Originally Posted by LegUp
Alright, thanks for the replys. I guess I'm accustomed to dyno tunes, so that's where I default. Seems my old tuning shop has packed up and moved though. How does a long distance tune work?
Here's a summary of our etune process and pricing
1. We will send you a info sheet that will document and store all your personal info/mods to your specific vehicle/needs. You will also need to provide base logging of your current setup, we will ensure that there are no issues like boost leaks at this time.
2. We then build a custom (not pre built) base map based upon your vehicle and its specific mods. I cannot urge the importance of this, each map is CUSTOM MADE, tailored to you and your car!
3. You will upload this map to your car via Cobb Accessport or Open Source, and data log under certain conditions(usually idle, cruise, and wide open throttle to a specific rpm).
4. You then send us datalogs, and we will update based on feedback of the logs and send a new map. Repeat steps 2-4 until both YOU and our tuner are happy with the results.
**Every ETUNE comes with 6 months of revisions if needed. Also future mods down the road, tune/map updates will be at a reduced cost(price varies case by case, but usually 50-100 dollars).
Subaru ETUNE Cobb AP Stage 1-2 200
Subaru ETUNE Cobb AP Stage 3 250
Mitsubishi ETUNE Cobb AP Stage 1-2 250
Mitsubishi ETUNE Cobb AP Stage 3 275
Road Tune 275
Dyno Stage 1-3 450
Speed Density Tuning 600
Flex Fuel Tuning 600
**Stage 3 applies if any of the following conditions are met. EBCS, upgraded turbo, upgraded motor/swap, upgraded injectors