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Old 05-05-2012, 03:07 AM   #1
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Default Good Phoenix area tune shop?

I am looking to do a tune to my stang and don't really know a good tune shop in the phx area. I am in Tempe. Only shop I have heard decent things about is PSR and that AMP is bad. Any help would be appreciated!
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Old 05-05-2012, 03:31 PM   #2
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I'm pretty sure PSR is no more. AMP is still there but my choices is AZDynoChip in Chandler and Extreme in Goodyear.
I'll be going to Extreme after I get my Procharger on.
There are a few more shops but I haven't heard anything good or bad about them.
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Old 05-05-2012, 06:25 PM   #3
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Cool, thanks man. I will probably give AZdynochip a try
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:12 PM   #4
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I've heard very very good things about both Extreme Performance up in good year, yes its a bit of a hike, however I've driven one of the cars that they tuned, and it ran BETTER than stock. no hiccups, no surges, no burbles. nothing. Talk to Scooter3 on here as he is tuned by them, and is at 400HP on stock internals. When I finish my build, this is where I'll be going.

ADC,(arizona dyno chip) has also had a lot of good reviews, however I've never ridden in, or driven a car that has been tuned by them.


I've worked with AMP first hand, and they were pleasant to deal with, until the end of the services we needed from them. Then their talking down on other local shops, and just hatred and the way they had their nose in the air about everyone else really made us shy away from them, and there was a significant amount of money spent with them in parts, and labor to rebuilding a T56 after a clutch explosion, as well as swapping a rotating assembly into a new block from the incident.
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Good stuff, thanks for all that info^^
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Extreme Performance Tuning!!!! They have done all the work to my car and I have had not one issue. I drive this every day and still going strong after almost 30,000 miles. Talk to Marty he is the owner. Nice guy.
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Prodigy17 did you end up going and getting you car tuned at AZ Dyno Chip or Extreme. I am looking at getting my Stang tuned as well, and just wondering where you ended up going and how it went?
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