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    PresionTuning- Protune?

    Just wondering if you can get a protune at PT in brick? i know they were talking about getting a dyno...?

    They are listed on cobbs website .

    Anyone have answers? i guess i just could call them, lol, but i am lazy.
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    Im also wanting to know this.

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    Im calling tomorrow this is very very intersting. I had no idea they were even considering this. I havent been down there since July. Man that would be great if they tuned the AP.
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    Yeh, they got a guy whose going to be protuning the AP. He has all the equipment but I dont know if he started yet because he is still learning.
    Check out the Precision Tuning Forums, all your questions can be answered there on it.
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    Do they have a dyno? I didnt see that on the fourm but Cobbs site says they do. This would be awesome.

    Edit: Nevermind Im a stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolarisSnT
    Do they have a dyno? I didnt see that on the fourm but Cobbs site says they do. This would be awesome.

    Edit: Nevermind Im a stupid.
    No dyno, road tuning. But they may have access to one, it seems from the postings on their forum.
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    They have access to a 4wd dyno in lakewood
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    To answer your questions-

    I will be Protuning at Precision in Brick, so they will be offering this service soon.

    I say soon because due to some issues I am having due to an accident, it is very hard for me to dedicate 100% of my time to this. I wish I could but at the moment it is very tough for me. I also took some time to become familiar with the software. It is nothing like the UTEC and more like what I am used to dealing with so it was easier for me. I also took time to be around an extreemly knowlegable tuner to show me the ropes of the software.

    We (meaning Precision) don't own a Dyno, but are currently working on an arraingment to rent a dyno for specified days. Currenetly all tunes will be road tunes, then when\if enough customers want and commit to dyno sessions we will start blocking off dyno days.

    I don't spend alot of time browsing all the WRX forums even though I am a member of almost all of them. So if you could, please direct all questions to Precision Tunings website\forum - http://www.precisiontuning.com/board/ and go to the cobb subforum.

    If questions are directed there I will be able to answer you in a more timly fashion and give you a direct answer instead of missing your post and no answering. If you could pass the word it would be greatly appreciated and thanks for your time and support.

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