x2^why would you do that when the tuner can do all the adjusting. Leave it alone.
ah, ok, thats a whole different thing.but im talking changing the timing on the cam gears i read it in a book and have heard about it but from what i understand is you change the timing on the cam gears for some reason
very easy if you cut out the valve cover and timing cover to expose the lock bolts.well how hard is it to change it on the dyno well im there?
like $15 cheaper if you pick it up instead of having me ship it.is the hondata the same price if i pick it up when i come in for a tune and does it come with the software for a labtop so i can make some adjustments?
i dont have a house phone lol, and my cell gets crappy service here at the house. and when im not home im usually pretty busy, at least the last few months i have been. best bet is talking on here or in pm, or on aim or yahoo messengeri just want to change the launch settings thats all i want to do my self can you call me my # is 603-313-5591
we'd have to talk about more in detail when the time comes, because dyno tuning and street tuning are two different things, done in different locations, and are seperate costs.so are the cam gears a good idea or are they a waste of money and do you know where i ca get a used set of type s cams and ill dyno my car with you but it will have to wait till salts off the road and if i do the 5 hours can i bring another car just to pull whp numbers or is that extra? if i dont use the whole 5 hours on my prelude
i'll have to edit that somehow lol.How much is dyno tuning? Your thread says $75 + your cut. How much is your cut? Just curious.