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Old 04-26-05, 10:46 PM
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How about a Dyno for next year

How about next year a have a "Dyno Review". You could have a small prize for each generation winner, and a bigger prize for the ROTARY with the highest HP # overall.
I heard there was one in 2004? This would also be a great all weather activty. Just an Idea...
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there was a dyno there the first 2 years, it usually doesnt work out. everyone is all hyped to get it there and when its there nobody uses it. and since it comes in on a trailer its not an "all weather" activity really.
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Originally Posted by billzrx7
there was a dyno there the first 2 years, it usually doesnt work out. everyone is all hyped to get it there and when its there nobody uses it. and since it comes in on a trailer its not an "all weather" activity really.

Give prizes and they will come.
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