Originally Posted by MarkTheShark
I like to compare tuning to investing. Would you hire a kid straight out of B school with a finance degree to manage your portfolio? Hell no!! Just like I wouldn't let someone who's taken a few tuning classes touch my car.
As with pretty much everything in life, experience>formal education. Period.
I agree, thats also why I wish some established pro tuners would help out. Clearly I dont have 10-15 yrs experience and no one is going to think I could honestly compete with a protune.
But then again I know the response to this which is related to the ebay thread in General, people are cheap. People would likely come to someone charging $100 even if it was a ****ty tune instead of paying $500 for a protune. I mean how else are they going to get their money's worth out of their ebay parts!