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Old 08-23-2015, 06:45 PM   #1
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anybody done a dyno tune with chip round here? I want to get it done but don't know any places. I have an 89 with a novi 1000 with the usual upgrades (fuel system, intakes, electronic mass air flow). want it to run better and get some power.

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Hands down the best tuner for aftermarket ECUs is Bill at Independent Speed Shop at the East end of the Langley Bypass. call (604) 533-1548. http://www.indy-speed.com
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Hands down the best tuner for aftermarket ECUs is Bill at Independent Speed Shop at the East end of the Langley Bypass. call (604) 533-1548. http://www.indy-speed.com
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anybody done a dyno tune with chip round here? I want to get it done but don't know any places. I have an 89 with a novi 1000 with the usual upgrades (fuel system, intakes, electronic mass air flow). want it to run better and get some power.

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It really depends on how many intakes you're running. If you're running more than two, chipping it can be a bear.
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It really depends on how many intakes you're running. If you're running more than two, chipping it can be a bear.
I added a second intake for more airflow=more power
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