Event: Pro Dyno Cruise-In

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Cruise for a Cause

Pro Dyno’s rescheduled customer-appreciation day had a great turnout and helped those in need

By Steve Turner
Photos by Pro Dyno

Running a high-performance shop is a daunting business proposition. People want faster cars, but they don’t have to have faster cars. Fortunately, most of us reading this really want faster cars, but without customers a shop won’t have its bay doors open for long. As such, it’s definitely worth celebrating the people that bring their cars through those doors.

The Holley family—Derek Holley, Mary Beth Holley, and Austin Holley—was among the attendees at the Pro Dyno Cruise-In. The event was also supported by several vendors, including Hilbish Ford, Kooks Custom Headers, Latemodel Restoration, Lethal Performance, and Suntech Tinting.
The Holley family—Derek Holley, Mary Beth Holley, and Austin Holley—was among the attendees at the Pro Dyno Cruise-In. The event was also supported by several vendors, including Hilbish Ford, Kooks Custom Headers, Latemodel Restoration, Lethal Performance, and Suntech Tinting.

In the case of Pro Dyno in Ft. Mill, South Carolina, the shop was all set to have its annual cruise-in for just that reason, but bad weather forced them to reschedule the date. Fortunately, its rain date on November 15, worked out quite well.

Said gathering included the aforementioned cruise-in along with a dyno shootout, dyno pulls, a raffle, 50/50 Prizes, and a free lunch. Pro Dyno even offered a cash prize to the car with the top rear-wheel horsepower. It wasn’t just about fun, however, the Pro Dyno crew was also in the holiday spirit, as they set out to gather food for those in need.

You’ve gotta love a bright yellow Cobra, and Ryan Gullet definitely attracted some attention with his ride.
You’ve gotta love a bright yellow Cobra, and Ryan Gullet definitely attracted some attention with his ride.

“At our open house, we had about 250 cars, collected 500 cans of food and $200 in cash donations to donate to the Pilgrim’s Inn of Rock Hill, South Carolina!” Pro Dyno’s Jeremy Marler said. “Our rain date was definitely a success!”

So, whether you were there or you just love checking out some high-performance Mustangs, we are here for you to recap the day.

The Terminators were out in force at the Pro Dyno event, and Wes King’s Comp Orange Cobra is upgraded with a Whipple supercharger and a True Forged intercooler tank.
The Terminators were out in force at the Pro Dyno event, and Wes King’s Comp Orange Cobra is upgraded with a Whipple supercharger and a True Forged intercooler tank.
Ross Smith brought out his sharp, Kenne Bell-boosted Cobra convertible.
Ross Smith brought out his sharp, Kenne Bell-boosted Cobra convertible.
Pro Dyno put a 2015 Mustang GT on its dyno and it put down 400 rear-wheel horsepower in stock form. After Pro Dyno main man Dan Desio tuned it, the car made 410 hp and 388 lb-ft of torque at the wheels.
Pro Dyno put a 2015 Mustang GT on its dyno and it put down 400 rear-wheel horsepower in stock form. After Pro Dyno main man Dan Desio tuned it, the car made 410 hp and 388 lb-ft of torque at the wheels.

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