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    Dyno Time

    Just wondering what the average daily charge is for test and tuning.

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    around me its $75-100 for three pulls and no tuning and if ya wanna tune its like $100 to 150 an hour
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    You aren't touching a dyno around here for under $400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    You aren't touching a dyno around here for under $400.
    damn... thats crazy
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    Dyno time

    Around the chicagoland area 400.00 is about right to get a "few" pulls,if the shop did the motor they may cut a break. Some of these shops have been slow and may do a deal now and then, but 300.00 to 400.00 or more is a common number. Tuning is always extra
    JMO

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    It is 500.00 for day including parts swap and tuning,fuel is extra of course Thanks

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    Location in my parts..$100.00 for 3 pulls...

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    Location in my parts..$100.00 for 3 pulls...

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    I think there is some confusion in the question, are you asking about just dynoing a engine by itself or putting the whole car on a dyno?
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    just the motor.


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