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I know for a fact that some tuners dont tune their cars on a dyno because it is different from real world driving. Some believe that only the dynometer can be accurate.

which has the advantage? pros and cons?

Im thinking about buying a car that has been road tuned so i wanna know your opinions.
 
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well you dyno tune it to get into safe ranges and get things rolling. then when you hit the track you make little tweaks here and there. your not going to hit the track on a car that has absolutley no tuning. so you kind of need to do both.
 

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I agree, it is best to do both. Most guys get their baseline on the dyno and then tune it on the street from there to fine tune everything. My car usually runs a little richer on the dyno as well.

Steve K.
 
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