We are here to provide the Inland Northwest and beyond with mobile dynamometer services. Our Mobile Mustang Dyno is compatible with FWD, RWD and AWD drivetrains, and can help your shop build the rapport you are looking for with new and existing clientele. Whether you are putting on a “Dyno Day” event, using the Dyno for drivability testing and diagnostics, or helping your customers find the horsepower they are after with dyno tuning, we can help make it happen. Contact us today for pricing and booking!
We can tune several platforms at either a per hour fee or flat fee for a tune, depending on the situation. If you would prefer to tune yourself or have your own tuner you prefer to work with, we offer dyno services only, at a slightly reduced price. Fleet prices are available for regular customers.
We can offer in person or virtual tuning classes at your location. Private, semi-private or group classes are available with our expert tuner, Jeff Rogers.
We can also perform modifications and repairs to your car or pickup. If our schedule is full we can recommend one of our partner shops to better meet your needs.
Our Mustang brand portable dyno can test most all wheel drive, front wheel drive and rear wheel drive cars and pickups.
1,500 horsepower peak measurement capacity
190 mph maximum speed rating
Outer track width of rollers is 80"
Capable of running AWD vehicle wheel bases from approximately 88" to 116"
(2wd drive vehicles do not have a wheel base limit... within reason!)
Jeff has over 15 years dyno tuning experience, he has been an
ASE Certified Master Automotive Technician since 1993 and has been a Drag Racer since the early '80's. He takes great pride in his work and attention to detail.
Jade has had a love for cars since she was little. Her greatest automotive passion is for Subarus and she is currently a Subaru Ambassador. She has an AAS degree in auto collision & refinishing and is a very competent self taught auto technician.
We were finally able to take delivery of our brand new Dyno in Late August 2021. As excited as we are to have it in our possession now, unfortunately, that doesn’t leave us with much time before “car season” comes to a close in the PNW. Feel free to check our "Events" tab to see upcoming events. We expect a full calendar for the 2022 season!