwebs to increase turnout.
    Perfect Jeff, you'll have your dyno ready for 2019, hope you can make it out this year!!
    -Michael Mosty
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    I'm in if the car is running by then lol
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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby
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    I'm in

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    Another TT guy wants to join. Is that alright with everyone?

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    Current List:

    Daniel
    Jeff
    Pranav
    Champ
    Champ's +1
    Champ's +2
    Al (maybe)

    7 is a quorum -- I'll call Chris tomorrow and get it set up & update with success/failure here. Plan on making minimal changes on the dyno -- usually a minor timing adjustment or something is OK, but troubleshooting even a minor issue can burn serious time. (Ask me how I know).

    If the TT guys don't have a mustang or a camaro -- have them research specifics around dynoing there car. Off the top of my head is how to get an RPM signal, and if there is any fancy traction control that needs to be defeated to get the computer to let him pull it. Also, if they need certain HP points on the graph, have them bring their spreadsheet ready for him to fill out.

    Daniel
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    Ones in a c7 and the other a BRZ. Both have dynod before so they know the procedure.

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