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Old 09-19-2012, 11:09 AM   #1
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iTSX or Dyno?

Should i buy a iTSX tuner for like 450 around there or go to a custom tune shop?
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:22 AM   #3
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Did you do that?
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Did you do that?
Yes Pro-Dyno in south carolina did mine..
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Custom dyno tunes from a reputable shop are always better then mail order as they're made specifically for your car and they'll give you max gains. But I wouldn't do a dyno tune until most of my performance mods are done so I don't have to go back and get another tune after I add like a cold air intake or something it'll just cost wayy to much.
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Re: iTSX or Dyno?

Since you have not listed any mods, i will figure that you have none. First, the itsx is just a tool, you load your custom tune on it, then load it on the car. If you are planing on modding a little at a time, then go with a tuner that comes with ( Tunes for life). If you are doing a complete build, go to a tune shop. I do not care, to carry around a tuner, so I am custom tuned, and i am very happy with it. Been running the same tune for 3 years.
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Do what u want.. Custom tunes r better. Pro-dyno fixes many cars every year that pre loaded tunes screwed up
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:34 AM   #8
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Okay cool, and yeah there is a stock cold air but that is it... I'm probably going to buy a JLT or k&n or something like that in the near future!
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