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Old 05-02-2012, 03:26 PM
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Tw chip reburn?

Does any one know if Tony Wildman will do a custom reburn if I drive to him? I just installed new injectors and need a reburn bad. Also if not how long is the turn around if I send it in? It smokes way to much. And who has the quickest turn around but still good tunes?
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Old 05-02-2012, 10:47 PM
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email him and find out how long it takes, he also told me that raul at stealth does re burns as well
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Does any one know if Tony Wildman will do a custom reburn if I drive to him? I just installed new injectors and need a reburn bad. Also if not how long is the turn around if I send it in? It smokes way to much. And who has the quickest turn around but still good tunes?
I replied to your email.
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I'm inquiring about the same thing.

I bought a used TW Chip and Rosewood Stage One Injectors and
it's waaay too smoky in every setting.

My '96 has a true turbo back four inch exhaust, no cat, no muffler, and a Tymar intake. The only thing I don't have yet is a pumped up HPOP.

The shifting is slippy an erratic as well.
I'm definitely in need of a re-burn.
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Old 08-02-2012, 05:09 PM
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Just email and call him he was great to deal with

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