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Old 12-21-2012, 05:01 PM   #24
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Location: Austin, Tx
2013 Ford Focus ST3


Originally Posted by smiththrs View Post
I prefer engines that work correctly, hanks for the stage 2 tune that drank oil and the "custom 800-900 flowing injectors " that flowed at widely varying rate from 650 to 900 due to your shoddy dremel or grinder works. Not to mention all the out of state transactions that were processed so you can avoid taxes on instate purchases. This is all documented, I have all your receipts that state that you made out of state transaction to a customer in Texas.
So where would you go to get work done then? Please enlighten us with your vast knowledge and experience of drinking oil with a tune.

Also, funny modified injectors have been great and have never seen more than 85% IDC...even when I was on my 350awhp 20g set up. But you know if I was going to go with a case of "I know what Im doing and going to bitch about making customer injectors cause I know my stuff so well and am obviously not trying to cheap out over a build cause I know that when you cheap out on parts you end up getting cheap results" I too would have bought some actual injectors to support my build.

But then again, you know that tunes drink oil. And you clearly have vast knowledge of the inner workings of the billing in their shop and all the knowledge of tax codes and such in Texas.

Then again youre going to school us on injectors and how shotty work they do when you cant even figure out how a TMIC works, or maybe you should complain more about your car not working when youre out and about beating up on it at a track, because running a factory car at the track with "10,000 hard driven miles" with no preparation of it other than a tune and some e85, thats a glorious idea. Cause since you know so much you know that the stock internals on a wrx motor are not exactly the best, and like any factory car, are never meant to ex cede more than what the manufacturer prepared it for. And anything after that or modifications falls down to the owners responsibility in preparing the car for such power and making sure its in shape to handle it. And you rely on your tuner to safely handle the power of the car, which it seems like keith did as you stated he didnt push the car that much because he knew the car would not handle it with the modifications you have done.

So please. Go on. But make it quick, I need to go put more miles on my awdtuning motor and tune thats been running great for the past 30,000 miles of daily driving and hooning around.
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