NEVCA is having Dyno Day at Pro Tree Performance in Hudson, NH. Dana Lobardozzi has invited us to his facility for a nice quiet and peaceful day of Dyno pulls, so bring your ear plugs.
Where: Pro Tree Performance is at 120 Ferry Street, Hudson, NH 03051(just over the Mass line)
When:Saturday, May 5th, 9:30 am
How: Sign up at EVITE.com (both spectators and participants)
There are just 10 slots open, so to have your car tested on the dyno please sign up early via pre-pay. Simply go to www.PayPal.com, log in and send a $55 payment to email@example.com. If your new to PayPal, itís easy to set up an account. The deadline for signing up is April 21st.
Here is your chance of seeing what your Viper has under the hood, whether it is factory, or you just did some modifications. Your stock Viper has much more power and torque than the factory rating. Dana has offered to give us 3 Pulls on his Dynojet for $55.00 and you will receive a printed chart with Air & Fuel Ratio and RWHP and RWTQ. If Dana can make any minor adjustments or provide advice to make your car better, he will and for free.
There have been many impressive results, such as:
Jerry Colpits - 749 RWHP and 841 RWTQ
Tim Cloutier - 630 RWHP and 764 RWTQ.
Aaron Bennette - Shelby Mustang 731 RWHP and 675 RWTQ
Aaron's - Camaro 677 RWHP
Last year there were spectators stopping by all day, one visitor said there was a little league game down the road and they could all hear the loud roar that sounded like top fuel dragsters. Other attractions have included Aaron's F650 monster pickup truck, Dave Kenney's Lamborgini, Peter Wolczik's Cobra replica and there was a herd of supercharged Mustangs from the SmokinStangs car club.
This is a great way to spend the day milling about with all of your fellow Viper Club members. Dana is a great guy and very knowledgeable about Vipers. At Pro Tree Performance they do all sorts of work. It is a great time to ask those questions you might have about that project you want to have done. Dana will again be firing up his grill, his offerings have been burgers, hot dogs, and tortias. There is also a Dairy Queen across the street.
also see www.protreeperformance.com