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Old 11-02-2014, 05:54 PM   #1
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Jpc racing tuning vs john Lund

Hey not trying to start a fire storm. Just wondering how people like this tuner. Look for a tune when I get a vortech or paxton.

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I have heard a ton about Jon Lund. I just bought a 2013 RTR w/Paxton & t-56..still has canned tune... Looking to upgrade the tune as well.


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I have a Vortech V3 on this car and will say you wont get a better tune or service from anyone as you will Lund Racing. We have a great tune, he did revisions for free once we changed pulley and added a wastegate and also threw in a Cam Lope Tune for the car as well. Results don't lie, our data logs look great on this car. Even when they looked good, Jon did a revision just to tweak it to where it was exactly what he wanted. It is that kind of attention to detail that sets them apart IMHO. The way they do remote tuning sessions is alsoa big difference and plus when compared to a "Dyno Tune". If your car is tuned on rollers, the motor does not have the load it does on the street or track. Lund has you do a set of logs, idling, rev logs and finally pulls at different rpm's until he has you doing WOT pulls. Your car will be tuned to exactly the way it will be used. Get a "dyno tune" if you want your car to run great on rollers Get Lund to do a remote session if you want it to run like it should on the street or track.
I had other tunes on this car from another tuner that I thought were good. Once I saw Lund work, it was obvious they were clearly a better choice.
Look at what Lund Racing did in the Texas Mile this year.
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you're in NOVA? make the drive to Baltimore Maryland and let Adam at Revolution Automotive do a proper dyno tune

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Deerslayer which bap did you use and how hard was it to install?


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Leo, got the MaxFlow BAP non programable. It is so easy to install. Simply pull the carpet floor up in your trunk where your spare would be, use self tapping screws to mount it on the side wall. You splice two wires into one single wire that is the + voltage for the fuel pump and the harness is located right there in the well. You have a input wire and a output wire that patches into that one wire. You then simply run a ground to the body there in the well and you are done. I soldered the connections so it was just a 30m job. Easy & reliable. 18v will supply you with all the fuel you need unless you want to go really big.

With the Beefcake Special that Teambeefcakeracing sells, it has everything that you need to easily make 600rwhp at the wheels. It even includes tuning by Lund Racing. You get the SC kit, BAP, injectors, and tuning by Lund for under 6K.

I upgraded my BOV to a Tial 50mm and got the aluminum coolant tank from JPC. I would also suggest TBolts as no brainer upgrade. I also went with the Brisk one step cooler plugs and the JLT performance intake.
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before just blowing off my recommendation of Revolution Automotive, do a little research, Adam knows these cars well, don't automatically assume Lund is better from all the "press" he gets. no doubt in my mind, Lund knows this platform like the back of his hand, but he's stretched so damn thin, he writes tunes for so many different shops and his own business, it's not even funny! unless you can actually have him remote tune your car on a dyno, I wouldn't go with him, I'd choose the dyno tune each and every time. I assume JPC is a dyno tune?

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Lund I'd good but he is verry anal on what he tunes. He won't tune just any turbo kit, it has to be his turbo kit, also will not tune for 80lb injectors on the coyotes.
That is his only downside. He wants tunes he can throw out quick.

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Lund I'd good but he is verry anal on what he tunes. He won't tune just any turbo kit, it has to be his turbo kit, also will not tune for 80lb injectors on the coyotes.
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Well on the iPhone I just tap on my post once and a pop up comes on with an edit option. Let me guess you have android?


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It should be on the same menu or interface that allows you to select quote or reply to post


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Well on the iPhone I just tap on my post once and a pop up comes on with an edit option. Let me guess you have android?


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Yes sir android. I just found it lol, same way, appreciate it bud.

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Old 11-04-2014, 06:49 AM   #16
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Lund Racing has ( 3 ) tune writers ! ( Jon Lund, Jon Lund Jr., Ken B. )
I'm sure they all can write a tune.
Not sure how the customer knows who writes their tune.
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Lund Racing has ( 3 ) tune writers ! ( Jon Lund, Jon Lund Jr., Ken B. )
I'm sure they all can write a tune.
Not sure how the customer knows who writes their tune.
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It's all ran under "lund racing" so everyone referred to it as John lund directly.

And they are all the same, there way or the highway

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Just switched from vmp to lund and very happy with it! Also had my tunes done in the same day!


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Not sure how the customer knows who writes their tune.
With Lund, you know who is tuning your car with their remote sessions because you have direct correspondence with the tuner. It is kind of like their own email system. You communicate back and forth so you know if it is Jon I, Jon II or Ken.
ScottO, dyno tunes are becoming "old tech"
Remote tuning sessions can show a tuner "real world" loads on your motor and adjustments are made accordingly. If you think the same strains are put on your motor when it is strapped and on rollers, they are not. Dyno tunes were preferable to one size fits all type of tunes. Now that tuners are able to tune using real time data from idle logs and pulls while the car is on the road, it makes more sense to tune using this data.
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ScottO, dyno tunes are becoming "old tech"
thanks, but I don't need you to school me on tuning, I recommended Adam at Revolution Automotive because he's good, is Lund good? hell yes he is!! he's a legend but he knows this, therefore he shows it. I think some people just use him because of the name he's built for himself honestly, he's not without fault, I've read numerous threads complaining of him refusing to look at their logs, because he says he doesn't need them, but their cars run like ****, just saying.........



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LOL, no "schooling" going on, simply getting another point of view out there to counter the things that get thrown out constantly because that is what people "read". (Remote tuning is not on a dyno)
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unless you can actually have him remote tune your car on a dyno, I wouldn't go with him, I'd choose the dyno tune each and every time. I assume JPC is a dyno tune?
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look you like the tuner you like, I like the tuner I like, I was working with Shaun of AED on a tune, but I don't like data logging on the street, it's dangerous and irresponsible imo, so I had Adam tune my car on the dyno, and fyi, remote tuning can use a dyno. my point in all this is, there are other very good tuners out there for this platform, yes it's true, there are tuners comparable to John Lund, people need to realize this instead of going with someone they read rave reviews about on the interwebs, Mr. Lund is not perfect believe it or not

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Just learn to tune yourself like I did.There, problem fixed.
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Well once I save my penny's I think I'll be going with the beefcake special can't bet the deal. I'll grab the jpc 50mm tial kit and overflow tank. Not look for crazy high Hp (stock oil pump gears) gonna keep the RPMS low for now.

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Lund tuned my 3v and yes he is picky about what he tunes. Car made more power than I expected driveability is decent. I would recommend call around before you make your decision
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Jon lund did my Vortech S/C on my 5.0



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It's all ran under "lund racing" so everyone referred to it as John lund directly.

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Thank you for making my point.
A more accurate statement from a Lund customer would be, " I have a Lund Racing Tune "......Most state " Jon Lund tuned my car ", when in fact, maybe he didn't.
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With Lund, you know who is tuning your car with their remote sessions because you have direct correspondence with the tuner. It is kind of like their own email system. You communicate back and forth so you know if it is Jon I, Jon II or Ken.
ScottO, dyno tunes are becoming "old tech"
Remote tuning sessions can show a tuner "real world" loads on your motor and adjustments are made accordingly. If you think the same strains are put on your motor when it is strapped and on rollers, they are not. Dyno tunes were preferable to one size fits all type of tunes. Now that tuners are able to tune using real time data from idle logs and pulls while the car is on the road, it makes more sense to tune using this data.
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So, who did your tune ?
I've never seen a post that says, " I have a Ken B. tune ".
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Remote tuning sounds great, if you can't get to a tuner.
Having the tuner drive the car, as far as I'm concerned, is the BEST way to tune it.
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So, who did your tune ?
I've never seen a post that says, " I have a Ken B. tune ".
Jon II tuned this car.

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Remote tuning sounds great, if you can't get to a tuner.
Having the tuner drive the car, as far as I'm concerned, is the BEST way to tune it.
I beg to differ. Remote tuning lets YOU SEE exactly what is being adjusted to your car and data logs. Something you wont get if you just drop off your car at a shop and come pick it up when it is ready. It is a PROCESS from your car idling to your car making WOT pulls.

1sr Log: Idle Log ( Car idling)
2nd Log: Neutral Rev Log (car in neutral revving to specific RPMs)
3rd Log: Lower RPM Log Pulls (2500-5000 RPMs)
4th Log: WOT Pulls (to 7100 RPMs or what your red-line is set at)

Each Log is logged, and attached to your open COM with the tuner. Log is reviewed, changes made, tuner then attaches a Tune Revision and it the file is attached once again in your open COM.
Your car gets looked at and tuned from idling all the way to WOT pulls with the same loads as it will see in real situations. Not on rollers that don't put NEAR any strain on your motor as it does on the road.
Once you begin each new log, YOU can see the changes in the data. The process is quick, SUPER easy and efficient. If you cant objectively look at new ways that things are being done and accept that sometimes, newer IS better then you might as well be an ostrich with your head in the sand. This is not a knock on dyno tunes, but just showing that with new technology, comes new ways of doing things that can be more efficient.
Ask anyone who has actually done the Remote Sessions with Lund Racing how easy it is. It is no different than posting in this thread. Only you and your tuner are the only ones on the thread. You have a button to attach attachments back and forth for your logs and tunes. It is quick easy and YOU get to see and feel the results as they are happening.


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Jon II tuned this car.

I beg to differ. Remote tuning lets YOU SEE exactly what is being adjusted to your car and data logs. Something you wont get if you just drop off your car at a shop and come pick it up when it is ready. It is a PROCESS from your car idling to your car making WOT pulls. .
lol to not keep arguing with you, but you do realize, the old tech dyno tunes as you called it, they datalog as well Adam had to come out to the waiting area and ask if I had issues when trying to connect my SCT, said he kept getting an error when trying to connect to datalog, turns out my Kenwood/Maestro system was causing a connection issue, because my Kenwood taps into the OBDII to read straight off the ecm.........
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Thank you for making my point.
A more accurate statement from a Lund customer would be, " I have a Lund Racing Tune "......Most state " Jon Lund tuned my car ", when in fact, maybe he didn't.
Didn't mean to come off as the way you took it.

And my coyote was tuned by lund, b4 the shop that built my car tuned it.

Ran his tune from the time the car was a 100% stock and then when it was just offroad x pipe, catback, and 150 shot. Was still tuned by him didn't make the switch to where I'm at now till I moved to new braunfels.
This was on his tune back when the car was stock compression, stock motor, offroad x, cat back, 93 octane. And 150 shot


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Here is the graph back when it was just what I explained above.


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Swaped to a dyno tune when we making 611 and then again after 700 on built motor and e85

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