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My stang is no where near ready for this but a buddie of mine is wanting to test his car. I have searched the forums but no one list what it cost to get this done. Thanks for the info.
 

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I paid $75 per hour for the dyno and $100 per hour for the Tech's time during a Dyno tuning
session. I ended up using two hours; but it was worth every penny!

I used Joe at Mustang Ranch in Santa Clara, CA.

CSGTJoe
 

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I've gotten in twice with my car club:

$50 for 3 runs, and another $15 for an air/fuel meter.
 

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Its $75/hr at a local shop in town. Some shops will do a group rate though. I did that last time for $60 for 3 pulls.
 

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Our local Hot Rod shop had a dyno, for $85 an hour, as many pulls as you could get, and the tech would help you too. But the dyno guy left and now it is slowly becoming a ricer performance shop. A buddy of mine went there to get a 4bbl carb gasket, and the guy didn't even know what it was.
 

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Hey Joe,

How much of an improvement was there?

Do you have the before/after numbers?

What sort of changes did they make?

Don't you have a crate engine in your CS?

Mark

BTW, I'm working in Menlo Park now. You still in Campbell?
 
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