It's time to have those new parts installed or your vehicle tuned on our chassis dyno. Lets face it not everyone has the skills to install their new parts on their vehicle but we do. Our Langley, BC location is equipped with a full service installation facility that offers very competitive rates and is open 6 days a week for your convenience. Whether you need that new cat back exhaust, supercharger, lowering kit or brake upgrade installed, Mopac has you covered.
Are you curious to know how much power your vehicle actually makes? Our Langley, BC location offers proven before and after dyno results on our state of the art in ground chassis dyno. We can provide dyno results on vehicles capable of over 2,000 horsepower and speeds up to 200 miles per hour. We also offer complete custom dyno tuning and in many cases can get you upward of 50 additional horsepower on late model applications. Mopac can also simulate quarter mile runs for racers who want to know what to expect at the track. Give us a call or stop in today and find out why Mopac is the lower mainland’s number one dyno facility.
I brought my 64 Pontiac Parisienne in for some new parts... Excellent service, had a few laughs with the guys and my car runs great... I'm a fan of Mopac and the guys were awesome... 10/10
'68 Nova SS
Thanks to all the staff who assisted me with my new clutch yesterday in my 68 Nova SS, James, Erik and especially Nick who as always gets things done RIGHT.
I have owned my Nova 14 years and know every bolt, every specification, basically every little detail. The service before last Nick changed plugs and we did a fast dyno, our 1st dyno at Mopac, I like doing a dyno pull periodically to check A/F. My N/A small block (Aircared) made 473HP/474TQ on your Mustang Dyno and on Dyno Jet’s makes 523HP/500TQ.
Once again thanks to all who helped me out with the new McLeod Extreme street clutch and bellhousing install, painless experience and happy customer.
Now the PAIN starts, 300 to 500 miles of pussy-foot driving to break in the clutch!
Regards, Patrick Kramer