Supported Tuning Softwares
Dyno Tuning Hourly Rate $150
Dyno Tunes w/ Hondata, Ktuner, UpRev or Crome - $600/$500
- Turbo / Supercharger Applications $600
- All Motor / Naturally aspirated Applications $500
Dyno Tune w/ AEM - HP Tuners - Haltech - Megasquirt $750/$600
- Turbo / Supercharger Applications $750
- All Motor / Naturally aspirated Applications $600
Dyno Pulls (Includes 3 Pulls) $175
Do you need a Dyno Tune?
A dyno tune is intended to optimize the drivability of your vehicle after performance parts have been installed. A dyno tune may be required depending on the modifications completed. Some modifications that may require tuning include but are not limited to upgrading to bolt-on pieces such as intake, downpipe, exhaust, upgrading turbo build setup, upgraded/changed fuel injectors, upgraded/changed fuel and/or upgraded cams.
What's included in a dyno tune?
Is your car ready for a dyno tune?
+ Tire health -
Tires cannot display tread. Unhealthy tires are a safety hazard on rolling dynos.
+ Ride Height -
Extremely lowered cars cannot sit on the dyno without having the oil pan hit the rollers. For the sake of ensuring the vehicle can sit on the dyno without clearance issues, have the lowest part on the underbelly of the vehicle (IE exhaust, oil pan, etc.) at least 3" off the ground.
+ Alignment -
A car will have optimal power when there is not resistance to keeping your vehicle straight on a dyno. If the alignment is so far off, the vehicle may sway during a pull and we cannot complete the tune.
+ Mechanically sound -
Ensure your vehicle is free of fluid leaks. Ensure all mechanical parts are tightened and up to maintenance specifications for your make/model/motor set up
+ Verified parts are HP Rated -
Ensure all components of your vehicle (IE. Clutch, head, block, turbo, wastegate, etc.) are rated to your HP goals. We discuss your HP goals and set up prior to tuning, but ensuring your goals are met with the parts you have on your vehicle prior ensures a successful tune.