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    Default Looking for a Tuner in NW Indiana

    Hello all,
    I was wondering if anyone on here can suggest or provide a reputable tuner in Northwest Indiana? I currently am running an LT4 with the LS1 conversion using the Torqhead conversion kit. The motor is modified so looking for a tuner who has a Dyno or is willing to work off of datalogs as I have the HPtuner program so I can record datalogs and write the program to the computer. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1968NovaSSLT4 View Post
    Hello all,
    I was wondering if anyone on here can suggest or provide a reputable tuner in Northwest Indiana? I currently am running an LT4 with the LS1 conversion using the Torqhead conversion kit. The motor is modified so looking for a tuner who has a Dyno or is willing to work off of datalogs as I have the HPtuner program so I can record datalogs and write the program to the computer. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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    Depending on the distance you're looking for, look up Justin @ Indiana Muscle Car. Extremely adept tuner but he's a little to the east of Warsaw........not exactly NW IN but in the vicinity and I know for a fact he can due the LT/LS PCM hybrid setups because that's what we had on Call 911's Camaro for a few years.
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    Thanks for the replies and references. I will check them both out. I don't mind if I have to trailer the car a bit further to get the car tuned. I don't mind if I have to leave the car with a tuner for a few days. I just want it tuned right. The car runs and drives now but I know the tune needs work as its running a little rich and It can use adjustments in the timing curve. Again, I appreciate the references! Thanks

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