Looking for Dyno in S.F. Bay area

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bikmakr
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Looking for Dyno in S.F. Bay area

Post by bikmakr » Sun Aug 21, 2016 8:46 pm

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I'm finally approaching the end of my ITB EFI project and have worked most of the bugs out of the tune. Now I need to run some WOT draws on a dyno. Does anyone know of a shop that can rack a 712, preferably in the SF Bay area?

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Post by rmel » Sun Aug 21, 2016 9:07 pm

I looked, called, begged. No one interested in doing pulls on anything but Ferrari's and Lamborghini's in the Bay Area :(

Ending up with John @ Outfront Motor Sports doing the pulls for me. John is the man if you want the experience and
ultimate tune job. It's a long drive to Buena Park CA but well worth it. A side trip if'n your going to Mogfest at Calico :)

What ECU you running? Might be able to at least get you in the pall park on tuning.

ron
Puller: 71' 710K 2.7L EFI aka Mozo
Follower: Sankey MK 3, 3/4 Tonne
Rescue Pinz: 73' 712M

Driver: Ron // KO0Q

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Post by bikmakr » Sun Aug 21, 2016 9:19 pm

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I'm running the new Megasquirt 3 PRO. It's incredibly versatile for running fully a sequential ITB system.

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Post by McCall Pinz » Sun Aug 21, 2016 10:15 pm

:shock: looking good. Nice solution to fix the unequal length intakes.
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Re: Looking for Dyno in S.F. Bay area

Post by Jimm391730 » Mon Aug 22, 2016 10:18 am

You will need to remove the wheels on one of the rear axles (IIRC, I took the wheels off the middle axle). Put two lugnuts on to hold the drums in place. The drums will hang with about 1-2" clearance, if your limiting straps are intact. Outfront can only dyno one axle. They have done many Pinzis.
Jim M.
712W and 710M

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