So guys need help. Want to get my car tuned.

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So I need help about easiest and chepeast route in running my 93 gt. Has a cam and roller block with supercharger and racing pump.
 
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95BlueStallion

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Always thought it was fast, cheap, reliable? ;)

I think the easiest and probably cheapest way would be to suck it up and have someone dyno tune it and burn you a chip to insert in your computer with said tune on it. That will be a one time tune for the specific mods you have made, but if you plan on leaving the car alone, it’ll be done properly and for $600/$700.

Otherwise you will need to buy and install a wideband meter and gauge, buy some tuning hardware/software, pay a guy to tune it remotely such as @a91what , or find someone local to you who will drive the car around and tune it live with data logging abilities.

The nice thing about option 2 is that if you make changes to the car, you can reprogram if you buy the right software. However, I am thinking by the time you buy all the needed parts and pay the tuner for possible multiple tuning sessions, it may be the higher priced option. I am about to find out first hand this spring. Until then I don’t know 100%.

Maybe one of our resident tuning specialists will take the time to chime in without trying to sway you one way or the other.
 
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Dec 3, 2018
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Always thought it was fast, cheap, reliable? ;)

I think the easiest and probably cheapest way would be to suck it up and have someone dyno tune it and burn you a chip to insert in your computer with said tune on it. That will be a one time tune for the specific mods you have made, but if you plan on leaving the car alone, it’ll be done properly and for $600/$700.

Otherwise you will need to buy and install a wideband meter and gauge, buy some tuning hardware/software, pay a guy to tune it remotely such as @a91what , or find someone local to you who will drive the car around and tune it live with data logging abilities.

The nice thing about option 2 is that if you make changes to the car, you can reprogram if you buy the right software. However, I am thinking by the time you buy all the needed parts and pay the tuner for possible multiple tuning sessions, it may be the higher priced option. I am about to find out first hand this spring. Until then I don’t know 100%.

Maybe one of our resident tuning specialists will take the time to chime in without trying to sway you one way or the other.
Hey thanks for your input, I was looking into gettin msd adapter ecu and putting software on pc and tuning it through there.