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tnturbo
05-15-2003, 06:13 PM
$45 for 3 pulls can happen on either the 24th or 31st of May. Anyone interested post up. Even if you don't dyno your car you are welcome to come out and watch. Date will be determined by majority of participants vote.

Big Daddy
05-15-2003, 07:29 PM
Well my car will be down at True Blue then getting its new engine put in...SO I won't be able to make it! :( :(

bitn03
05-16-2003, 09:13 PM
Count me in!!!!!!!:D

tnturbo
05-16-2003, 11:05 PM
Looks like the 31st is going to be the day bitn03 how does that work for you? How about a little bit of info on your car as well? Do you know where ACC is?

Hazman
05-16-2003, 11:17 PM
I am a new member here in Knoxville and would like to meet some other local SCMC members. Count me in. I have a 97 Cobra vert. Mods K&N and a Diablo chip. I plan to pull the chip so I can baseline before starting any mods . Either weekend would work for me. Location?

cobrabitn
05-16-2003, 11:18 PM
Jeff,

We need to know all of the information on this dyno day? We have more members in TN then you probably know so if you give me details then I'll send it out to the club. We can also post it on the front of the website.

Thanks,

Tony

tnturbo
05-16-2003, 11:53 PM
Tony, here is as much info as I can provide. If anyone has specific questions or wants a local contact my email address is jmiller74@earthlink.net Based on input from those already going, the date is going to be May 31st. The location is going to be Air Cooled Classics. ACC is located on Lexington Drive. Take the Lovell Rd. Exit off I-40. If you are on 40 west, exit Lovell Rd. make a right turn at the end of the ramp, take the next right (there is a closed down gas station there) and proceed down Lexington, stay on that road until you see the shop on the right. You will see an enclosed race car trailer sitting near the road. Once you are on Lexington, you can't miss the shop. Best place to park is in the parking lot that borders ACC on the west side. They have a dynojet dyno with wideband O2. The cost is going to be $45 (if we get enough cars, otherwise it will be $50) for 3 pulls. The guy who is coordinating all this is Don Peruski his email address is djperuski@comcast.net if you want to have your car dynoed, please send him an email. He is maintaining the "official" list of who is going to be pulling. Exact start time isn't set in stone yet, but will most likely be 10 AM. If you need to come later, that can be accomodated as well. Shop closes at 4pm.

tnturbo
05-17-2003, 12:06 AM
For those interested, this one is definitely going to happen. If you think you want to go email me and/or Don ASAP.

bitn03
05-17-2003, 07:58 PM
Mods...catback, K&N.......On order is xpipe, headers, and smaller pulley. Probably won't have all completed by 31st but I will be there!!!!:thumbsup:

bitn03
05-17-2003, 08:02 PM
Can I be there about 1 or 2 pm?

tnturbo
05-17-2003, 09:51 PM
Should be fine. Go ahead and email Don and let him know what time you want to come out.

bitn03
05-18-2003, 09:23 PM
Thanks...see you there!!!!!!!!:D

tnturbo
05-22-2003, 07:29 PM
Just bringing this back to the top and letting those already signed up know it looks like we will be getting the lower price :bounce: :thumbsup: Still have room for a few more.

tnturbo
05-22-2003, 07:31 PM
If anyone gets lost, the number for the shop is 777-dyno let it ring as it might be hard to hear over cars and may take a minute for someone to answer.

SlowCobra
05-23-2003, 07:15 PM
Jeff what time are you going? I will be there after school around noon. I want to see some people put up some good numbers.

tnturbo
05-30-2003, 05:19 PM
I'll probably be there around 11, Don is going to be starting at 10 since he is going to be tuning too on his KB blown car. Another tuner is going after that. I think after that the normal pulls will start. Looks like its going to be a pretty good turnout with only a few off brand cars, a new M3, a 3rd Gen Fbody, and I think a 4th Gen otherwise all Ford. See everybody there.