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    Why not? I was told to gap them to .026-.028 by Cobb.

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    How much does it cost to Pro tune or remap ??

    Quote Originally Posted by KronosPerformance View Post
    The goal is to have 0 knock especially at wide open throttle. Its pulling timing and will affect your power and reliability in the long run.

    I would suggest getting a Pro Tune to take care of that problem.

    Also your fueling is a bit on the rich side...11.5 A/F would be more ideal. 20 A/F off throttle is normal.

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    The cost for a pro tune or remap would be how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKAUS2001 View Post
    The cost for a pro tune or remap would be how much?
    Only the shop you have it done at can tell you that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKAUS2001 View Post
    The cost for a pro tune or remap would be how much?
    Protune would usually cost somewhere between $300 on the very low end, to upwards of $600. All depends on the shop and what they offer though.
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    Also, note that if you have them install parts for you before they tune the price will increase quite a bit.
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