Yeah I'm heading to MZM on July 31st.battousai said:Hmm.. that is true. The only fast car that I've seen is that Yellow SRT-4 that they had... which blew something. When do you plan on going to MZM Performance to go tuning? I'm interested.
I don't think anyone wants to waste money. You have to have some sort of engine management in order for you to get a tune. If you get an UTEC I can get you a rough road tune to get you going. It'll be nice and safe, but I won't be able to extract the most power without the dyno.. but it'll be close.battousai said:Hey, this is David, the guy with the black wrx asking you questions at Tan Tan Restaurant on the night of the Supras. My car probably isn't worth tuning right now, I was hoping you would be going a little later closer to Fall. And I can't go on the 31st cause I have work. But its all good, I can go another time.
Should I wait and get some engine management before I go tuning? Cause I'm not really sure what to buy, and I'm not the one that wants to waste money.
There are no "official" tuners in Houston. A friend and I do road tuning for UTECs at a flat rate per hour, and he has the software to do an ECUtek reflash if you're interested. I believe we are the only ones here.mark5211 said:FWIW, I only mentioned Turbochargers.com because they have an AWD dyno. Not sure that anyone else in town has one? I didn't mean to imply that they could tune a WRX. As a matter of fact, I haven't heard of any official Subaru "tuners" in Houston.
ECUtek and Accessport, if I'm not mistaken, take over the fuel and timing values of the ECU but still allow the ECU to learn and adjust accordingly, while still reading off of the knock sensor and everything.MileHighWRX said:I've got a question about those that you mentioned: Utec, Accessport and the ECUtek reflash. What all do they change? Just boost levels and fuel curves or is it more then that? I guess I am wondering if I can do the same thing with a boost controller and a SAFC-II?