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Old November 6th, 2019, 09:54 AM   #21
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Do you tune on a dyno, or on the road?
Honestly it doesn't matter to me either way, if you can tune while i drive, that would work for me. I don't need a dyno, just a proficient tuner. I really don't care how much power it's making, just need it run good.

I only tune my own stuff on the road. I'm just giving you info on what to talk to the person tuning for you about. I'm just a hack that bought software once upon a time
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Old November 6th, 2019, 09:56 AM   #22
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I know this, when I got to Baker, it would not start or even pop. When I got home, (almost six hours due to the weather) it was still -25 and it started right up and drove out of the enclosed trailer then onto a gooseneck no problems. I can't say for sure the tune was perfect at that temp, and TJ did acknowledge that without some logs, it wouldn't be, but it was drivable at that temp.

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For sure. TJ tunes some of the fastest LS stuff in the world. I haven't heard of any bad dealings with Baker as long as you ask for what you're looking for up front and know that time is money haha.
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Old November 6th, 2019, 11:37 AM   #23
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Josh West at 208 motorsports has been good for remote tuning but would require you to have something similar to HP tuners along with a Wideband o2 setup that can data log.

for something thats pretty off the shelf(cam swap) I think most any tuner could get you a tune pretty close first shot

another option is a guy that goes by "mail order tuner". I know hes well known with the guys who built my engine and they promote him, send him your specs and ecm and he mails you it back. He did just have open heart surgery this week so may not respond to emails right now.

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Old November 6th, 2019, 03:25 PM   #24
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Vector is pretty decent as well.

For the price involved, I also just chose to buy the software myself and learn.
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Old November 9th, 2019, 03:49 PM   #25
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Im definitely giving Baker a call. I want to actually get the parts in my hands before i call him to schedule or talk about anything though. I hate jumping the gun with vendors. I always feel bad if something ends up falling through and it doesn't happen, or i have to cancel.
Thanks guys i do appreciate the responses!
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