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Old 12-19-2011, 03:27 PM   #1
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Sorry if this can be found via search but does any local shop have tuning experience with AEM EMS version 2? It's on a 1JZGTE Soarer. Hopefully someone can chime in, ECU will be arriving soon with a base tune but I'll need it tuned ASAP.
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We've done quite a few AEM EMS V2 (more than 20), give us a call sure we can help you out with this.

bcrdukes, lowell still works here.
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i use aem ems v1 and they did a great job with my tune!
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We've done quite a few AEM EMS V2 (more than 20), give us a call sure we can help you out with this.

bcrdukes, lowell still works here.
I just got a 91 180sx (sr20) a few weeks ago and want to get it tuned. its basically stock, just apexi intake, hks ssqv bov, weight reduction and suspension... what would you recommend to go with to get it tuned for now? (eventually i want to get a fmic upgraded rad with e-fans better maf injectors then get a gt2860)
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You should wait until you get the bigger upgrades before any tuning is done.

For now, it's fine to do a baseline run to see what your existing numbers are. Your intake is the only modification you have that will help increase your hp/tq values and if anything, it won't change much from stock values.. The BOV and suspension etc. won't make a difference.
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S13SRiding,

For SR20s, Nistune is always a cheap and reliable solution since it will retain all the factory ECU funtions. You can check the pricing on their website. AEM EMS is also good and with AEM you will have a lot more features such as lunch control, flat shifting, map switch and etc. But as bcrdukes mentioned, it's always best to get all the modification done, before tuning.
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My car is running now! Took a lot longer then I expected. I have a AEM EMS V2 with a base tune for my stock injectors, 440cc. I have 780cc injectors and a HKS fuel rail for my car. Do you recommend that I drive it there, then get you guys to install the rail and injectors, then tune it for 780cc? Or should I install here and limp there with a horrible fuel map.... OR do you recommend that I just get a trailer and trailer it there? I'm from Kelowna.
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Best not to drive a car with base tune that comes with AEM, especialy with bigger injectors without calibration. Best to use trailer.
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