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Old 05-23-2010, 05:12 PM
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sarver dyno day?

I heard rumors about a dyno day in sarver sometime in june does anybody have any info on this?
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I haven't heard anything about it. I went last year to the dyno day in sarver and had fun. Let me know if you hear anything, I would def go.
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will do i want to see what my truck will lay down
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got this info off of cummins forum

The guys at SARVER AUTOMOTIVE will be hosting their annual dyno event on June 26. Sarver is located about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. The cost will be $65 for 3 pulls, first truck should be on the rollers at 9 am. As in the past there will be food and drinks. There will be a NAPA toolbox or tool cart with drawers awarded to the entrant with the most consistent 3 dyno pulls. There will also be alot of door prizes given away. I'm not real sure on the sponsors, I'll post them when I have more info. Brandon can answer any questions you guys may have at 724-353-1000, or ask me. Hope to see alot of you guys there. Thanks Steve B.

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got this info off of cummins forum

The guys at SARVER AUTOMOTIVE will be hosting their annual dyno event on June 26. Sarver is located about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. The cost will be $65 for 3 pulls, first truck should be on the rollers at 9 am. As in the past there will be food and drinks. There will be a NAPA toolbox or tool cart with drawers awarded to the entrant with the most consistent 3 dyno pulls. There will also be alot of door prizes given away. I'm not real sure on the sponsors, I'll post them when I have more info. Brandon can answer any questions you guys may have at 724-353-1000, or ask me. Hope to see alot of you guys there. Thanks Steve B.
Thanks for the info, I will def try and make it again this year.
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Old 06-01-2010, 07:45 AM
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im gonna try to make it up there if i dont have anything going on
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i really wanna see what my truck lays down with all the mods i did
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i really wanna see what my truck lays down with all the mods i did
I'm gonna guess your close to me. Maybe less with a D66, around 430 or 440
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Old 06-02-2010, 12:10 PM
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but i also have bigger fuel than you so idk might be pretty close i would be really happy with 440 to the rear
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