Just because somethings works doesn't mean that it's good.Jesse's tunes are awesome- he's already got a 2009 V up to 600rwhp just with a pulley, tune, intake and exhaust. There's not a lot of 04-07 guys running his tunes, but the 09 V guys are really digging them.
He seems to really know his stuff, and since StealthV got out of the V game, Jesse looks like the way to go.
It's called "word of mouth". If someone dropped $300 on one of his tunes and the car didn't feel better, you can be sure that they'd post up here about it. Everyone running his tunes is happy with them, so they appear to be quality.JonCR96Z said:Who would complain? People who get mail order tunes don't know tuning. I'm not saying anything bad about anyone or there tuning, but if you don't know yourself how can you really recommend?
It felt like it did something, so it must be good.It's called "word of mouth". If someone dropped $300 on one of his tunes and the car didn't feel better, you can be sure that they'd post up here about it. Everyone running his tunes is happy with them, so they appear to be quality.
Also, not everyone has a dyno tuner nearby them or the time to drive to one, so they choose a mail order tune instead. Even someone who knows tuning might choose Jesse's since it doesn't leave a "fingerprint" on the PCM that can be used to deny warranty claims like a dyno tune would. I know plenty about tuning, but chose a spare tuned PCM from StealthV because I don't have a tuner near me and read good things about the tune, and it worked out great.
yup thats his name.. i bought one from him before i had my tune as well.a CAGS Elim is a CAGS Elim is a CAGS Elim...
they are basically just a resistor, not a lot of difference between the many different people selling them.
I got mine from Type911 (I think that's his name).
Oh, is that what that means? Makes more sense now. Still, all he is doing it selling you another PCM.Most tuners don't give you an extra PCM with their dyno tune :hmm:
(just a bigger bill !)
Oh, is that what that means? Makes more sense now. Still, all he is doing it selling you another PCM.
If you were close enough, I'm sure a tuning shop would gladly flash your stock tune back in for next to nothing.
Again dyno tuning doesn't mean good tuning. It means you got on a dyno and got a tune. Some mail orders are far better than some dyno tunes.
Moral of the story is: do your homework before putting your engine/trans in someone else's hands.