#1- Fill her up with your preferred gasoline, preferably from your regular station in your area.

#2- Be sure that the following components (in order of importance) are brand new:
a) Spark plugs
b) Fuel Filter
c) Oil and Oil Filter

#3- Be sure your ignition system is in top shape.

In other words, the spark plugs should be new, and the wires within proper resistance specifications (tyou would be surprised how many open/defective spark plug wires we come across despite fuctioning coils)

#4- Your fuel injection system should be in perfect working order. It is always a shame when we can’t finish the a session if the fuel pump can’t provide enough fuel to the injectors when these components are not working like they should.

#5- Be patient.

On our end, we never rush a Dyno job since the health of a major investment such as a motor or turbo are at stake. A typical Dyno session lasts 4-5 hours, not including setup and take-down. Furthermore, you may expect a street tune to be performed as well.

#6- For best results, be sure to have an appropriate bung fitting installed on your exhaust system so we can attach a wideband. In order to properly measure air/fuel ratio data.

#7- Please have the necessary funds upfront to pay for the session.

#8- We ask that only the vehicle owner be present for the session.

The Dyno is a tool and your car is a mechanical assembly. There is always a risk involved which you are responsible for on-site.

#9- Kindly note that “dyno tuning” refers to ajustements on a dynamometer and does NOT translate to: “mechanical work before being able to tune”. All necessary mechanical work must be performed prior to your Dyno session.

If work is required during the session, you will need to be charged. In this case the session will need to be terminated, with no refund for the session fee. If you have any questions about how to prepare and what is needed, we encourage you to ask us first to avoid disappointment.