Joe, let me give you a quick run down......... I'm the VP of Sales at Dynojet Research, Inc. We manufacture chassis dynos and performance enhancing products for both the automotive and powersports markets. Shops such as Steeda, Lingenfelter, or you name it, use our dynos for product development or tuning. Our performance enhancing products are primarily focused on powersports applications (motorcycles / ATV's). Most guys expect to be able to come to Dynojet to get their bike or car tuned, but we're strictly an R&D facility that is closed to the public. Since we do make tuning products for motorcycles / ATV's, we do perform a fair amount of testing here. We do have four of our popular chassis dynos in-house (those that you'd find at a modern EFI speed shop), and one of them is our AWD automotive model. So, officially we're not open to the public M-F, but.........
We use our Model 424xLC to tune / calibrate Fords, Lincolns , and Mercury vehicles. DDT has a tremendous amount of experience in chassis dyno testing and we do offer tuning services. A lot of the technology we offer hasn't even hit the market, so in some cases that affords me the ability to offer services that are not available anywhere else. When I operate in this capacity, "Dyno Dan, LLC", another gentleman by the name of Carl Chastain actually performs the testing and tuning these days. I'm no longer based in Las Vegas , but I do spend *some* of my time in that location if thatâ€™s of any consolation. Carl Chastain is more than capable to calibrate your vehicle properly, he has access to all of my tuning software and facilities. I'm never more than an IM, email, or phone call to assist in the event that anything pops up. Carl is usually available M-F from 5-9 pm, so just keep that in mind from a scheduling perspective.
So, now that the official statement has been made, WOW, I have to commend you on your endeavors with your car. Youâ€™ve gone in pretty deep to the systems level and obviously have a strong command over the calibration processâ€¦..againâ€¦.wow, I commend you.
Carl and I normally donâ€™t get involved with â€śdyno run onlyâ€ť type of stuff, mostly just the custom tuning while on dyno sorta thing J In any case, itâ€™s up to Carl if he can bring you in a make some runs on the dyno. There are a few places around town with one of our automotive dynos, and I believe their rates are quite cheap.
In any case, I need to hook you up with Carl Chastain when he has time.
Good luck with your project.
You can always reach me via email:
702-526-3737 Danâ€™s cell (rarely able to answer)
702-525-2939 Carlâ€™s cell
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