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#860: 10-16-2012, 02:09 PM
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Fro: Jesse is sitting on my 16G base map, my 91oct 19psi 16G map, etc.

Then again, I'd always go for the out-of-town guy, rumor has it that he's slow to respond to messages, requests and has a 2 week back-log. Plus all the time it takes to log your car, email logs and then wait for updates to your tune that you then have to upload, run and then request further updates.

That seems way better than the local guy, a road tune on the spot without the need to ask for updates, owns a GT in addition to his 3 other subies and co-hosted a meet-n-greet for us last year at TrueTune.

Definitely I'd go e-tune for sure.....

Jesse may even request you add an additional $17 in maintenance to your build before the tune. It's all up to you.