Rare Audi RS6 on our awd Mustang Dyno
Brian’s super clean 1998 Acura NSX came in for a check up. Biggest complaint was the car was not reaching operating temperature. We found and replaced a faulty thermostat.
Audi R8 V10 in for some dyno pulls
Customer brought in his 2010 Audi R8 V10 for some baseline numbers. Put down a strong 498 all-wheel-hp bone stock. It will be back to dyno again after some upgrades.
413whp on sequential BNR Stage 3 Turbos!
A customer’s car with our IRP stage 2 porting put down 413 corrected wheel hp on our in-house Mustang dyno. This was done on pump gas with supporting mods.
Some pictures from our Open House and Dyno Day this past Sunday.
Jaguar F Type R rolled in.
Our Mustang AWD Load Control Dyno is up and running!
We have a brand new, in-house Mustang AWD dyno available for rental.
-Mustang Dyno is the leading standard in the tuner industry.
-AWD and 2WD compatible.
-Can candle in excess of 2000 wheel hp.
-Eddy current load control allows us to hold the engine at any rpm desired while making adjustments to the tune. This allows every cell in the map to be tuned. The result is a very well sorted tune with increased power, drivability, and safety. Anyone that straps a car to a dyno and does a few full throttle pulls and is done is doing you a huge disservice from a tuning perspective. The car may make peak hp, but drivability will suffer.
A note about other dynos: Most other dynos such as Dynojet are inertia dynos. The vehicle spins up a rotating drum. The dyno computer knows the weight of the drum and calculates how fast the vehicle spins it up and to what rpm, and gives a horsepower readout. Dynojets are great dynos for peak horsepower numbers, but they are a poor choice for tuning. A Mustang Dyno is an Eddy current dyno. Eddy current acts as a magnetic brake to apply load as the vehicle spins the rollers. This is similar to the resistance a vehicle encounters in the real world. The results are more accurate numbers and a safer, more accurate tune. While Mustang dyno numbers tend to be lower than Dynojet numbers, we can calculate Dynojet horsepower on our dyno as well.
Introductory Special: 3 pulls for $99
We will set up your car on the dyno and perform 3 power pulls, allowing cool down between pulls.
$199/hour. Discounts available for multiple hours and full day rentals.
Dyno time starts once the car is set up and ready for its first pull. You are responsible for providing your own tuner or we can provide you one. Since each tuner has their own pricing, this will be discussed on a case by case basis.
There will be a $50 cleanup surcharge for any fluids leaked onto the dyno.
A vehicle inspection is recommended to make sure the car is safe prior to dyno tuning.
Rotary Engine Tuning:
Our in-house tuner is available by appointment. John Renna has been an RX-7 owner and rotary engine enthusiast for many years. Purchasing his first 3rd generation RX-7 back while he was in high school, John gradually took it from completely stock to a full blown track car. He can frequently been seen at New Jersey Motorsports Park tracking his RX-7 or Miata. John learned through first hand experience working on his own cars. Working as a full time engineer, John enjoys tuning rotary engines in his downtime. He is an expert tuner that focuses on drivabilty, reliability, and useable power. Let us tune your car. We guarantee you will be amazed at the difference.
-Apexi Power FC
Tunes start at $699 and include dyno time.
All tuning with John Renna must be booked through IR Performance. Call us for scheduling.