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Old 08-11-2009, 06:28 AM
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Amazon Tuning???

I saw a few other guys in here from SC as well. When I had my Stang, I had ALL of my tuning done from Rick Erdman at Amazon Tuning Solutions. He had his tuning for Mustangs, Lightnings and LS1s down to a science. He was telling me about his truck, 6.0 at the time, and now a 6.4 with SCT tuning. He is an SCT dealer which is what I had on the stang. So my question is this, has anybody had his tunes or know of anybody running is custom diesel tunes???

I'm sort of close enough where I can drive there for a day and have him dyno tune it and hook it up to his computer and have him do some real close tuning.

Like I said, REALLY GOOD with gas tunes, but how about diesel?
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Never heard of him
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gas and diesel tuning is a completely different game.
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as Sam said, gas and diesel are two different beast..

ask him other then his personal trucks what other 6.0's has he tuned, then see if you can ride in one (if there is more then one)
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Ok. Thanks guys.
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I know some of my friends had him tune their lightning and cobra they say he is the best and it is a bit of a drive for them to come get a tune at amazon.
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Yeah I KNOW for a FACT he is good with gas. My Stang was KILLER when he was done, but like the guys were saying, diesel and gas are different so..... yeah I don't know what I'm going to do. I just wanted to know if anybody had heard any input about his tunes or not.
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Old 08-11-2009, 11:56 AM
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why not call him and see what he says..if hes not to far from you id take the ride and see what he can do for you.

theres a guy local to me that tunes lightnings and mustangs. its called JDM, he has a 6.0 that he tunes himself. i was going to see if he could play around with it but hes a gas guy and like said before gas and diesel are different. its not worth the risk of something going wrong. Eric is really on top of his game with the tuning
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He is semi-close. Close enough to let him tune it for a day and drive home. I've done it twice already, but not close enough to just go talk to him. 3.25 hrs. I may just call and see what he says and let you guys know afterwards, and see if yall agree with what he can do.
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Old 08-12-2009, 07:04 PM
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I wonder if he can get a dually on his dyno. I wouldn't mind swinging by when I'm up for FB season. Curious to see what you find out.
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