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V & E Rigoli Dyno Day


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Hey Guys and Girls sorry about the heaps late notice but if yous have nothing to do this Sunday 15th

Autobarn Bankstown is hosting a Dyno Day with our good mates at V & E Rigoli

$50 for 2 runs Includes breakfeast & drinks

Prizes and giveaways on the day

Address is Unit 9, 442 Victoria St Wetherill Park 2164

Will be nice seeing yous there =o)

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how do these days work? my car is stock at the moment but going to have a crap load of mods going in soon so would be good to get a before and then later down the track compare. Do i just rock up??

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how do these days work? my car is stock at the moment but going to have a crap load of mods going in soon so would be good to get a before and then later down the track compare. Do i just rock up??

Yeah mate first in first served

Mine is stock also I just wanna get some numbers


Yes 4wd dyno

Will be alot of coverage like the guys from mighty car mods will be doin some fliming

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Mainline or dyno dynamics ? Il be there about 9 or 10am yiewww

So it's at v&e riggoli wetheril park? Not autobahn bankstown?

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What a day! Good to see a few SAU guys there too and a suprise appearance from our club president! :merli:

Got there at 11:00am and was 51 on the list, got on the dyno at 5:15pm :dry: .

The Powertune RB28 R34GTR took the cake with over 600 all wheel killer wasps!

Somehow I went from 288RWKW last year when I got it tuned, to 211AWKW...so maybe it needs to be checked on the dyno.

Still feels strong though, and I don't take dyno readouts too seriously, so maybe the drags will tell me in MPH how it's going!

Pics will be up later.

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