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This is an email/web business for me, since this is not my only day job, so I do not have a business phone line, nor do I use the phone for tuning work. This helps me keep my prices low and turn-around times to a reasonable amount. Email is the way to communicate with me (initially through this form). So, please send all of your questions here and through email. You may also find me on Facebook at the LT1 PCM Tuning page. Thanks for your understanding!
Are you interested in tuning for a GM vehicle not on my order form? Please give me your vehicle's year, engine, and transmission, and if you have it, the service # on the PCM, and I will let you know if I can tune it for you. I can tune GMs only at the moment; not Ford, Chrysler, nor any imports.
Please accept my thanks for everything you have done. After the cam change, it was essentially undriveable unless I constantly took it in and out of drive at stops. The gas mileage had gone down greatly and standing outside I could smell that it was running rich. I had picked a mild cam as it was advertised for the stock computer. But it was useless without a good tune.
I am very happy with the tune and the way it is currently running. That is due to your skill and hard work. I think the cable loan tune that you provide is the best way to do it. The initial tune you provide was good but it was just the starting point. By data-logging and your fine-tuning it from those logs, it really made a great difference. You really went out of your way and did a great job. And I gravely doubt anyone can beat your price.
I would recommend your services to anyone. You have my permission to all or any part of this email on your testimonials page.
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And if you have another email address, please consider using that instead!
Do you need a good tune, but cannot afford the down-time of mailing your PCM to me? Do you not have any interest in long-term tuning where you would need to buy your own equipment and tuning software? I can loan you one of my tuning kits to allow me to fine-tune your PCM to match your individual setup, without you needing to send me your PCM. No more downtime, and a fully tuned vehicle! Check the link above for details and pricing!
You can now have the same tuning tips on my website in a handy, printable PDF format, for easy offline reference (over 20 full pages!).
If you decide you like the idea of tuning on your own, visit TunerCat and purchase the C.A.T.S. Tuner software to get started ($69.95). For working on your '94 or '95 LT1 PCM, you'll also need the $EE definition file ($19.95).
Then just get yourself an OBDI ALDL cable and compatible computer, and you're ready! Use my free "Tips" page or buy the PDF version for a small fee, and get started!