KiLLeR_WoMBaT said:Okay all I need some more clarification (must be all the turkey I ate today).
Do you have to have your own Diablo or SCT tuner BEFORE going to a dyno shop or can you just take you car to a shop and have THEM reflash the ECM after a dyno / diagnostic? What's everyone's experience here?
I realize a shop would not use either of these tuners as they have to be returned to "stock" before being used on another car; but do these shops you all go to have other ways of reflashing the ECM that would be used on a multitude of cars? Does that make any sense?
Lastly and not really related (well, kind of): Does anyone know of a Dyno near Junction City / Manhattan / Fort Riley, Kansas?
KiLLeR_WoMBaT said:Thanks KJ,
I am leaning towards the SCT. I've just got to get over the Christmas hump (damn teenagers) before I purchase it. :winks I was just wondering out loud on how the whole tuner / dyno relationship worked. My only "performance" mod so far is the CAI and it's just the K&N one which most consider a waste. Since this CAI doesn't need a reflash, should I just wait until I get the exhaust or something to worry about tuning?
kj_cinci said:359 is under min sale price per SCT! He'll get in trouble, they are very hard on that and the dealers tell on each other! If he's local and have a good shop/tunes I'd hurry to get one!
I checked it and it seems it's the regular min price of 279 now... from VMP:
The ultimate hand held flasher. Holds up to 3 custom programs, datalogs w/two analog inputs, reads/clears codes, and connects to your PC with a standard USB cable. On-Device adjustments and on-device datalogging included.
3 Custom Programs included.
Our price: $379.00"
KiLLeR_WoMBaT said:Thank you guys! One question: Justin emailed the tunes? How does he create a tune for specific mods without ever seeing your car? I bet there is NO ONE around here that does this kind of stuff. If there is, then no one I know has a clue who or where they are.