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This is a discussion on Tuning within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Alright guys. got a 02 WS6. Random Tech High Flow Cat & Y-Pipe Into SLP Loudmouth, Eibach Sportlines, Stock Intake ...

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    Alright guys. got a 02 WS6. Random Tech High Flow Cat & Y-Pipe Into SLP Loudmouth, Eibach Sportlines, Stock Intake (for now), daily driver. Lookin for a good tune. Im thinkin Jet makes a nice programmer. Suggestions?

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    I've heard good things about the crane programmer. But all in all, nothing beats a good custom tune but wait till you get some big mods first. All bolt on's, you should be fine

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    i would go with a pro tune to start to get the car in its sweet spot then add tunes as u modify

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    if your going to tune your car why not spend an extra hundred or so and get a dyno tune?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Real Spaz View Post
    if your going to tune your car why not spend an extra hundred or so and get a dyno tune?...
    +1 get a professional tune across the band for your specific mods.

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    some of these programers cost near $300.00, that is crazy!!! a dyno tune costs about that... and you get more power, better reliability, ect ect...

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    I bought a Hypertech tuner once and it was OK but it was hard to get my shift points right on my A4. I sold it and went to Pcmforless.com, Bryan will hook you up with a good tune according to your bolt-ons. The price was cheaper than the Hypertech and I got an extra 1/2 seconds at the track. Once they tune your PCM and you add additional MODS, Just send your PCM back to Bryan and its only $50 a pop. You will not be disapointed in their tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000taws6 View Post
    I bought a Hypertech tuner once and it was OK but it was hard to get my shift points right on my A4. I sold it and went to Pcmforless.com, Bryan will hook you up with a good tune according to your bolt-ons. The price was cheaper than the Hypertech and I got an extra 1/2 seconds at the track. Once they tune your PCM and you add additional MODS, Just send your PCM back to Bryan and its only $50 a pop. You will not be disapointed in their tune.
    fortunately for me i live near byran and he is also a member of impala club that my brother is in. Bryan is an awesome guy and knows what he is doing and can get you the absolute most out of your car.

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