LOL Rick, you beat me to my question...I was going to ask what you guys thought about the Mustang, one of my local speedshops has a brand new 1750AmazonRacing said:But now one of my good friends just got a mustang dyno. This thing is awesome! You can simulate any road conditions with it.
A true load factor is easily done also.
After this season I will be looking into a mustang dyno.
that's the guy I was referring to.....Got Incon? said:I don't know where one is in Maryland, but I know Greg Banish @ Detroit Speedworks has one and I would trust him with anything I own.
That's a great point, a wideband can't pick up a bad spark map. To totally safeguard any tune, a knock sensor would also be ideal to get the TOTAL street tuning experience. Like a wideband, their not cheap either.Got Incon? said:Another tool is the Snap-On ears for listening to inaudible detonation. I've tuned on the road with a handheld WBO2 meter and the ears.