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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-29-2008, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for a little more speed out of my stock 08 with a Hunterworks sheeve. Will do exhaust next year, but want to bump up the rev limiter now.

Seems like you only have to buy the single MSD or both parts of the Dynatec to get the same results.....

Who has the best prices ?

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my only experience with MSD is in the drag racing world and their products are flawless there. Not sure about Rhinos. I do run a Dynatek and very happy on my Rhino. it is the 660 though, not exactly the same

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programmable Dynatek



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maybe I'm missing something, but it looks like you need to buy 2 parts to get full advantage of the dynatek setup ??
and only one part is available so far ??

Like I said, I'm just shooting to bump the rev limiter right now, but want to do exhaust and intake next year and maybe even a stroker - so is the dynatek the correct way to go at this point, then have to buy more stuff later....

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I have the hunterworks Sheave on my 700,that got me to 50-51,installed the Dynatec ECU and can hit 52-53 but it gets there alot quicker
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maybe I'm missing something, but it looks like you need to buy 2 parts to get full advantage of the dynatek setup ??
and only one part is available so far ??

Like I said, I'm just shooting to bump the rev limiter right now, but want to do exhaust and intake next year and maybe even a stroker - so is the dynatek the correct way to go at this point, then have to buy more stuff later....
Yes and later when you do your other stuff, add the fuel controller



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The programmer for the Dynatek is now available

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The programmer for the Dynatek is now available
wow where have you been. its been available for a long time now??
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wow where have you been. its been available for a long time now??
I know its been out a long time, I was replying to ljb.

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