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Return to SR Racing
By Igor Sushko
Jul 18, 2004, 13:49

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May 22nd, 2004
AF Nissan 350Z on the dyno SR Racing's Jim Schings administering the SuperFlow dyno An enormous screen readout of the dyno output on the wall SR Racing's specialty is the Formula Vee cars A flow bench to optimize engine performance A customer's Mustang engine getting ready to be rebuilt The engine dyno A look at the engine dyno from the outside Thank you SR Racing!
The AF Z yet again traveled to SR Racing for another dyno tune session to ensure that no troubles will be experienced during the Players Run, which takes place from June 5-12.
The air-fuel ratio and timing was quite good with no manipulation being necessary, so we decided to take some pictures of SR Racing's wonderful facility. Operated by Jim and Greg Schings (Father and Son), the building features a flow bench, a chassis dyno (inertial and eddy current), an engine dyno, and lots of vacant room. SR Racing focuses on building Formula Vee engines.

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