Turbo Tuning?


champ895
04-04-2007, 08:48 AM
any1 knw where i can get my turbo tuned in ny??

Kuntry_Boi06
04-04-2007, 01:33 PM
umm do a google search man...

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=honda+dyno+tuners+in+new+york

Schister66
04-04-2007, 06:35 PM
RPM NYC
-217-85 98th Avenue
-Queens Village, New York 11428
-tel: 718-740-3277
-fax: 718-740-1331
-http://www.rpmnyc.com
-Hondata/Motec/Apexi/Aem...
-they are good @ what they do...im a very happy customer

NRG-tech
-214A North Fehr Way
-North Bay Shore NY, 11706
-Phone (631) 243-6NRG (6674)
-Fax (631) 243-5NRG (5674)
-All ECUs/roll cages/custom fabrication/engine builds/custom wiring
-http://www.nrgtechracing.com

T&R Racing
-94-36 Merrick Blvd
-Queens, NY 11433
-http://www.rx7s.com
-CROME PRO, HONDATA S100 S200, UBERDATA, HALTECH (E6K, E6X), APEX-i SAFC,VAFC,POWER FC
-Phone (718) 725-0179
-Fax (718) 725-1183
-We tune on a DYNOJET with dynojet Wideband. We Build almost everything.
-Specialize in Honda's and RX7's

Innovative Tuning
-2756 Transit Rd.
-West Seneca, NY 14224
-(Buffalo - Western NY Area) Also offer traveling tuning around the world.
-http://tuning@InnovativeTuning.com
-Phone: 716-674-2334
-http://www.InnovativeTuning.com
-AEM EMS Certified, Haltech, Autronic, Chrome, Ubderdata, KPro, E-manage, S-AFC/VAF-C, PowerFC, etc.
-In house variable load chassis dyno with wideband. Also offer street tuning by request.

Enzo Racing
-5 Madison Ave
-North Bay Shore, NY 11706
-Phone 631-525-5151
-http://www.enzo-racing.com
-Engine management & data acquisition, Custom Fabrication, Dyno Dynamics Chassis Dyno
-Specializing in Autronic

Synapse Motorsports
-40 Komar Drive
-Charlton, N.Y. 12019
-518-470-2748
-http://www.synapsemotorsport.com
-Dyna Pak Dyno, Factory AEM Trained, Hondata Tuning

DRT Racing
Woodside, NY
718 397 8586

Dynojet 248C
Tunes AEM, Motec, Haltech, DFI, CROME, Uberdata, etc

Schister66
04-04-2007, 06:37 PM
^^

I Win

CivicSpoon
04-05-2007, 12:32 AM
My friend went to Innovative Tuning last week to get his car tuned. They apparently sold their dyno and are waiting to get the new one. My friend's aem ems was all f'd up, so he wouldn't have been able to get it tuned anyways. But he said the guys there were cool as hell, very professional, and still shot the shit with him for a couple hours anyways.

Schister66
04-05-2007, 08:05 AM
if i lived anywhere on the East coast, i would bite the bullet and drive to Jeff Evans to get tuned....it may be a little more expensive and a few hours out of the way, but totally worth it IMO. If you have a good setup that you'd like to push to the limits, he's the guy that can help you....i'm only about 2000 miles from him or i would do it!

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