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    Tadpole
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    Hi,

    Just wondered what the average cost of a Dyno run is where you are.
    Does it cost per run? Can it be discounted for multiple runs, for testing filters
    or some other easy swap parts.

    Going to make some calls to get local WA prices tomorrow but just wanted to know the etqiutte/lingo/enough not to sound like a complete dork.

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    Ambian307
    2002 307 XSE 2.0L Manual

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    Have to say, you're a very keen 307 owner

    I don't know any other 307 owners who are so into increasing the performance of their cars - they just don't seem to be that kind of car or something? I do have to say, the best bang-for-your-buck change you could make to your 307 is tyres. Goodyear GS-D3's are very nice on the 307.

    Good luck though What are you wanting to achieve from the dyno run?
    I look forward to seeing scans of the graphs.

    Derek.

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    i have heard talk of up to $100/hr for dyno time but i am sure there are guys here that use them all the time that would know a lot more

    also out here in the bush is a bit dearer than in the city
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo
    i have heard talk of up to $100/hr for dyno time but i am sure there are guys here that use them all the time that would know a lot more

    also out here in the bush is a bit dearer than in the city
    approx. $60 should get you a few power runs from a friendly operator. If you start mucking around with things then you'd be looking at their hourly charge.

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    Hourly rate for tuning where I go is $100.

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    $66 for a couple of runs for power and torque at the wheels and a print out.
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    Sorry for the long reply time!!

    I am very keen to do some more to the 307, I like the car as it is but if I can squeeze a little more than I will (Do the same with everything though, puters, cars, friends... haha) Plus, no offence to any other 307 owners but most 307 owners I see in Perth are twice my age...maybe more on the conservative side... (and by no offence I mean to those 307 owners who are older and more conservative than I but like tuning cars )

    Genie Performance Exhausts in Perth said they usually charge about $60 for two runs back to back, that includes graphs and a quote:'sniffer up its butt' to check how well its burning. For another $25 they do a DB test at the same time.

    Thanks for the replies guys,

    Ambian307
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