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Old 11-27-18, 01:49 PM
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Looking to find a TUNER in the BAY AREA CA. Looking to learn and expand my knowledge and get an ideal person to work with. Current setup is a Haltech RE with standalone harness stock T2 swap. any help would be appreciated!!!!!!
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Old 11-27-18, 10:47 PM
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The tuners here suck. Ship the car to Los Angeles for Abel, or hit up UMSTuning, Nelson Siverio, or Seth Allen.
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Get a hold of them and get Nelson to take care of you.
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Get a hold of them and get Nelson to take care of you.
That's at least 5hrs away from the Bay Area.
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The tuners here suck. Ship the car to Los Angeles for Abel, or hit up UMSTuning, Nelson Siverio, or Seth Allen.
I'm not really a tuner, I just tune cars.

To the OP, I'm willing to help out and can get everything setup to run and drive as a functional car, and if you truely can't find a tuner there to do it I can help get you started on the tuning process so you can do it yourself. It really isn't that difficult to do yourself once you grasp the process.

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