Xcal2 users

Discussion in 'Forced Induction & Tuning' started by waltnono, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. waltnono

    waltnono Active Member

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    Hey, I need a custom tune for my 4V swap and I'm debating if I should get a single chip with a couple of tunes or just buy a Xcal2? The prices I've seen for the two aren't to far apart but how user friendly is the xcal2? For those who have one how do you like have' n it?
     
  2. Lightning Struck

    Lightning Struck Legend

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    im interested in this too, from what i have been told the best thing to do is get a custom tune while your on the dyno
     
  3. dapack69

    dapack69 New Member

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    If you just have a basically stock engine a dynow tune really wouldn't be worth it. My friend has a mach 1 and had a mail order tune and then went to have it dynoed tune 6 months later by the same guy that did the mail order. He only picked up 8 more to the wheels on the dyno. Mail orders are good until you do something dramatic.

    I highly recommend Adam at http://www.gulfcoasttuningsolutions.com/ Its a brand new sight he's setting up, but he has been doing this for a couple of years now.