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Our DynoJet AWD 424 is capable of loading a wide array of vehicles from 88" to 130" wheelbase and up to 2,000hp and 200mph! we also have dual load control capability for steady state testing and calibration purposes on most AWD and 2WD vehicles.
VEHICLES WE TUNE:
GM Vehicles - 2005 and up (models older than 2012 and more than 100k miles will be subject to inspection and approval.)
Ford Vehicles - 2011 and up (models older than 2012 and more than 100k miles will be subject to inspection and approval.)
Dodge Vehicles - 2005 and up (models older than 2012 and more than 100k miles will be subject to inspection and approval.)
Remote Tuning: SHOPS ONLY! contact for more information
Dyno Rental: $150/hr
Dyno Tuning (stock and lightly modified): Starts at $600
Dyno Tuning (N/A modified): Starts at $700
Dyno Tuning (forced induction, nitrous): Starts at $800
Transmission Tuning (Isolated TCM's): Starts at $400
Standalone ECM/TCM: Starts at $150/hr (5hr Minimum) This includes swap vehicles on Stock ECM's as well
-Extra charge for multiple maps (example: 93oct, Ethanol only, Flex...)
-All tuning and retuning requires a deposit in order to secure your appointment on the calendar. This deposit is for tuning only and does not include deposits for associated parts needed. Place Deposit here
We currently offer custom tuning for GM, Ford, and Chrysler vehicles. We mainly use HP Tuners but are also well versed in many standalone applications. We also offer custom tuning to end devices such as the HP Tuners nGauge for Ford and GM applications and Select Edge tuning devices for GM vehicles. We can assist with datalog critiquing and also offer remote tuning services to other shops on certain vehicles (case-by-case basis).
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR DYNO TUNING CUSTOMERS:
NOTE: Vehicles older than 2012 and/or more than 100k miles MUST be inspected before we agree to tuning.
NOTE: Boosted vehicles that were not originally specced or built in house by our team will be taken on a case-by-case basis and MUST be inspected before we agree to tuning. Furthermore, we will not tune a single turbocharged "bank split" engine on a stock closed loop ECU.
NOTE: We WILL NOT tune meth injection systems due to poor cylinder distribution.
We want your dyno tuning experience to go as smoothly as possible for your vehicle. Our tuning deposit is non-refundable and covers us for lost time on canceled appointments and in the case that vehicles are not mechanically ready to be tuned.
A 100% mechanically sound vehicle is YOUR responsibility before paying the tuning deposit and scheduling your tuning appointment. See checklist below for a successful dyno tuning experience:
-100% mechanically sound vehicle
-Full tank of premium fuel (or fuel you will be running full time)
-No fluid leaks! We will charge a cleanup fee if your vehicle leaks
-No vacuum leaks! (this includes a correctly plumbed PCV system for your application)
-No exhaust leaks! Exhaust must exit past the rear axle unless otherwise agreed
-Fresh engine oil
-Proper oil pressure (engine and transmission)
-Transmission fluid capacity must be at proper level. Proper transmission fluid must be used as per manufacturers recommendation
-Operable and good condition upstream O2 sensors with at least 24" of good piping downstream of them
-Good spark plugs and proper heat range and gap for your application
-Good spark plug wires and/or coil packs
-Operable and quality fuel system with injectors that we approve of. (ex. fittings, hoses, pump, regulator, injectors, rails, cell all in perfect working order)
-Properly balanced driveshaft capable of handling excess wheel speeds. We will not be held responsible for driveline damage due to driveshaft failure
-Good battery (this includes all wiring and alternator to be in perfect condition; we cannot properly calibrate a vehicle with poor battery voltage). Also note vehicle grounding on swap vehicles particularly. Ensure chassis, engine, body, and battery negative are all grounded to one another at multiple points
-Tires suitable for dyno and road use (radials suggested as slicks will get eaten up rapidly on dyno rollers)
-Good brakes - front and rear (if vehicle is unsafe for street use, it is unsafe for dyno use)
-If vehicle is to be street driven, it needs to have all proper legal markings including license plate, registrations, insurance, and brake tag
These are just a few of the mistakes commonly seen when vehicles come in for dyno tuning appointments. If you have any other questions or inquiries about tuning services, please fill out the contact boxes below along with a brief message. Someone will contact you as soon as possible.
We reserve the right to refuse dyno use on any vehicle we deem unfit for safe use of our equipment.