will be dynoing Project Texas Heat at Dallas Mustang
after 500 Miles have been put on the engine. We will
post the dyno numbers along with the graphs, etc..
is very pleased to be one of the few DFW resources operating
a state-of-the-art Dynojet Chassis Dynamometer. Whether
fine-tuning your performance modifications, making before/after
comparisons, or simply base-lining your power/torque
curves, DM dyno sessions are valuable steps in your
performance upgrade path.
late-model, computer-controlled vehicles, DM's Chipmaster
software package and extensive electronic diagnostics
accurately analyze ignition, air/fuel, cooling, shift
points, and many more system operations. Certain custom
performance chips can even be reprogrammed on the spot,
to maximize every adjustable parameter of your vehicle's
For non-computer controlled engines, dyno sessions are
equally valuable in fine-tuning air/fuel mixtures and
ignition timing to maximize your vehicle's power/torque
curves. DM dyno sessions are especially useful if you
need to make a/b comparisons of intakes, carburetors,
headers, exhaust, heads, cams, or custom porting/polishing.
Three-pull dyno runs are
only $55, and provide you with accurate, printed graphs
of your vehicle's power and torque curves. These sessions
typically take about an hour with no mechanical or programming
adjustments being made. Dyno tuning sessions range from
$300-$500 (depending on the vehicle and complexity of
upgrades) and typically take from 4-6 hours to allow
mechanical/programming adjustments and complete cool
For cars with few or no performance modifications three-pull
dyno runs are a great way to baseline your cars performance.
However, dyno tuning sessions for those same cars are
not recommended. Spending $300 or more for minimal (3-5hp)
gains is simply not a good investment. On the other
hand, the more extensive the performance upgrades, the
more critical and beneficial dyno tuning sessions can
be in extracting every ounce of potential.
DM's expert tuners are very effective tuning vehicles
for maximum performance. Even so, it is worth noting
that a vehicle may already be operating as well as possible
when it pulls in the door; or that particular combinations
of upgrades simply do not work well together. So while
the dyno remains an extremely valuable analytical tool,
and significant gains are possible, we cannot guarantee
any session will result in specific performance improvements.