When it’s time for your car to get a dyno tune-up, there are certain things that you will likely start to notice. It may not run as smoothly as it used to or when you’re trying to merge into traffic, you might notice that it’s not as quick to accelerate as it once was. Overall, you’re likely to find that the automobile is using more fuel and its performance is consistently falling off. It’s likely to be just a few little things first, but if you don’t get that tune-up, it can start to have a dramatic impact on the way the vehicle operates.
You might be interested to know that there’s a big difference between taking your automobile in for dyno tuning and taking it to someone that plans on doing everything the old-fashioned way. First and foremost, it’s important to know that an old-fashioned tune-up is just fine if you’re driving an old car. Newer automobiles, however, simply can’t be worked on in the same manner. Virtually everything is computer-controlled, there is no carburettor, and the system is much more complex overall. This is where dyno tuning comes in.
If you bring your car into our shop for a tune-up, we’ll put it on the machine and let the computer tell us exactly what’s going on and where the focus needs to be. That way, we know where to pinpoint our efforts so that you get your vehicle back as quickly as possible and nothing is missed as far as returning your car’s performance back to normal. There is no doubt that this form of automobile tune-up is the fastest, most complete form for today’s cars. It also ensures that the job is done as precisely as possible, plus it gives us an opportunity to run the machine one more time before the car is turned back to you in order to ensure that everything is operating just as it should be.