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#1 Ragnarok0451

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Posted 24 May 2018 - 12:34 AM

Alright so I had headers and mid pipes installed and wanted to get it dyno tuned but I've hit a snag. No where around here has an awd dyno. The few that do are for imports and are too small for the wheel base of the truck. I've had a few places say they could unhook the front drive shaft and dyno it in 2wd that way but I'm a little hesitant. I wanted to see if anyone has done this before and how did it work out for you? Any issues? Any concerns about damaging the truck by doing this? Should I go this route or find an alternative method to tune it? Thanks in advance
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#2 Aldofashow

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Posted 24 May 2018 - 10:43 AM

If you wanna blow your transfer case into pieces that’s a good way to do it you can’t just remove your front driveshaft mine is Just street tuned I’m guessing most AWD guys go this route finding a dyno that fits our trucks is a problem
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Posted 25 May 2018 - 01:05 AM

Zippy did a great job on my tune.  You just have to contact him and he can tune it as well as other vendors here.


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