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post #1 of 8 Old 05-14-2002, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Any good dyno tuners in VA?

Got my 42s/LMAF and P1SC in and it runs like crap. Been trying to use the eec tuner but am ready to give up on it

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I don't know of any in this state but I am kind of new to the area. I use a custom Autologic chip and if I ever have to have it dynoed again (which I will) and I will use TrueBlue Performance in North Carolina. They also use the Autologic software and I hear nothing but good things about them. Their add pops up at the top or bottom of the page on the Corral once in a while. I hear they are about an hour and a half drive from Chesapeake. Good luck.


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true blue

All my friends get thiers done there
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Another vote for True Blue.
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The guys at True Blue know their stuff. If I ever get my car dyno tuned, it'll either be there or LaRocca's in NJ.

Springfield Motorsports does dyno tuning also.

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Stock heads, stock shortblock, Vic Jr intake, 750 cfm AED carb, .500" lift cam
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I would prefer a place close emought the PUSH my car there

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Did you talk to Brandon? I think a set of 30# injectors and an FMU would have you running right. I'm still unsure about that Lightning mass air flow sensor too.

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Kauffman Motorsports in York Springs PA use Autologic. Dave Guy knows his stuff. I have had a lot of my work done by them and I have had nothing but the best experience. Call Dave at 717-528-8260 or visit their site at www.kauffmanmotorsports.com.
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