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Hey all,

Thinking about getting a downpipe soon for my 14. Looking to see if there is any good tune shops around westchester county or the NYC area? Thanks!
 

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Hey all,

Thinking about getting a downpipe soon for my 14. Looking to see if there is any good tune shops around westchester county or the NYC area? Thanks!
Im not sure about westchester but fairfield county has a great place called "The Shop CT " in norwalk ct. Its abiut 20 min from Portchester NY

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Sweet! I’ve heard of them truthfully forgot about them haha! Only about 40 mins from me thanks man
 

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If you are just swapping downpipes, any muffler shop can do this. If you want the best bang for the buck tuning, Cobb AP is best in my opinion. No need for expensive tuning with their owner uploaded mapping. Edit: I'm not trying to irk an7 local tuners as they are typically the most knowledgeable. Having went the full tune route in my past, I definitely recommend full intake, up-pipe, down-pipe, cat and exhaust mods prior to a pro tune, otherwise you will have to tune after putting on each new mod. I'm only considering the convenience and cost of the Cobb AP vs pro tuning. You will def. get more gains with a protune day in and day out, it just lacks the convenience of being able to download a tested map from Cobb whenever you want at no charge.

Apologies to all you tuners out there:wave:
 

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Sweet! I’ve heard of them truthfully forgot about them haha! Only about 40 mins from me thanks man
Np jimmy and the guys down there are great and do great work. But if your going in for a pro tune id wait off and put in more then just a downpipe they charge 450 for the first time tune and 500 anytime after ao id make it worth it

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If you are just swapping downpipes, any muffler shop can do this. If you want the best bang for the buck tuning, Cobb AP is best in my opinion. No need for expensive tuning with their owner uploaded mapping. Edit: I'm not trying to irk an7 local tuners as they are typically the most knowledgeable. Having went the full tune route in my past, I definitely recommend full intake, up-pipe, down-pipe, cat and exhaust mods prior to a pro tune, otherwise you will have to tune after putting on each new mod. I'm only considering the convenience and cost of the Cobb AP vs pro tuning. You will def. get more gains with a protune day in and day out, it just lacks the convenience of being able to download a tested map from Cobb whenever you want at no charge.

Apologies to all you tuners out there:wave:
I have an AP plus the cobb SF intake. I also have the nameless muffler deletes was curious to see how much louder my car will be? I really didn’t wanna do a protune just for the DP but Idk if the stage 2 tunes OTS are safe?
 

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Very good to know. Truthfully all I wanna do is Dp for now. I have the AP and Cobbb intake. Stage 2 tune OTS decent?
 

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Very good to know. Truthfully all I wanna do is Dp for now. I have the AP and Cobbb intake. Stage 2 tune OTS decent?
I wouldent know to much about ots maps i only put it in my car to drive to my tuner but if all your looking to do is the downpipe and you have a axel back you might as well find a mid pipe and do the whole thing at once anf call it a day

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