Thread: Tuning classes?
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Old 01-10-2013, 02:04 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by space0monkey View Post
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!
The thing is though, there are plenty of places/shops with a "pro tuner" that charge 500 bucks for a "pro tune" that is subpar at best. I've fixed a few of those tunes here and there. I won't mention any shop names, as I don't want to be sued for slander , but fortunately they are shops that are not popular on this board anyway.

The names that always get brought up on this board, Bren, Matt at Wicked, and DSG are all top notch tuners. Pick whoever is closest to you.
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