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Old 09-21-2012, 11:34 PM   #1
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what kinda tune should i get for L99

idk what tune i should if any one know what kind for a automatic let me know ss camaro
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Old 09-22-2012, 12:04 AM   #2
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I'm personally going to go with a JRE tune. Check out this sub-forum though, there's a lot of threads to answer your question. http://www.camaro5.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=73
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JRE he'll tune it based on the mods you have and the octane you use. The main thing is to get the AFM turned off.
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Friend of mine has an L99 (cai+catback) ordered and installed his JRE tune this week and he loves it

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You have Howard from redline motorsports right by you.
The question shouldnt be what kind of tune you should get, but ask your calibrator about his strategies.

It's easy to cut and paste tunes and make the car run better, but have the car real time tuned with wideband attached is the most effect way to have your vehicle perform its best.

Otherwise your just guessing it your AFRs

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idk what tune i should if any one know what kind for a automatic let me know ss camaro
Bruce, we are right here in Pompano and can setup you up. Please let us know if you need any assistance.

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I'm personally going to go with a JRE tune. Check out this sub-forum though, there's a lot of threads to answer your question. http://www.camaro5.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=73
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JRE he'll tune it based on the mods you have and the octane you use. The main thing is to get the AFM turned off.
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Ordered my JRE SCT yesterday.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:49 PM   #9
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Not totally but in the event of an engine or drivetrain failure this is GMs get out of jail card.

Through a Custom Tune, this is standard in all of my tunes.

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You have Howard from redline motorsports right by you.
The question shouldnt be what kind of tune you should get, but ask your calibrator about his strategies.

It's easy to cut and paste tunes and make the car run better, but have the car real time tuned with wideband attached is the most effect way to have your vehicle perform its best.

Otherwise your just guessing it your AFRs
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On your website you say you copy and paste tunes:


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"If you own or have access to HP Tuners software, you can Email your stock ‘BIN’ file to Tampa Tuning where it will be reviewed and properly enhanced for a “Email order” tune. Your tune will be enhanced by using HP Tuner tables from our library of modified configurations which have a very similar set up as your make and model vehicle."


This is copy and pasted from your site.



OP, a mail order tune would be fine from anyone with experience tuning these cars. Absolutely nothing wrong with them. I would be more focused in choosing a vendor with great customer service, great reviews, and integrity.

Gd luck!!

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Old 09-24-2012, 01:16 PM   #12
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I have the JRE tune and I like it. The car drives totally different. Even with TC on, it breaks the tires loose. Rolling at 5 to 10 mph in 1st it spins the tires and the car will start to get loose. The car is very fun to drive now. The only thing I am still going to do is data log and send to Ted, just to verify that everything is okay, and ask him to make any fine tuning if needed.
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I have the JRE tune and I like it. The car drives totally different. Even with TC on, it breaks the tires loose. Rolling at 5 to 10 mph in 1st it spins the tires and the car will start to get loose. The car is very fun to drive now. The only thing I am still going to do is data log and send to Ted, just to verify that everything is okay, and ask him to make any fine tuning if needed.
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On your website you say you copy and paste tunes:

EMAIL ORDER TUNES
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"If you own or have access to HP Tuners software, you can Email your stock ‘BIN’ file to Tampa Tuning where it will be reviewed and properly enhanced for a “Email order” tune. Your tune will be enhanced by using HP Tuner tables from our library of modified configurations which have a very similar set up as your make and model vehicle."

This is copy and pasted from your site.

OP, a mail order tune would be fine from anyone with experience tuning these cars. Absolutely nothing wrong with them. I would be more focused in choosing a vendor with great customer service, great reviews, and integrity.

Gd luck!!

Thanks for checking our our website. We love all the hits , but where does it say that the words paste and cut on there. lol

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Lets talk mail order tuning which a ton of shops do because we've tuned enough vehicles to develop a library of configurations.

I don’t want to pop your bubble, and your more than welcome to pimp the shop of your choice, but a mail order tune, and I don’t care what platform the shop uses to tune, is a tune scaled from another vehicle's modified tables which is cut and pasted into your vehicle's configuration for a mail order tune. Its really doesnt matter if you mail in the whole hand held unit, the vehicles ECM, or just the bin file. Its copied from one file to another for a mail order tune. You use the same year, make and model vehicle.

You can sugar coated it anyway you want to believe in the tooth fairy, but because of my integrity I tell it how it is.


How do you think a shop came up with the configuration no matter what the platform is used and make it safe enough to upload into a vehicle they have never touched? Guessing? lol I hope not.

Dont be a hater, just understand the industry. If you think a mail order tune is better than actually being plugged into a vehicle with a wideband to capture actual calibration readings, you have been misinformed.
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I had a handheld/mailorder type of tune in 2010. Made a big difference from what I felt. A few months later I went with a local/ in house tuning and that made even a bigger difference. The shop showed me the knock being pulled ect from the handheld tune. The dyno graph showed pretty big dips in it. They did there work and the car was very crisp after(sorry, easiest way to explain it) and gained some power on the dyno.
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+1 for JRE tune. I love my 93 octane tune for my L99. Totally different car.
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Thanks for checking our our website. We love all the hits , but where does it say that the words paste and cut on there. lol

www.TampaTuning.com

Lets talk mail order tuning which a ton of shops do because we've tuned enough vehicles to develop a library of configurations.

I don’t want to pop your bubble, and your more than welcome to pimp the shop of your choice, but a mail order tune, and I don’t care what platform the shop uses to tune, is a tune scaled from another vehicle's modified tables which is cut and pasted into your vehicle's configuration for a mail order tune. Its really doesnt matter if you mail in the whole hand held unit, the vehicles ECM, or just the bin file. Its copied from one file to another for a mail order tune. You use the same year, make and model vehicle.

You can sugar coated it anyway you want to believe in the tooth fairy, but because of my integrity I tell it how it is.


How do you think a shop came up with the configuration no matter what the platform is used and make it safe enough to upload into a vehicle they have never touched? Guessing? lol I hope not.

Dont be a hater, just understand the industry. If you think a mail order tune is better than actually being plugged into a vehicle with a wideband to capture actual calibration readings, you have been misinformed.

Wait....There isn't a tooth fairy??? What's next. No Easter bunny?

Chief, thats exactly what your website says you do.


Again, but you should know this it's on your site:

"If you own or have access to HP Tuners software, you can Email your stock ‘BIN’ file to Tampa Tuning where it will be reviewed and properly enhanced for a “Email order” tune. Your tune will be enhanced by using HP Tuner tables from our library of modified configurations which have a very similar set up as your make and model vehicle."

Because you "enhance" it I guess then it's not mail order, right? So how do you "enhance" a tune for a car with the basic bolt-ons? There aren't any special secrets there. The OP has a stock car, not a highly modified one.

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Your the one that says my website says "cut and paste" on it. Ive read it once or twice and the words "cut and paste" are not on there.
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I see you’re a little confused on what service is provided for $150.00 for my mail order tune program on my website compared to what's actually done when a full tune for $280.00 is mapped to calibrate the vehicle's performance which takes about three hours with a wideband depending on the build. For $100.00 more, I calibrate the vehicles performance on a dyno with a wideband. I dont need to be expensive to be effective in my field.

I have several price levels of performance because over the years, some guys want full tunes, and some dont.

It’s ok to pimp your favorite shop. Some enthusiasts live in a location where there's no real time plug in calibrators with a wideband, and their only option for additional performance is a "mail order program".

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I had a handheld/mailorder type of tune in 2010. Made a big difference from what I felt. A few months later I went with a local/ in house tuning and that made even a bigger difference. The shop showed me the knock being pulled ect from the handheld tune. The dyno graph showed pretty big dips in it. They did there work and the car was very crisp after(sorry, easiest way to explain it) and gained some power on the dyno.
Pretty much somes up the thread. Since I sponsor 5 differant forums, I convert alot of those to actual real time tunes with a wideband.

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I had a handheld/mailorder type of tune in 2010. Made a big difference from what I felt. A few months later I went with a local/ in house tuning and that made even a bigger difference. The shop showed me the knock being pulled ect from the handheld tune. The dyno graph showed pretty big dips in it. They did there work and the car was very crisp after(sorry, easiest way to explain it) and gained some power on the dyno.
Anyone can desensitize the knock sensors and show you a big number on the dyno.

If the car is experiencing Knock there could be many factors that come in to play on of the largest being fuel Quality, then IAT, then AFR or too much timing.

I find many shops will do stuff like turn off the IAT Retard, the ECT retard, desinsitze knock sensors, and lock the timing at some high number at wot, and Rape the PE table to get a desired AFR, all to show impressive numbers on the dyno.

Warning this will lead to engine failure at some point.

I stick to OEM Like Calibration procedures, and let the computer do it's job without forcing it make numbers.

A happy Engine is a Powerful, Efficient Engine.

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Anyone can desensitize the knock sensors and show you a big number on the dyno.

If the car is experiencing Knock there could be many factors that come in to play on of the largest being fuel Quality, then IAT, then AFR or too much timing.

I find many shops will do stuff like turn off the IAT Retard, the ECT retard, desinsitze knock sensors, and lock the timing at some high number at wot, and Rape the PE table to get a desired AFR, all to show impressive numbers on the dyno.

Warning this will lead to engine failure at some point.

I stick to OEM Like Calibration procedures, and let the computer do it's job without forcing it make numbers.

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That is true. The shop gained power by dropping timing and adding fuel. So it just wasn't true for my setup.
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all I know is, I went from a mail order tune to a hptuners tune which we street tuned... the tuner told me there is STILL a lot to be gained putting it on a dyno with a wideband but gave me a decent street tune... even as is, the car is much stronger than the mail order tune and there is more to be gained... I just wanted to get retuned for the bolt-ons i've added, the guy who tuned my car was recommended by a lot of people on the local forums(he has a 500whp vette he tuned himself) and he gave me a great deal on it(cost of license through hptuners + $50)...

when I do the rest of the bolt-ons, i'll put it on a dyno with a wideband, but i'm still a firm believer in live tuning over mail order tunes
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