Last post on Sep 11, 2007 at 6:03 PM
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Honda, Dodge, Volkswagen, Toyota, Chevrolet, BMW, Performance Mods
#40 of 46 Re: more Porsche 911 tuning [steve_]
Dec 12, 2006 (10:05 am)
Know any good porsche tuners here in Los Angeles?
#41 of 46 Re: more Porsche 911 tuning [porschecarrera]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Dec 12, 2006 (4:19 pm)
Someone at Edmunds probably does, although most of our Porsche tuner news seems to come out of Essen. Try a letter to the editors at editorsILedmunds.com.
Anyone else got a SoCal recommendation?
btw, I'm outsourced in Boise, home of the Bogus Basin Bacchanalia hillcross and rally. Check it out - link
#42 of 46 Re: more Porsche 911 tuning [steve_]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Dec 19, 2006 (7:35 am)
Have him call Michael Duffey at Heritage Classic Motorbooks in West Hollywood and ask Michael. He'll know someone, he's an SCCA and Formula Atlantic racer, and works on all kinds of exotic machinery in his spare time....310-657-5278
#43 of 46 Insane Toyota Tuners!
Dec 19, 2006 (12:17 pm)
Fensport in the UK!!!! they did it again
576whp AWD 7th gen Celica
#44 of 46 Re: First CL Tuner By Wald [alissa]
Jan 29, 2007 (9:03 pm)
WALD is okay. I am a Mercedes-Benz enthusiast, I love their cars and Im sorry but there is just something wrong with putting Japanese made parts on a German car. For Mercedes-Benz I like ART, BRABUS, KLEEMANN, Carlsson, and RENNTech. The ART kits are pretty cool, they give a fresh appearance to Mercedes models. ART is very new to the US, but I am hoping to get their name out there. When it comes to BMW well im torn, I like the Alpina style, but Hamann has some great things too; but A.A. has the tuning down for BMW.
I own a tuner shop and Ive got a 2007 CL 550 that Im putting a BRABUS kit on right now. Its the only one on the East Coast right now, according to CEC. Ill put the finished product up when im done. This is the W221 S Class from ART, this is the Sportline kit, they also have an Avantgarde version. Let me know what you think.
#45 of 46 Programers, Chips or Tuners
Mar 06, 2007 (4:01 pm)
I own a 2004 Chevy Tahoe Z71. I have replaced the Air Intake with the K&N 5700 Series, replaced the Plugs with E3 Plugs, replaced the Plug Wires with MSD Super conductor wires, replaced both the Transmission pan and Differential cover with the MAG-HYTEC pan and cover. I'm running Full Synthetic gear oil in both differential, Full Synthetic Transmssion fluid, and Full Synthetic Mobil 1 10Wx30W Oil. I'm going to put in the Mobile 1 Full Synthetic 0Wx30W for better fuel economy. Has anyone tried this oil?
I've been trying to decide on either purchasing the MSD Coils or a programer/chip/tuner, or both the coils and the computer upgrade?
I'm having a problem with making a dicision on which computer upgrade to buy. Programers vs. Chips vs. Tuners? What is the best out there for the amount being charged?
I would like to hear from people who have tried any of the above for their 5.3L engine. And if anyone has a 2004 Tahoe with the 5.3 and has upgraded their computer any info. would be greatly appreciated.
Or if anyone knows of a web address that either talks about the upgrades or sells them. I've checked out quit a few web sites and this is why I now have both doubts and concerns about which one's actually work and which one is best?
#46 of 46 Re: ANYONE KNOW THE BEST AUDIO SYSTEM FOR A Z3? [klarzilla]
Sep 11, 2007 (6:03 pm)
I'm not too concerned with sound, I'm more for power, I really believe it must be some form of animal cruelty to cage horses in any way but on the topic of audio, a highly modified engine is music to my ears. ^_~ rev it!!