Sorry lefty but I do not agree here. There are plenty of guys running around on email tunes for blowers. My room mate is one of them, and Joe will probably be tuning my car when I up the boost. Some tuners even recommend email tunes for drive ability reasons.I mean sure; you can put an e-mailed tune on a car with a power adder. But I can guarantee you won't make it very long. By long I mean a few hours/days.
Tuner's don't have enough data to play with to change the air/fuel ratio around with just an e-mail/canned tune.
Exactly, like stated earlier, a wideband is a must. And when dealing with email tunes for blowers you have to be smart who you let tune it.Well I guess it's cuz I live so close to SGS Automotive and their dyno :lol
I'm not saying I'm right or wrong; I just know a couple of my buddies who have hard terrible luck w/ e-mailed tunes and have resorted to dyno for any sort of power adder. I guess it just all depends on the tuner's ability.