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Old 04-07-2020, 05:06 PM   #2293
SubyManV7
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Originally Posted by BrandonDrums View Post
I blew an engine after a 'pro tune' because protunes are usually just dynotunes at and around WOT. What REALLY Saves these engines are the road-tune portion which takes more time than most professional tuners will put into it.

If the shop you're working with on the tune is willing to look at logs with you on a regular basis and make adjustments as the seasons change then go for it. Otherwise I'd just make sure you're familiar with logging and making sense of the learned fuel and knock-correction values and making appropriate changes to your tune to keep them within safe limits.

As I learned, you can spin a rod at 30% throttle in 5th or 6th gear cruising down the highway if you get into heavy knock conditions, no dyno will pick that stuff up, that's gotta be done on the road.
The guy I'm using is doing it on the road...he has a great rep in the area and is a Cobb guru. Thanks!
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