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Old 10-09-2011, 07:31 PM   #31
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I offer a 92 tune and with tuning from me you get FREE tune updates so no worry about cost for new tunes for new mods

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Old 10-09-2011, 08:06 PM   #32
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I offer a 92 tune and with tuning from me you get FREE tune updates so no worry about cost for new tunes for new mods

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This is truly a great deal. i have paid an additional $35x3 for tunes to tweak my shift firmness and to have my 2nd 02 sensor turned off. plus i paid 399 initially for my tuner
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Old 10-10-2011, 07:46 AM   #33
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Hey Tom, How much do you charge for nitrous tuning again? i just wanna hit the focus with a 50 shot cause im on stock internals(=
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This is truly a great deal. i have paid an additional $35x3 for tunes to tweak my shift firmness and to have my 2nd 02 sensor turned off. plus i paid 399 initially for my tuner
Your kidding me ? thats $105.00 for tune updats + the 399.00 I thought fs charged 379.00 shipped ?
So you have now paid 504.00 for your NA tune ?

At least you had the balls to post that , good for you

I charge 250.00 for a Nitrous tune and you get FREE NA and Nitrous tunes so you will not be paying any more for NA tuning if you choose me for tuning

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Your kidding me ? thats $105.00 for tune updats + the 399.00 I thought fs charged 379.00 shipped ?
So you have now paid 504.00 for your NA tune ?

At least you had the balls to post that , good for you

I charge 250.00 for a Nitrous tune and you get FREE NA and Nitrous tunes so you will not be paying any more for NA tuning if you choose me for tuning

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my apologies it was $379 lol but still! so i have 484 invested in my na tune.......
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Old 10-10-2011, 03:17 PM   #36
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my apologies it was $379 lol but still! so i have 484 invested in my na tune.......
I was in the same palce as you.

I bought 2 "updates" from fswerks, and those updates were not even taking datalogs into consideration. When I mentioned that I ported my IM for my throttle body, Randy told me that that was stepping into the area of "Custom Tuning" and that he has an hourly rate and could cost close to $600 by the time it was done... He also told me that he was busy and wouldn't recomend going through the work for a NA motor.

I bought Tom's tune and, while I have been having a lot of trouble with MY PC and Xcal, he is a great tuner and has been very helpful.
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Old 10-13-2011, 09:59 PM   #37
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OK Tom, and anyone else who honestly knows and isnt just guessing. With my current tune would i cause damage or problems by running a 50 shot of nos? ive been wanting to run a nos kit for a while and ive got a good deal on one. im just scared ill blow my motor because of my 93 octane tune i currently have. What do you suggest?
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My opinion is you need a tune , more then you have more timing now then you had stock and a 50 shot requires - 1-2 deg of timing per 50 shot

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ok thanks Tom! your always super helpful!
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