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post #1 of 3 Old 05-18-2008, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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NorCal Dyno Day June 7th

Jefferson State Diesel and House of Diesel are having thier first Dyno Day of 2008. The Dyno Day will take place on June 7th at the House of Diesel in Redding CA at 8715 Airport Rd. That's two weeks before the J&H Ralley so if anyone wants to test before the Compattion its a great oppertunity to see the compatition and get some testing. Don't miss a fun day in the sun.




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Thats cool I plan hitting the rally on the 20th my boys and I whent last year and they want to go again

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Dont miss out if you live near Redding or even in the Sac. area. It's not that bad of a drive, we go to shows every couple of weeks in the area. It's a good chance to see what kind of power your truck really puts down. If your not putting out the Horsepower that you payed for, your either lossing on your investment or might have an underlaying problem that could eventually damage your vehicle.


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