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custom tune

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by lsutoms, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. lsutoms

    lsutoms New Member

    ok to this thursday im going get a custom tune on my truck by a guy that i know.. he's service manager at the local chevy dealer and does this on the side at his house.. he usually works on corvette's and sports cars but also does other cars... what kind of performance should i be expecting from this?
  2. silveradotrailblazer

    silveradotrailblazer New Member 1000 Posts

    Depends on how good he is.
  3. lsutoms

    lsutoms New Member

    say he's really good with it which im pretty sure he is from the other cars ive seen that he does.. what should i be looking at gaining?
  4. dualdj1

    dualdj1 New Member

    a good tune with no other mods can usually gain you 10-15hp. Where tuning really comes into play is when you have made engine mods and need to dial in your ECM for the mods you've made, thereby making most benefit of your engine improvements. Factory tunes are conservative though, so there is some power that can be made from just a tune, though not a lot in the grand scheme.
  5. JennaBear

    JennaBear New Member

    Like already stated, depends on the tuner, as well as dyno and software experience. You should see a difference no matter what though :great:.

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