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Dyno Tuning

We are proud to announce that after months of careful planning and discussion with Dynojet, Speed Factor Racing now has a Dynojet 2WD in-ground chassis dyno installed and fully operational. We will be offering full dyno tuning services as well as benchmark services for all 2WD vehicles.

Don’t worry AWD guys! We didn’t forget about you! There are already plans in the works to be able to tune you guys at a later date.

Our Dynojet is installed in-ground to accommodate even the lowest of vehicles and can handle up to 2,000 whp! All of our dyno tuning and testing is performed by Danny Dunning from Overboost Sport Tuning. Danny has tuned some of the quickest vehicles in the city and owns an 800 whp H22A EK Civic hatchback often seen at Gimli during the summer months.

Dynojet Model 224xLC

Dynojet

- Measures up to 2000 + hp and 200mph
- This Model 224xLC can perform load tests including step, sweep and loaded roll-on
- Closed loop load testing is also available by targeting engine RPM, speed or percentage of load
- Dynamometer Chassis (drums, shaft, bearings, etc.)
- Eddy Current Load Absorption Unit, Torque Cell, and dynamic load control software. Perform loaded tests, including step, sweep, and wind drag simulation.
- WinPEP7 Software and Hardware to interface (PC, printer, etc. not included)
- Automatic Conditions Measurement (absolute pressure, air temp, humidity)
- Ignition Wire Inductive Tachometer Pickup Leads
- Air Actuated Brake System
- Remote Software and Brake Control From Driver’s Seat

We will Dyno any 2WD vehicle that can be successfully tied to our Dynojet dyno. Front wheel drive cars, Rear wheel drive cars, Diesel trucks, etc. We have purchased EVERY optional sensor and module offered from Dynojet to make sure your tune is done safely and reliably… as well as make POWER!

DYNO TUNING FORMS -
PLEASE COMPLETE, SIGN & HAND IN BEFORE PROCEEDING TO THE DYNO!

Dyno Waiver Form
Dyno Checklist Form

There has been much speculation as to whether or not we have expanded our business with a dyno and dyno tuning service. The simple answer is “Yes”!

Dynojet Dyno

We are proud to announce that after months of careful planning and discussion with Dynojet, Speed Factor Racing now has a Dynojet 2WD in-ground chassis dyno installed and fully operational. We will be offering full dyno tuning services as well as benchmark services for all 2WD vehicles.

Don’t worry AWD guys! We didn’t forget about you! There are already plans in the works to be able to tune you guys at a later date.

Our Dynojet is installed in-ground to accommodate even the lowest of vehicles and can handle up to 2,000 whp! All of our dyno tuning and testing is performed by Danny Dunning from Overboost Sport Tuning. Danny has tuned some of the quickest vehicles in the city and owns an 800 whp H22A EK Civic hatchback often seen at Gimli during the summer months.

Dynojet Model 224xLC

Dynojet

- Measures up to 2000 + hp and 200mph
- This Model 224xLC can perform load tests including step, sweep and loaded roll-on
- Closed loop load testing is also available by targeting engine RPM, speed or percentage of load
- Dynamometer Chassis (drums, shaft, bearings, etc.)
- Eddy Current Load Absorption Unit, Torque Cell, and dynamic load control software. Perform loaded tests, including step, sweep, and wind drag simulation.
- WinPEP7 Software and Hardware to interface (PC, printer, etc. not included)
- Automatic Conditions Measurement (absolute pressure, air temp, humidity)
- Ignition Wire Inductive Tachometer Pickup Leads
- Air Actuated Brake System
- Remote Software and Brake Control From Driver’s Seat

We will Dyno any 2WD vehicle that can be successfully tied to our Dynojet dyno. Front wheel drive cars, Rear wheel drive cars, Diesel trucks, etc. We have purchased EVERY optional sensor and module offered from Dynojet to make sure your tune is done safely and reliably… as well as make POWER!

Over the next few weeks we will be updating our website with Dyno tuning information as well as all the documents required to have signed before tuning.

Stay tuned!

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