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Mine got tune yesterday. We ended up with corrected HP of 313 and 275 tq and baselined at corrected around 270 HP.
94 Silver RX-7 Pep, streetport, stock twins, Power FC, DP, MP, Catback, Zeal function B6 coilovers/Racing beat sways, Racing Brake BBK front & rear, Kirk rollbar/Corbeau FX1 Pro seats, CCW Classic 18x10 all around
my apologies. i was subject to an extremely long day of vehicle assembly, followed by alot of driving and e85 inhalation which has lead to temporary memory issues. or i could also be sufferin from NMCSIDGAF (not my cars so i dont give a **** )
I'd like to give thanks to every one that helped me out on Saturday!
Black Widow was a great shop to have the tunning done at. The owner (I forgot your name, sorry) was more than accommodating, driving me to the local parts store (30 min round trip). I tried to compensate him for his efforts, and he wouldn't take anything. Mentioning that if I wanted to do something that I should give something to his employees. I unfortunately got involved in my car once I got back and neglected to tip the employees. Sorry, it was not intentional. It was nice to see the the employees checking the straps after every run. This among other things made me feel real confident in there abilities.
Steve, is a stand up guy and can't wait to have him finish up the tune once I fix the motor. Chicago tunning session anyone?
All my friends that were there, Bill A, Ryan K, and Don F were a major help, especially on the trip home were I almost ran out of gas. Almost all the stations that carried E85 were closed at 2 in the morning. The trip home took 6 hours. I was able to keep the car between 65-70 on the way home. Stopping at multiple gas stations made the trip lengthy.
I was very happy with my experience, even though the motor stuck a seal at the end and prevented me from reaching the max my setup would provide.
I came Sunday and put down 361/304. My AIT's were getting a little out of hand near the end, so I was very happy with that. The car feels so much faster than when it dynoed 381/320 on the dynojet in STL 3 years ago. Ireally thought Black Widow was a nice shop with a solid staff.