Ah, yes, here's a hold-harmless waiver I have to sign that says if my engine blows up, I won't sue DeMan. "The potential risks of running an automobile on a dynamometer have been explained to me," the waiver reads. Well, actually they haven't. Hey, Rick, what exactly are the risks? "If your car is in great shape, there are none," he says. "We're going to load it to the max, at the redline, for six or seven seconds. The biggest risk of all is that you find you're making less horsepower than you thought you were, and now you want to spend lots of money to get more."