Great guys over there, but their labor prices suck big time let me tell you. Sound like the gear price isn't too bad, but some of the quotes are ridiculous. They tryed to get Autologic tuning, but that fell apart, so they got some backass crap that nobody uses or knows anything about. Too bad the shop is 5 min from my house.dhg1667 said:I second FLPexhaust.com aka Finish Line Performance. Call and ask for mitch he installed mine for under 200 if I remember right. they also have software now for a couple months to burn mustang chips. They basicly do anyting from rice to a blown 69 SS Camaro, whatever you want to go faster. Tell mitch that Hornback's buddy with the Bullitt recomended the shop so maybe he will get off of my case for buying a mustang. He drives a freaking sweet 95 t/a.
Yes FLP has an excellant dyno with a/f. I dyno my car on it twice a year. Nobody is usig Diablo in Chicago yet or anything for that fact. There are rumors of an Autologic tune coming to one of the shops near Hoffman Estates, but thats not a Ford shop either. I am running a Diablo Delta Chip tune, but thats done out of Indy.BoostedGT said:Does anyone of these guys have a dyno w/ air/fuel sensors??? And do they use Diablo by chance???
I think Doug's been down this road. Getting the Fordchip guys isn't the hard part. Getting a cooperative dyno facility is. That's why Doug goes to Indy for a tune. There are enough customers around here to handle it. Find a willing dyno owner that will spend the entire weekend at the dyno until deep in the night and you might be on to something good. I'll be needing a tune in the spring, and I'll probably be hiking to a Fordchip event.BoostedGT said:Oh, by the way, I talked to Jerry and Pete from Fordchip.com and they said they would come for a dyno day in Chicago if we could get enough people together with deposits So if anyone's interested let me know.