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what should i do

So the custom auto place is having a dyno day Saturday its 80 bucks for three pulls. If I make the highest numbers I will win some cash for my make and model tho we all know I wont. Should I get it dynoed or save up for my lcas. I have minimal mod so I doubt ill get a good number maybe 190hp and 295ftlbs if I'm lucky. What should I do guys.


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Save your money for the LCA's. If you were to up the hp quite a bit and want to know that would be one thing, but dyno numbers aren't going to tell you something that you don't already know.

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Save the money. Your mods are all able to be compensated by the stock tune.

Best thing to do to know the power you are making is take to the track. Costs $30 roughly...and it a lot more fun and way more meaningful.

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Yep, definitely agree with the rest save your money for the things you want to do.

Engine mods - all stock, trust me, wanna run??!!!
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