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Old 02-23-2014, 03:35 PM   #18
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People would be best advised to do plenty of research before spending their hard earned coin. I'm on about 15-20 car forums weekly. This one is BY FAR, the most censored of them all. I understand protecting your sponsors and all that, but the credibility of the board SHOULD rise above making a buck. Go on some other sites and ask the same questions and it's likely you'll get a completely different answer. It's up to you to filter through the replies. Eventually you'll see a trend, and be able to formulate an educated decision. You want a fast ZL-1? Ask someone with a fast ZL-1 what they did. In fact ask a bunch of them. Go to an LSX shootout and ask around. You'll see a HUGE group of shops with successful race/street/strip cars making mind-blowing power, yet you won't hear a thing about them on here. Funny how that works...............
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Old 02-23-2014, 07:15 PM   #19
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He has not earned anybodys repect, just all the bad stuff about him on this board gets deleted. use google.
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Old 02-23-2014, 07:56 PM   #20
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I don't know what that means because you did. Good for you I guess. You said there isn't one "the best." You're probably right, I gave you reasons why Jannetty has earned people's respect, but I guess you're the cool smart guy.

Whatever, sorry for trying to be helpful.
u might want to do a little research.
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Old 02-23-2014, 08:01 PM   #21
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Guys lets put this in perspective;
He has tuned and worked on thousands of camaros and corvettes and has built many 800-1000 whp cars that run very strong and the track numbers are there to back this up. If you have 2-3 people who have had a bad experience or bad luck then you are looking at over a 99% satisfaction rate. That is extremely high for any industry standards. Even if he had a 95% lets put that into perspective. Are all of you happy with your home renovations, your painters, your plumbers, your electricians. Come on people, we all make mistakes.
There are clearly other excellent builders/tuners out there. Nearly every state has multiple great people working on cars. This should be expected!
I have been to jannetty racing, spoken over the phone and through emails with ted and his team and only have great things to say about my experience.
I am sure his intentions towards every customer are top notch and that he absolutely wants things to go well for them.
With the internet and various forums it is easy to get destroyed.
Everybody makes mistakes and we all know about the few cases on this thread that were clearly mistakes.
Lets not forget that the car he built, ran the fastest quarter mile time on stock displacement.
I have followed the threads closely and we can never know for sure what was discussed and done between both parties because it wasn't recorded or video taped.
it should be the fastest, but for the money he had spent with jre , he should be the fastest on about any list on this forum.
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Old 02-23-2014, 08:16 PM   #22
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Poor Jaime has thrown 200k at that car if he wasn't the fastest there would be something incredibly wrong!.
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Old 02-23-2014, 08:17 PM   #23
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it should be the fastest, but for the money he had spent with jre , he should be the fastest on about any list on this forum.

And for a little bit longer !!
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Old 02-23-2014, 08:43 PM   #24
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The reason I data logged, was because when I sent him the info on the mods to my car, I forgot to mention it had a stage 2 slp intake. And like said before, not one size fits all. Ted was very helpful on the tune and directions on how to data log and instructing how to install the tune, I'm sure he doesn't spend a lot of time to tune camaros just to have them blow up.
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Old 02-23-2014, 09:12 PM   #25
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So the engine light came on after or before the tune?
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Old 02-23-2014, 09:21 PM   #26
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I'm thinking he bought the car used with a few mods on it. Then took it to a dealer and they told him what the problem was with too much air. Then he got a hold of Ted, and Ted straightened it out for him and he is happy and grateful. That may be close.
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Old 02-23-2014, 09:45 PM   #27
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That's the way I understood it, just wanted to make sure.
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Old 02-24-2014, 01:23 AM   #28
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Yes I bought the car with 9k miles from a dealer with CAI stage 2 by slp and slp pipes no mufflers, so as I was driving one day, the check engine light came on, they basically told me to have the tune for it, or put the stick back on( lol I laughed and said no way!) so ted was very helpful to let me understand the situation and get it fixed. Now there had been no check engine light, the skip shift is away, torque management, and all the other goodies. I purchased the sct tuner and with bolt ons, he tuned it for free.
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Old 02-24-2014, 06:09 AM   #29
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Yes I bought the car with 9k miles from a dealer with CAI stage 2 by slp and slp pipes no mufflers, so as I was driving one day, the check engine light came on, they basically told me to have the tune for it, or put the stick back on( lol I laughed and said no way!) so ted was very helpful to let me understand the situation and get it fixed. Now there had been no check engine light, the skip shift is away, torque management, and all the other goodies. I purchased the sct tuner and with bolt ons, he tuned it for free.
Good for you 12CSS, good choice on getting your car straightened out and running right, enjoy your car.
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:49 AM   #30
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Yes I bought the car with 9k miles from a dealer with CAI stage 2 by slp and slp pipes no mufflers, so as I was driving one day, the check engine light came on, they basically told me to have the tune for it, or put the stick back on( lol I laughed and said no way!) so ted was very helpful to let me understand the situation and get it fixed. Now there had been no check engine light, the skip shift is away, torque management, and all the other goodies. I purchased the sct tuner and with bolt ons, he tuned it for free.
Sweet!

Ted and his crew are very helpful and help a lot of people. In reality though nothing is free just saying.
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Old 02-24-2014, 04:14 PM   #31
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12CamaroSS, Thank you for the review, and I am Happy to have helped with your Check engine light and improved the performance of your car.

From the First Log we could see where the Problem was, the Air intake was reporting the Wrong amount of Air.

With a couple adjustments and logs we Nailed the Tune.

Thank you all for your comments good and bad.

I Welcome Anyone, Any time to contact me directly and voice any concerns I will address them on a case by case basis Man to Man.

If any of my customers feel that there is any question about what we have done for them contact me I am easy to get a hold of.

For most combinations of simple bolt ons, Especially those using the more Popular parts we have tuned hundreds of times Data Logging is not necessary.

In the Event you feel you are not getting Peak Performance you are Welcome To Log your car and send me the Logs for review, and I will make any adjustments necessary or Help you Diagnose the reasons why your car is not performing.

I am sure many can vouch for how many times I have Pointed out Problems with the car that had nothing to do with the tune and resolved the lack of performance.

We can't fix a mechanical issue with a tune, the Vehicles must be mechanically Perfect.

Logging is your Friend.

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Old 02-24-2014, 04:21 PM   #32
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You haven't seen the complaints because they all get deleted. And if he is so great why am I helping one of the forum members fix his ZL1 tune that was done by, you guessed it, JRE.
If one of my customers is having an Issue with my tune they should contact me and I will address they're concerns.

I have been reading your comments.

If you think you can out Tune Me Lets have a Contest to see Who's the Man.

As I understand it ADM told you how to fix your Fuel pressure.

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Old 02-24-2014, 04:30 PM   #33
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Ted had me do some logging after me "415" package, and again with my "480" package. It both cases a tuning tweak was necessary to get the Long Fuel Trims @ the desired "0" mark. Car runs great, makes good power (actually more than I advertise in my siggy; need to get back to the dyno...long story), and accomplished everything I need at this time. When I make the jump to forced induction, I'll contact Ted.

I've read the complaints, and I'll reserve my opinion on that subject. I simply like the fact that I can email Ted with a question, and in very short order he will have an answer. Ted is also one of the first vendors to answer a question here on the forum.

That's my personal experience, and that's good enough for me.
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Old 02-24-2014, 06:23 PM   #34
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Glad your happy. I sometimes feel a little unclear about this data logging thing. With my basic bolt on's, I'm under the assumption that data logging is not necessary unless instructed to do so. Why did you have to data log with just an intake and exhaust? I read different things and sometimes wonder, maybe I should be data logging.
Earlier in this thread I asked about data logging not because I am concerned about my cars performance. It runs great. When I read that other's log their car when they have basic bolt ons I start thinking that I should, probably because I am very particular, I like to do things right. It's in my blood to be exact, must be the Tool and Die maker in me, I been working with close tolerances for a long time and I think it's making me weird. By the way my car runs and the confidence I have in my tune. No need for logging, don't need to change a thing.

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If it's an email tune you should be data logging because every car is different, it's not "one size fits all".
You got any data to back that advice up? Please, don't send any data, It's just a joke.
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