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Does anyone know of any good Dynos in the Seattle area to get a baseline for my truck before I start modding it. I would prefer someplace within an hour or so and it doesn't have to be a dyno that will handle high HP. I'm only looking to get rid of all this crap choking down my engine and add a little extra towing power.
 

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in one of the Diesel World mag's, they had an acticle on Dyno's through out the USA. You could prabably email them to find an answer to your question.

hope this helps. :peelout
 

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Closest "diesel-friendly" dyno to Kirkland would be DDP's (Dynomite Diesel Performance) out in Monroe. Lenny's the owner - he'll hook you up. Another alternative would be The Powershop in Enumclaw - probably a little more than an hour away for you, though. Good luck!
 

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Closest "diesel-friendly" dyno to Kirkland would be DDP's (Dynomite Diesel Performance) out in Monroe. Lenny's the owner - he'll hook you up. Another alternative would be The Powershop in Enumclaw - probably a little more than an hour away for you, though. Good luck!
Per Google Maps

Kirkland to Monroe (city to city)
20.2 mi – about 27 mins
up to 35 mins in traffic

Kirkland to Enumclaw
45.0 mi – about 58 mins
up to 1 hour 30 mins in traffic

Looks like DDP is half as far, Both shops have great guys :thumbsup
 

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northwest truck performance off of maple valley highway in maple valley also has a dyno
 
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