hey guys well when im ready to i was going to buy my intake exhuast and chip all from aa tuning. I really like them. I just found that they offer group packages http://www.aatuning.com/Performance%20Pack...ackage-OBDI.asp
it saves you around 200$ seems like a pretty good deal, i dont think i have seen this up here before and just thought id share this for anyone that likes aa as much as i do. You can move this to where ever it is suppopsed to go, or delete it. anyways you guys think this is a good deal?
Umnitza now provides a mechanic to install all parts ordered right in the box! It's their new "Total customer service program" that will eliminate all the haters and keep incompetents from breaking shit and blaming the vendor! When you are all set simply call INS and they will pick him up free of charge.
What you pay for is R&D. AA has plenty of experience tuning our cars, and the proof is in their staff and products.
Origionally, I was skeptical of AA, as I am with any small company. Working with their staff has resulted in my total endorsement. Dinan, AA, Bavauto, Turnermotorsport...they all offer tuner products and are quite reputable.
As for Active Autowerke, I'm convinced I made the right decision in working with them to develop software for my car. Unlike Turner, they were willing to take my laundry list of mods and a several dyno sheets, and build software. By next weekend, I'll report the results.
You won't have a new car with one of AA's performance kits, but you will have a boost in performance that will be very noticeable, with the reliablility of a trusted tuner.
hey well i just checked out the chip along and it says it offers around 15 hp to the wheel and 17 lbs of torque, along with a new rev limit of 7000. both the intake and exhaust is lucky to squeeze 5hp out of each... so im wondering how they got 15 hp out of that... ill email them, they always give me a fast resonse and i will get back to you guys with some answers
screw going to 7000 rpm, to me thats just asking for problems, i feel that my car has its peak at aroud 5750-6000rpm, so i shift there. i have redlined it once. i know that the chip frees that up, but i would still be careful. "shrug"
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