That was along time ago, I would figure that remote tuning is a little better now. Everyone does it now across the board. And if you have the right equipment to monitor things should be fine. Me and Vince were remote tuning this weekend for a change to my kit. It all went smooth and I was at home lol. But I get that in house is the best way. I would say IPS should just buy the Trifecta suite for their shop so they can tune in house. But I'm thinking that no one in house knows how to deal with the LLT.
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