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Old 07-05-2010, 06:53 PM   #20
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Okay your FOI, It's not my opinion. Your talking about quality of tune and think your better since you charge more? Ray is great at tuning Subarus his results from e-tune beat most of the these other dyno "pro tuned" setups for half the price. I would say he is on par with Jorge Carrillo. Matter of fact there are only 4 tuners that will ever touch any cars I own.
Ray Arroyo
Jorge Carillo
Ryan of 1320
Jeff Evans of Evans Tuning

Here are results/graphs and info just some of the recent tunes.
Dyno Graphs:

Anyone paying more than $250(if that) for an e-tune is crazy. If your putting down 400+hp while pushing 95+% IDC you might as well have it on the dyno with a controlled cooling area.

Originally Posted by Equilibrium Tuning View Post
You're totally entitled to your opinion. I haven't seen Turbotek's work specifically, but I have seen plenty of "E-Tunes" that were called finished and yet needed a lot more work. Considering what they charge, I wasn't surprised that the extra time was not taken to dial the tune in perfectly.

Our remote tuning service will get you the same results as a dyno/road tune in person and that's why we charge within $50 of an in-person tune. EQ Tuning has always been about providing top notch quality and we are not willing to sacrifice this quality by trying to match or undercut the lower priced options. Our customers have always seen this and appreciated our unmatched attention to detail and don't mind paying appropriately for it. The cheaper options will always be out there. Hobby tuners will always be out there. "Friends" who can tune your car will always be out there as well. Its just up to the customer to decide what level of quality they want to go with and what fits into their budget.

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