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    Cool Going to the dyno

    I am thinking about taking the v to the dyno. Just wondering if anyone has ever heard of JnJ performance out of cape coral Fl. If you have heard anything, I hope it was good becuase I dont have to many options. If anyone can recommend a good tuner in swfl that would be great too. Thanks


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    Re: Going to the dyno

    Fasterproms.net he tunes all my gm cars.

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    Also make sure they pull your ABS fuse and do the pulls in 4th gear TUTD.

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    +1 on the abs fuse. My runs are all in third gear so don't worry too much if that's what they want to do.

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    I should start pulling the ABS fuse when I dyno. I think I just sit there and allow my supercharger to heatsink when I turn T/C off and let the car turn off the ABS system for me by accelerating it on the dyno. Never really took the time to take the ABS fuse out not sure what I have been thinking. Great points.

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    What does not pulling the abs fuse do?

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    That way the ABS and T/C are off manually and you don't have to wait for the ECM to over ride them. Even if you hold the T/C button is never really shuts it completely off so by pulling the fuse you kill it.

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    Basically the traction control system, even when in the "off" or "competition driving mode" still engages, not allowing the dyno operator to get more than roughly 1,500 - 2,000 rpm out of it before the system engages. Pulling the ABS fuse is one way to do it and the way I did it in subsequent dyno/tuning sessions before even putting the car on the dyno. However, the first time, since we were dyno'ing mine on an above ground DynoJet 248C, it was up on the lift already, and I just crawled under the back of the car quickly and popped the electrical connector off the wheel speed sensors.

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    Re: Going to the dyno

    Quote Originally Posted by CMNTMXR57 View Post
    I just crawled under the back of the car quickly and popped the electrical connector off the wheel speed sensors.
    Much more difficult but does the trick in a pinch.....


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