You know we use our dyno here for performance tuning; but did you know we also will perform dyno pulls if you’ve built your own car and just want to see what it does for power and torque? If your vehicle has a wideband; we can also monitor the AFRs as well. Its a great opportunity to This 300ZX took advantage of this service; customer bought the car and just wanted to see what it was putting out.
Updated: Blower is installed, belt is routed, and throttle body with the intake is on. Working on intercooler plumbing and some other odds and ends then it will go across the shop to the dyno to get some serious power out of it.
We have this ’07 Mustang here for a supercharger install and when its completed it will need to be fully retuned. The supercharger looks right at home under there. Check out the series of pictures showing the progress. Will post the final results on our Facebook page when its all done.
Update: The Mustang is just about all buttoned up and ready to go on the dyno for the tuning portion of its visit.
Did you know your supercharger in your high performance vehicle also has its own maintenance schedule? Depending on whether you have a Kenne Bell, Eaton, or Whipple they have their own standards for changes and fluid specifications. Some intervals are as low as every 12,000 miles so call us if you are unsure. We have the expertise and equipment for proper oil changes.
One of the first modifications for most people starts at the air intake. Such as this K&N air intake shown below on the 2015 Camaro we have here. A less restrictive tube and exposed larger filter element make for more intake noise (think of the engine taking a deep breath) with translates into more power as well. Several different companies offer options for most any modern application. Call us today!
Really nicely built/restored willies with a late model 5.3 swap showed up for some trans tuning. The factory calibrations for these transmissions like to hold off on a downshift alot longer then you really want sometimes, also the shift firmness properties and upshift at wot scheduals really need a little work to make feel right. A little time with HP tuners and we are much happier with how the trans operates. Also this swap used an on off electric fan arangement where the factory fan was a pulse width modulated assembly. So anytime the fan was commended the poor 30 amp relay got a seriouse HZ workout. By modifying the PWM tables to command 100%duty cycle when we wanted the fan on got that problem taken care of and allowed the realy to operate properly.
Super nice truck