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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Anyone have any strong suggestions for a Northern California / Bay Area dyno shop they would recommend? I'm interested in ...
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    NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop

    Anyone have any strong suggestions for a Northern California / Bay Area dyno shop they would recommend? I'm interested in getting a bone-stock baseline run documented at this point.

    Even if you don't have any suggestions, any tips for finding and choosing a good shop for this purpose?

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    Re: NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop

    Considering that our #'s of '09 & up CTS-V owners are so few and far between, you might want to call a couple of these guys that I googled and see if any of them have any experience with the LSA motors.

    http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

    Might want to try user name "Qictrk" who, I believe, lives somewhere around Santa Cruz or somewhere up there just south of the bay area.

    Also, LS1Tech (Nine Ball's) forum is very weak with "09 & up CTS-V owners, but seems to have a reasonably large population of earlier CTS-V owners and they surely would have some contacts up in that area.

    CorvetteForum has got to have some Nor Cal peeps that have or know of dyno contacts up in that area

    If all else fails let me know and I will find out where all of the turbo Buicks dyno up there.

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    Re: NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop

    Excellent, thanks! I found both Newtech and TPS through Google, but it's nice to see that the Corvette guys speak highly of them. TPS looks likes it's about 15 min from my house!

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    Re: NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop

    Goto TPS Motorsports. The owner Mike is very nice and their team is very knowledgeable. He did alot of work on my Saleen Mustang.

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    Re: NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop

    I had a pulley/intake installed and tuned at Synergy Motorsports in Fremont w/ before/after dyno runs (search for my post, im too lazy to find it and link it).

    They'll also be installing my AR headers and lowering springs once they arrive (and re-tuning). Nothing but good experiences with them so far.

    -mike

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    Re: NorCal/Bay Area Dyno Shop

    Newtech uses a dynojet. Synergy uses a dynapak. Both are good tuners.

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