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Old 01-31-2012, 08:59 AM   #1
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Which tuner would you reccomend to tune your stang if you doing a cam/procharger/meth injection setup ? As close to Ms as possible. Thanks
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Find a shop that has a dyno and call Jon lund where he can send you a custom tune. I think you'll have to make a schedule with both the dyno shop and lund, which he tune your car threw your data logging info. That's what I plan on doing.
I had a custom shop tuned it but it was running lean and all I heard Is good stuff from lund..
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Sounds good, best way to contact Lund ?
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Yep, I'd do the same. That's how I did it. Contact Lund first at sales@lundracing.com. Get a couple dates from him as to when he's available(he has another full time job). Once he replies match those dates with a local shop. Shops usually charge $100 an hour for use of dyno. I believe Lund charges $350 for remote custom tunes.
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Old 01-31-2012, 04:11 PM   #5
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Thanks for this information, its a great help.
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Old 01-31-2012, 08:23 PM   #7
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Trying to find repable shops around you.

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On a said note I am going to FL in March and thinking about going to Palm Beach to get my car tuned over by Ken B. Jones.
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Thats great, I have thought about taking it on a trailer up to Livernois or somewhere if needed for good tuning.
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Bobby bring it to Jms in lucedale
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Had a friend tell me same thing, any idea what rates I'd be looking at to get it done, trying to get my overall budget right before I start.
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Thats great, I have thought about taking it on a trailer up to Livernois or somewhere if needed for good tuning.
Take it to Ken b jonnes. He built Jon kinds TT 5.0 and Jon and him tuned it.
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Where is he located, any contact information on him ? Really would like to talk to whoever does tuning to be sure I get what is needed for safe buildup. Still considering at least forging rods & pistons, but for the cost of gasket kits and tty bolts, may as well do full rot. assembly.
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Where is he located, any contact information on him ? Really would like to talk to whoever does tuning to be sure I get what is needed for safe buildup. Still considering at least forging rods & pistons, but for the cost of gasket kits and tty bolts, may as well do full rot. assembly.
Forged rods and pistons are a great idea if you plan on going FI. The crank is already forged btw.
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Going with Procharger HO kit w/ D1SC upgrade w/3core cooler !! Thanks for all the input.
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Going with Procharger HO kit w/ D1SC upgrade w/3core cooler !! Thanks for all the input.
What are your goals for power and/or ET? I would definitely put forged internals in before throwing on the procharger ... your block would be on borrowed time.
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What are your goals for power and/or ET? I would definitely put forged internals in before throwing on the procharger ... your block would be on borrowed time.
Forged first lol Im paying for that mistake now.
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Now I am seriously thinking forged, but will rods & pistons be enough, or do crank to, as stated the crank may hold up, goals are around 500 rwhp.
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Now I am seriously thinking forged, but will rods & pistons be enough, or do crank to, as stated the crank may hold up, goals are around 500 rwhp.
If 500whp is your goal you will not need forged internals. Just a simple procharger kit will do that all day on stock 7-8lbs of boost.

I talked to Ken yesterday via email and I plan on 14lbs of boost with E85. And was confirmed I would be fine. But don't push that boost on 93.
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I have read, and seen a few videos of mustangs on E85, exactly where do you get it, I cant recall seeing it where I live, but may as well forge the engine, cause sure as I don't I will blow it up lol.
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I have read, and seen a few videos of mustangs on E85, exactly where do you get it, I cant recall seeing it where I live, but may as well forge the engine, cause sure as I don't I will blow it up lol.
Do a Google search for gas stations local that have E85.

And if you blow it up with 500whp you went to worse tuner ever. There is some of us that almost make/made that with out a SC
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Do a Google search for gas stations local that have E85.

And if you blow it up with 500whp you went to worse tuner ever. There is some of us that almost make/made that with out a SC
Nice, thanks !! I found one near me, 26 miles long way to get fuel.
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Talked with Total Performance in Baton Rouge yesterday, and they're going to do my cams later this month, heard some good things about them so I will more than likely let them do my dynoing as well, only 272 miles from home lol !!
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Talked with Total Performance in Baton Rouge yesterday, and they're going to do my cams later this month, heard some good things about them so I will more than likely let them do my dynoing as well, only 272 miles from home lol !!
That not bad. I drove 672 round trip to get my G8 tuned. Did that trip twice.
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I dont mind the distance traveled for good friendly service and they provide that along with a good reputation.
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