Why Should OST Dyno Tune Your Vehicle?
Whether your tuning needs are for the street, track or land speed racing - we can help. With over 40 years of performance modification and tuning experience we can provide tuning support either locally on our “state of the art” Mustang AWD dyno or anywhere on the planet via email. We specialize in tuning Mopar and GM vehicles. The EMS software we use includes: HPTuners, FAST Xfi, BigStuff 3, Holley EFI, Haltech, and many other brands. Carburetor tuning is limited to Holley equipped vehicles. We also provide specialized testing services for businesses or customers wishing to test products in a controlled environment. Because our dyno is equipped with a 600hp electric Eddy-Current brake we are able to hold any vehicle no matter how powerful at any speed or load percentage. This is done to simulate the vehicle's weight, wind resistance, and traveling up a grade; every situation your vehicle will encounter on the road can be created on our dyno. We believe this gives us an advantage when it comes to an accurate, real-world tune. For in-house tuning expect tuning to take approximately 4-5 hours for forced induction applications and 2-3 hours for N/A applications. If you have any questions do not hesitate to call. Dyno sessions are by appointment only. Choose one of the options above for pricing information.
How Can You Best Prepare for a Tuning Session?
Below are a few things you should review before arrival at the shop:
- Be certain that your car has no fluid leaks.
- Verify that all engine sensors are working properly. If certain sensors are not reporting correctly we will not be able to properly tune your car.
- Verify that there are no exposed wires in the engine bay.
- Make sure that your car has fresh, quality fuel in it.
- Make sure your vehicle has the proper engine oil and transmission fluid levels. Below adequate levels could be catastrophic.
- Remove your slicks if possible! The cross-hatching on dyno rollers will eat through slicks very quickly. However, higher power cars will require some sort of drag radial. Additional fees will apply if we need to take your car off the dyno, swap tires, and strap it down again.
- If you are upgrading parts that play a large rule in how your car runs (like fuel injectors) wait to swap them on the dyno. Putting larger injectors in your vehicle without proper tuning could destroy an engine quickly.
- It's always a good idea to bring another set of spark plugs with you and a spare supercharger belt if applicable.
- Remember your tuning module and related hardware if applicable.