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    Default Dyno question for racers?

    Does any other sanctioning body require Dyno sheets for their classes besides NASA?

    The reason I ask, is a friend is looking at Dyno's and is wondering if he could get more work if he gets a DynoJet apposed to an other brand.

    He does a lot of tuning. But has not done many pulls for Classing.
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    I think only NASA. We also do in SuperMiata but our series just got started and we're not necessarily on everyone's radar yet.

    Dynapack is arguably the best for actual tuning. Most versatile. Dynojet is the interweb standard. Mustang also consistent but tends to read lower and that hurts egos. If I were opening a tuning business, I'd have both an awd dynapack and a 2wd Dynojet.
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    Bottle Blown Racing in Camarillo can dyno a car on it's Superflow dyno and tell you what the Dynojet reading would be, which seems handy.

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    This is the deal. My Friend has a pretty good flow of customer's for the tuning part of his business. He has been renting Dyno (not sure what brand) time. But now that Dyno is being sold. So he has found an Land and sea unit that has all the up grades for half the money of that of a DynoJet. Being he can do all his tuning on just about anything as long as it's consistent. Numbers are numbers, when it comes to tuning. It's all relative to if your motor is preforming it's best. Where the calibration of the numbers are, doesn't really matter as long as your getting the most out of it.

    The only reason for the DynoJet would be for NASA or any other sanctioning body that uses Dyno classing.
    Right now he does not get the NASA people and doesn't look like he would be missing out of any new customer's if he didn't get a DynoJet.

    He had heard that maybe SCCA SM had to have Dyno sheets? I didn't think so, but told him I would ask you fine motorsports educated people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ucfbrett View Post
    Bottle Blown Racing in Camarillo can dyno a car on it's Superflow dyno and tell you what the Dynojet reading would be, which seems handy.

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    Dynapac also has a roller system but I might be for high torque applications.
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