Check out some of the vehicles tuned by Solomon's service, including mods done, pictures, videos, and dyno sheets and numbers!
This Porsche has made peace between its German heritage and its former American enemy, by accepting a GM LT1 engine into its engine bay!
Built for the track, this street-illegal car boasts 385ci running 12.4:1 static compression, a cam with 248/256 duration, .615/.622 valve lift, and a 110 LSA, along with CNC ported LT4 heads, 42# Bosch/SVO injectors, running on a mix of 93 and 100 octane fuel.
Mated to the stock Porsche manual transaxle, this setup boasts gobs of torque at any RPM, and pulls hard to 6500 RPM and beyond!
I just wanted to say thank you very much for the great job! My car runs better than it ever has and I couldn't be happier with it.
I can definitely feel more power down low and I seriously surprised my dad with how quick my car is now. I'm very surpised that your tune has made such a difference.
You have an awesome business and I will definitely recommend you to anyone I know and will come back to you for any future projects! There's no way you can beat the price and performance of your product.
Thank you again, and also thanks for staying in touch and giving me tips, I've never had this kind of service with any other work I've had done to my car.
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Do you need a good tune, but cannot afford the down-time of mailing your PCM to me? Do you not have any interest in long-term tuning where you would need to buy your own equipment and tuning software? Now I can loan you one of my tuning kits to allow me to fine-tune your 1986-2003 PCM to match your individual setup, without you needing to send me your PCM. No more downtime, and a fully tuned vehicle!
You can now have the same tuning tips on my website in a handy, printable PDF format, for easy offline reference (over 20 full pages!).
If you decide you like the idea of tuning on your own, visit TunerCat and purchase the C.A.T.S. Tuner software to get started ($69.95). For working on your '94 or '95 LT1 PCM, you'll also need the $EE definition file ($19.95).
Then just get yourself an OBDI ALDL cable and compatible computer, and you're ready! Use my free "Tips" page or buy the PDF version for a small fee, and get started!