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Old 02-02-2012, 04:25 PM   #1
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Doe anyone know of a good performance/dyno shop in the Tulsa area?
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Doe anyone know of a good performance/dyno shop in the Tulsa area?
Contact the Tulsa Vette Set club. The probably have some members that would know.
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Thank you very much. Have a great day!
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I asked around and came up with this place...

http://www.humbleperformance.com/services.html

I intend on taking mine there after i am sure my warrenties have kicked in. I had a E-Force 1591 installed on my GrandSport a week ago.

Post what you find and i'll do same in another week or so.

UPDATE: they can put the car on the dyno , give you HP and can verify only that your not running too rich or too lean. I guess they are only setup for Honda tuning. hummm doesnt sound like what your looking for.

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Ed has sold his dyno and personally said he really couldnt recommend anyone in this area. Indeed he was the one everyone recommened before his semi retirement. He was where my speed shop used to take their cars.
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XP racing in OKC does a good job. You can give them a call. Also can check with One Percent Motors in Edmond. Never been there personally, but there are some guys on the forum that have used them. Come see Brick Town,catch a Thunder game and have your car tuned.

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