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Posted by d0nut m3 on September 12, 2000 at 16:51:17:

In Reply to: SF Bay Area E36 M3 Dyno Day posted by ///Alf on September 12, 2000 at 12:17:31:

I'd like to put together a Bay Area E36 M3 Dyno Day at Dynospot Racing. They can only do one dyno
day per month and so far the month of October is open. Saturday October 21st is the date that's available. I need
a show of hands of people who will dyno their cars.....we'll have a dynamite dyno day if we can get 10-12 cars up on the dyno. The cost is $75 per car which can get you up to an hour of dyno time on their DynoJet 248H......however, on dyno days most cars only run about 3-4 times if they're not testing new settings/adjustments/parts. You can also do air/fuel ratio at the same time for a little more, $125.

Dynospot Racing is located at 126 Calderon Ave in Mountain View. They have a website, They specialize in chip programming (they're an authorized GIAC retailer)
and dynotesting for European cars. The owner, Dick Chiang, is a BMW enthusiast and owns a 2.5L E30 M3 that puts out some 216hp at the wheels!!

Feel free to email or call me with any questions.

Alphonsus Cheng
Genentech, Inc.
South San Francisco
Toxicology Dept
650-225-2797 (fax)
[email protected]

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