Dyno Day event celebrates 20th year

Proceeds on Saturday, Oct. 3 go to BC Children's Hospital

BD Diesel Performance in Abbotsford is holding its 20th annual fall Dyno Day event on Saturday, Oct. 3.

The event runs from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Valley Fuel Injection, 33723 Maclure Rd., and involves testing the horsepower and torque of diesel vehicles.

Participants pay $50 to enter, and the highest horsepower of each class wins a cash prize of up to $2,500.

This year, BD Diesel has teamed up with the North West Dyno Circuit, which will provide a live feed for people in the U.S.

Proceeds from a barbecue lunch and $2 pull tabs go to the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. The owner/president of BD Diesel Performance and Valley Fuel Injection will match the donations.

A bouncy castle for the kids will also be on site.

For more information or to register, visit dieselperformance.com and click on the “Dyno Day” link at the top of the page.

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