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I've never dyno'd an AWD vehicle before. When I contacted the guy I've used in the past he said he can only do two wheels. I assume that won't do. So I found these guys near me that have an AWD dyno. Any comments or recommendations anyone would want to volunteer would be appreciated. Thanks

Oh, I'm in the Riverside/San Bernardino/Redlands, CA area. Also near Corona, CA


Tuning Technologies
472 Fogg Street
Colton, CA 92324
Tel: (909) 783-1200

4WD prices:
3 pulls w/o air fuel - $80
3 puls w air fuel - #100
Dyno - $125/hr
 

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It appears they are using a Dynojet 424x, which is a load based dyno (good thing).

I'd just ask them to see if they can measure boost and A/F on the dyno chart, along with torque and HP. I'd also ask how they calibrate engine RPMS (coil plug wire or mechanically calibrated on dyno).

http://www.tuningtechnologies.com/services-dyno.html
 

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It appears they are using a Dynojet 424x, which is a load based dyno (good thing).

I'd just ask them to see if they can measure boost and A/F on the dyno chart, along with torque and HP. I'd also ask how they calibrate engine RPMS (coil plug wire or mechanically calibrated on dyno).

http://www.tuningtechnologies.com/services-dyno.html
Thanks. I had a short conversation with him and he asked if it was ok that he had disconnected rollers. I didn't know what to ask. I assume 3 runs in Advanced is good. But I'm not clear on how to handle dyno'ing ARD's MMS. Would I do 9 runs? I'm just now thinking about this and don't know the answer.
 

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Disconnected rollers? I don't know enough but to be dangerous, but doesn't that mean he's not loading the car, just running it up? Anyone want to jump in here and tell me I'm all wet?
 
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