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Old 02-09-2010, 11:12 AM
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Dyno Day NY

Hey guys I just got this email from upstate bombers. Just wanted to spread the word. I will be back from the middle east by then and should be able to take my truck, my dads dodge and my brothers dodge. I dont know if anyone already posted this but here is the email. This should be a good time.



"JULY 24th
9am-when done


Where: Jim Ford's Dyno service in Fulton,NY
Cost: 75.00 for 3 runs very flexable on the 3 runs
Directions:

From thruway:

Exit 39, pay toll follow signs for state hwy 690 west, take to end go thru light, 690 turns into st hwy 48, go about 6-7 miles to pinnacle hill road(on the left side)I will try and put up a sign, go left on pinnacle hill rd about 1 mile or so and look for cone by driveway, turn left and take driveway outback of garage and park.

From 81 North:

81 north to 690 west, will turn into state hwy 690, and follow above directions.

From 81 South:

81 South to 690 west, will turn into state hwy 690, and follow above directions."
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Old 02-09-2010, 01:54 PM
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It was just announced today/last night.

I went last year, it was a fun time. I think I ended up doing closer to 7 runs on they dyno. It was a blast.

Just an FYI, really tall trucks wont fit, it is in a garage. I know there was one chevy with a 6" lift and 35's that fit, but anything bigger would probably have issues. I'm not sure duallys would fit either. I can find out though.
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Old 02-09-2010, 02:15 PM
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Yeah my dads dodge is a dually. Thats the one we wanna dyno the most seeing as it should be right up there. Im pretty sure I saw a vid on youtube of a dually dynoed in a garage but I dont know if it is at the same place this year as last year. Its about a 2 1/2-3 hour drive for us so thats not to bad.
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Old 02-09-2010, 03:48 PM
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I've got pics and vids of everyone from last year, no duallys were there at this place anyways... I think they'll fit into the garage, but you will probably need to remove the outside wheels.
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Old 02-09-2010, 07:59 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpQW_Of2sWw

Is this the same place they will be holding it at. This looks like a dually but I could be wrong. Im just going by the front rims and they are aussie stacks which are normally on a dually but the vid quality is crappy and it really doesnt show the back of the truck. This is the vid I was talkin about. The date is 07 so that was 2 years ago.
What was the highest hp truck there last year. Do you know if any of the gambinos were there.
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That is the place. Sorry forgot about this thread!

There were a couple chevy's that were over 500hp. Jimmy (the half owner of upstate diesel performance) should be closer to 700hp this year with his duramax, but I don't know if he'll run on the dyno or not.

There were only two fords last year, me, and my buddy. Just programmed 6.0's, nothing special. Hoping to have more this year.
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Old 04-14-2010, 08:43 AM
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We are kinda hopin my dads dodge puts down 650 or so maybe. I dunno though. Hope the dually fits.
Ill prolly just bring my truck for the heck of it. Might break 300 haha. Prolly not though.
Maybe I will find a dealership near by and test drive a 6.7 for about an hour. Brothers truck should do about 400. It should be fun. I know a couple more guys that im gunna try and get to go.
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im still stock, hoping to have my mods done by then, if so ill show up!
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im still stock, hoping to have my mods done by then, if so ill show up!
Come out either way, you can still come and watch, you don't have to run. It's a fun time.
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Come out either way, you can still come and watch, you don't have to run. It's a fun time.
ya good point. defiantly worth going anyway! ill defiantly try and make it then
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