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Are there any tuners in NJ that can set up a custom tune for fine tuning an 426 with dyno?

Not looking for a CMR war, just who my Jersey drivers use for setting up a track run


Thank you and please keep this nice
 

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Hate to tell you but "fine tuning" is really done on the street/track. A dyno tune is one thing but it can react differently on the street. My suggestion is to get some logs and send them to JerseyBoy or Johan. Try and find a nice long quiet road to simulate a 1/4 run and log it. At least try to go from 0-115. That way it'll hit 4th for a good bit. We use the dyno really for a good strong base tune then finish it off on the street/track. Good luck man.
 

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That's what I needed to know. I'm looking for that fine tuning. I wasn't sure if I needed to do it on a dyno. That makes things so much easier. Why would I need race gas? I don't want to run on anything other then 93. I know I do t have the fastest jeep, lol never thought I did. To be honest that never mattered to me. I just like the comunitee aspect of making new friends within this hobby.
I am looking to get this set up for great responce for daily driving. I am having that bog issue since the mopar tcm. Also I would like a tune for the track if it needs to be set up different. Josh has been great. Though I like to try other people's skills, I always have. I just don't want to void my warnty or use anyone that would give me an unsafe set up just to get more power.
 

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That's what I needed to know. I'm looking for that fine tuning. I wasn't sure if I needed to do it on a dyno. That makes things so much easier. Why would I need race gas? I don't want to run on anything other then 93. I know I do t have the fastest jeep, lol never thought I did. To be honest that never mattered to me. I just like the comunitee aspect of making new friends within this hobby.
I am looking to get this set up for great responce for daily driving. I am having that bog issue since the mopar tcm. Also I would like a tune for the track if it needs to be set up different. Josh has been great. Though I like to try other people's skills, I always have. I just don't want to void my warnty or use anyone that would give me an unsafe set up just to get more power.
Yeah like Harrison said your fine tuning is done on the street by doing some logs and sending them to your tuner... Also as far as a race tune goes you can do that yourself by adding timing and adjusting your fuel... Do you have a wideband in the beast?
 
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