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Mapping and dyno services

TDi North are able to offer full dyno tuning facilities in-house on our 4WD rolling road.

We are authorised HKS Power writers and Hondata dealers and can map most types of ECU's making us one of the premier "Tuners" in the North West.

TDi North

Give us a call if your interested in extracting a little more from your cars potential, interested in doing a power run to see just how much you have or even setting up a rolling road day.
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Can you give us some sort of idea price wise please regarding a full dyno test
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Can you give us some sort of idea price wise please regarding a full dyno test
A simple dyno run starts from 40. Tuning is normally a fixed price depending upon ECU type. Diagnostics is 76.00 if you come to us with a running fault.

What we have been doing for new customers that are purchasing tuning packages from us is giving them a base dyno run for free before we start the work if they want it. That way they can see exactly what their car is making before the work goes ahead. Then in the future they can always return and see just how well they are doing using the same dyno so giving realistic figures.

No point going to 5 dyno days on different dyno's and having 5 sets of different results as they will mean absolutley nothing. Always best to stick to the same one.
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Cheers I think I will be paying you a visit
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