I normally try and stay out of the Dynoflash stuff, and maybe when something goes wrong it is rare, but why would you take a chance on being that "one guy?" The option to do it ourselves is right here;Warrtalon said:I suppose it's possible, but if you look at the track record, it's extremely rare.
This is one concept I'll never grasp. When I first started getting into DSM's, it was said that no two cars are alike, even with the same mods and I believe this to be true after logging too many Eclipses and Evos. So, not only are you getting something that might be a good tune for your car, your getting further away from a good tune with the "extra margin of safety for the unknown."Warrtalon said:a mail-in flash is based off a tune of another car with your exact mods, it is also made more conservative than a custom tune specifically to provide that extra margin of safety for the unknown.
I emailed AMS the other day asking about getting a "street tune" and how it would vary from a dyno tune. Eric sent me an email back the next day and said they only do dyno tunes...AMS will do a full custom tune for you for $395. That is of course a road tune which IMHO is better than a dyno tune as it they can adjust for real-world driving conditions. No dyno can do that.