FTK’s Ray McClelland on TruTV’s Motor City Masters
Tune in to Tru TV on June 24th for the first of ten episodes of the new reality show Motor City Masters. This show pits 10 designers against each other in a fight to be the winning designer which will … Continue reading
STOP! Read this post! It’s for a good cause…
I’m sure most of you remember Jim from Street Customs & Restoration (Season 2, Episode 3 of Car Warriors). If not, just prior to coming on set for the filming of the episode, Jim’s son Bryson was diagnosed with … Continue reading
Mantic Clutches Now Available Here!
Tired of doing the R&D work for the manufacturers? Wish there was a company out there that actually lived up to it’s bold advertisements? Read on! Mantic has many years making clutches for manufacturers and has been in the … Continue reading
FTK’s Ray McClelland on SPEED TV
The Car Warriors TV Schedule is Out! Season 2 will get under way February 24th @ 9pm Eastern Time. Don’t miss a single episode of this gut wrenching competition between two teams from across the United States as they attempt the … Continue reading
New Products from Full Throttle Kustomz…Pegs & Dipstick
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What type of fuel should I run in my car after a custom tune?
For a general rule, street tunes are built for high octane fuel and race tunes can only be used with… Continue reading
Choosing a shop for a custom tune.
With the amount of “tuner” shops that have been popping up all over the country in the last five years you often have to wonder if they are actually trained properly or are they simply jumping on the band wagon of being the next great “tuner” because the they have a race car and won a trophy or two? Continue reading
How much should a custom tune cost?
Money equates to time. Each setup is different and also depending on what type of system is being used (piggy back,chip, stand alone, supercharged, naturally aspirated, street or race only, etc) tune costs can range from $250 – $1500. Don’t … Continue reading
Is there such a thing as a good “mail order” tune?
Yes there is. If you are willing to do some work on your end to give your tuner the proper information about your specific vehicle and provide them with a datalog of your vehicle, then absolutely you can receive a … Continue reading
How do I know my car has been tuned properly?
Datalog Datalog Datalog! It’s really easy and if you have any questions ask your tuner and if he/she has nothing to hide then they will be glad to show you how to get setup. Get a laptop, a good wideband, … Continue reading