Check out some of the vehicles tuned by Solomon's service, including mods done, pictures, videos, and dyno sheets and numbers!
With a Comp Cams 503 cam (224/230/112LSA), this Pontiac has a lot of low-end torque to go with its top-end pull.
Remotely tuned with my Cable Loan method, it has been able to get every last bit of drivability and performance squeezed out of it!
I think you should charge more (help you get those heads done sooner [my Z28 overheated in summer of '08 and I haven't had enough to fix it yet]). From what you mention on your website I assumed you were independently wealthy somehow [I'm not]. I've heard that some other tuners command up to $300 for a similar service. This is the best automotive bargain I know of.
There was a lot more to the process than I expected. I figured for a bone stock application there would just be a few standard tweaks you'd include other than the basic fan settings, shift points, and speedo correction stuff. I ended up making around six logs and installed five [updated] "tunes" to get things just right. I was impressed by the detail of the work involved and the speed of your correspondence.
As a result of the tuning process and your consultation I learned more about my car and discovered and addressed issues that may not have received attention otherwise.
I hope I have an opportunity in the future for another tuning session.
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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? I can loan you one of my tuning kits to allow me to fine-tune your PCM to match your individual setup, without you needing to send me your PCM. No more downtime, and a fully tuned vehicle! Check the link above for details and pricing!
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!