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Old January 26th, 2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Dyno tune?


When you get your car dyno tuned, can you increase horse power on a bone stock motor? In other words, will a dyno tune work like a hand held programmer, just better? Or is it just to measure horsepower and tuning on highly modified engines?
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Old January 26th, 2013, 02:44 PM   #2
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Re: Dyno tune?


It won't be much over a like email tune. And for a stock/ bolt on car, it is not worth it i think...
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dyno readings and dyno tunes are two different things.

Dyno tunes are real life tunning appointments where as email tunes are based off other vehicles, or datalogging your own.

To dyno tune you need some type of tuner ... most go with a handheld ... which can be had for like 350$ or some shit. Your looking to spend that +/- on a dyno tune as well ...

For what ? 10rwhp ?

These cars do not respond to tunes as well as the newer stuff.

IF you want more power you gotta add it mechanically then get it tuned to make it all flow together ....
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