I bought my tuner and tunes from unleashed. I just had an esp intercooler and added the ngk spark plugs. I thought if you added upgrades they were free..
Just telling ya how it is. It doesnt sound like you researched all your options of tuning and the costs before you jumped in. Which it happens to the best of us. But just so know from this point on, its either monstertuned, take the classes pay the 150 or qhatever to cobb and get accesstuner race, or buy a lifetime protune from one of the many REPUTABLE Ecoboost platform tuners, OR and I in no way recommend or like these, but theres also the 100 flash tunes that strat and some others sell that come with like one or two revisions which i think are 🤮. So those are pretty much your options, or go back to stock...lolI don"t mind paying a fee but come on not the price for a new tune.
Thanks for the feedback sir, glad you're enjoying our Stage X calibration.Or, you can purchase the Monster Tune (for AccessPort) which you can revise yourself; every time you add a new part you just re-flash the tune; re-establish OAR to -1 and the tune revises itself for the new part. This tune will not work with water-meth injection though, so keep that in mind. I've been running this tune for couple of months and have been logging the changes to see each parts improvement. Flashed the factory tune for a base line and V-Dyno (only used for comparison purposes, not really accurate) graphed 235 hp, 275 torque. Flashed Monster tune jumped to 245 hp, 295 torque with inefficient intercooler; switched to Depo 3.5 inch, re-flashed for 255 hp and 300 torque. Added cat-less downpipe, re-flashed for 265 hp, 320 torque. These numbers are rounded off because I'm a bit OCD!
Brew city boost offers tuning using the x4, also another member on here uses SSI tuning. I'd imagine it was also done remotely but he can clarify @HOON-I-CANThinking of going that way. If I can find a good tuner who does the sct x4 I might keep. Anyone who has a scr x4 runer chime in.