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Old 03-21-2007, 08:09 AM   #1
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Dyno tuner in So Cal area???

I am getting ready to install a used TRD supercharger and URD fuel upgrade kit that I just picked up for my 3.4 4Runner.

Can anyone recommend an experienced dyno tuner for that set-up in the SoCal area please? (I am in Santa Barbara, so north is better, but I'm willing to drive) I want it done quick and right, and I don't want to fiddle around for months tweeking it myself.

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 03-21-2007, 08:19 AM   #2
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URD tuning

According to a recent post by Gadget on another forum, he does not suggest you pay a "professional tuner" as it's a waste of money and they often screw up the mapping from not following the U-Tune guide. I will be doing mine this weekend and its seems fairly staightforward. Of course you need a wideband, scan tool, installation of the FTC-which I am seeking help for(found out that buying an aux fuse box is better for wiring it in), so I bought that from summit for $60. You would think that there would be a URD 3.4 tuning specialist in soCal but I have not had any luck posting for one. Probably too much liability, etc.

I'm going to get a govenor eliminator this week from URD-they will not be making them available anymore.

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I am also in the progress of tuning my newly installed URD kit. I have only tuned a little bit so far, and would like to get a full days worth of tuning done. Maybe all of us can meet up somewhere for a tuning session and help each other out, get a BBQ going for lunch or something. I'm thinking somewhere in the desert would be the best, trying to city street tune is just ridiculous. Let me know what you guys think.
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