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Discussion in 'West' started by Mizark347, Jan 30, 2018.
hmmmm, ive been looking to get my L retuned/cammed and the exhaust redone.
I've got a full list of mods on my wheel well page https://wheelwell.com/corey-wright/1msg/2011-ford-mustang . Bret Barber out of Arizona ported it. He does amazing work and is the go-to for a lot of racers in the community.
Sweet, would like to check out the shop sometime
TRIED TO CONTACT YOU IN REGARDS TO TUNING MY 04 COBRA SVT I FACEBOOK MESSAGED YOU AS WELL AS PHONE LINE WASNT GOING THROUGH PLEASE GET BACK TO ME WILL BE BOOKING TOMMOROW WITH YOU OR BLUE OVAL WOULD BE INTERESTED IN YOU GUYS AS YOUR CLOSER TO HOME AND I WILL BE COMING UP MARCH 29 FIRST THING
Sorry for the inconvenience but as we discussed, we are currently looking for a new shop location so the dyno is not operable at the moment. I would still be interested in the opportunity to tune your cobra but I understand if you would like to get it on a dyno.
Any word on a new shop? Looking to have a couple of parts installed and a tune on my 2015 procharged mustang
Ask for matt @ turbo tech.... Tell him dusten sent you
Thanks for the advice. I'm still debating if I should go with a dyno tune or a lund/pbd remote tune. What do you think?
it depends on your skills. Remote tuning takes a lot of effort on your part. Getting correct logs, understanding what your car is doing, and relaying that to the tuner, risking legal issues getting the logs. I have been remote tuning my lightning for almost a decade. I wish we had a solid lightning shop local.