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I keep looking for local tuners, but it's difficult. Realistically, you'd want someone who can tune using Chip Master Revolution software (DiabloSports). This has expensive licensing that puts off most non-specialty shops. With that being said, DS has a list of vendors on their website. It's a great place to start to find a local tuner.

Alternatively, it would appear that most people on these sites recommend an email tune. I'm sure someone else can chime in and recommend one or more people. I'm pretty sure AGP does email tunes, and they are fairly well respected as well.

My own personal opinion (not worth shit) - Unless you are looking to get something very specific done (rescale for new injectors for example), you probably don't need a tune. Just get a DiabloSports Predator if you don't already have one. It comes with a canned tune on it (which many will argue is the most dollar efficient horsepower mod for our cars) that has a bunch of tweakable parameters for you to mess with (research first to hopefully not blow stuff up).
 

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I keep looking for local tuners, but it's difficult. Realistically, you'd want someone who can tune using Chip Master Revolution software (DiabloSports). This has expensive licensing that puts off most non-specialty shops. With that being said, DS has a list of vendors on their website. It's a great place to start to find a local tuner.

Alternatively, it would appear that most people on these sites recommend an email tune. I'm sure someone else can chime in and recommend one or more people. I'm pretty sure AGP does email tunes, and they are fairly well respected as well.

My own personal opinion (not worth shit) - Unless you are looking to get something very specific done (rescale for new injectors for example), you probably don't need a tune. Just get a DiabloSports Predator if you don't already have one. It comes with a canned tune on it (which many will argue is the most dollar efficient horsepower mod for our cars) that has a bunch of tweakable parameters for you to mess with (research first to hopefully not blow stuff up).
Appreciate the advice. I had a DSP before and don't know much about messing with stuff. So I wanted to just get a true tune to almost fully push what i have done my car.
 

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So just picked up the car a month ago. Supposedly has stage 2 mopar. So stage 2 pcm, injectors, 3 bar sensors. Has stage 2 fuel rail. Walbro 255. 3 In exhaust. Bfmic. Just put in wideband(readings are off WOT)
Only boosting 8 psi. All my hoses are secure though.
 

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So just picked up the car a month ago. Supposedly has stage 2 mopar. So stage 2 pcm, injectors, 3 bar sensors. Has stage 2 fuel rail. Walbro 255. 3 In exhaust. Bfmic. Just put in wideband(readings are off WOT)
Only boosting 8 psi. All my hoses are secure though.
I've heard a lot of people struggle to tune staged pcms, and often revert back to a non-staged pcm to tune. I'd recommend searching the tuning section for stage 2 tuning.
 

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So just picked up the car a month ago. Supposedly has stage 2 mopar. So stage 2 pcm, injectors, 3 bar sensors. Has stage 2 fuel rail. Walbro 255. 3 In exhaust. Bfmic. Just put in wideband(readings are off WOT)
Only boosting 8 psi. All my hoses are secure though.
if your interested in a couple of NJ shops PM me for details
 
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