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Crane cams Tuner

This is a discussion on Crane cams Tuner within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; A few years back I bought a crane cams tuner. It worked awesome, although when I tried to put in ...

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    Crane cams Tuner

    A few years back I bought a crane cams tuner. It worked awesome, although when I tried to put in tire height it would freeze(only affected what my speedometer said)...ANWAY...I have some mods, Cam Heads etc.
    My question is, what is better...Sending my computer to Texas Speed for the custom tune, or the tune from my own tuner?

    The reason I ask is because I am thinking of upgrading the gears and I want to avoid the shipping costs to texas.

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    There is a great LS tuner here in Alberta he does piles of LS engines!!! I had a TS tune-which was O.K after 4 reflashes & $700.00 in freight (Long Story) but anyways Google westers Garage in Tilley AB He just did mine & it Rocks over my last tune!! & you will save money on freight & Xchange. I think he tuned the fastest stock LS1 a couple of years ago TOO!!! Let me know how you make out

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    handheld programmers are garbage!!! they should be outlawed. with that being stated find a tuner

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