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Thumbs up for Ultimate Motorwerks (UMW) performance tune

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I have an UMW performance tune on my car (I bought it that way) and during troubleshooting a cold start issue I was having, I went back to stock tune. I can not believe how much slower the car is when stock! The only mod to my car is the UMW tune, and it is a NIGHT and DAY difference in torque and power. I would have never imagined that it would even be possible to make that much of a difference with just a tune. In all fairness, I don't have experience with turbo cars, and it is probably easier to squeeze power out of a turbo rather than a normally aspirated engine. The car goes from being quick to a car that feels really fast!
If you are on the fence about it and not sure if it is worth the money, I'm telling you that it definitely IS!
Not only is the tune great, but Kevin is also very knowledgeable and willing to help out another enthusiast. It is obvious that he has a passion for what he does and I have to say that I'm very appreciative of the help that he gave me in the past few weeks with troubleshooting my car.
By the way, I couldn't even leave the stock tune on my car for more than a mile or two. It felt so bad/slow that I pulled over and reinstalled the UMW performance tune just to drive home, lol

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Agree!!! A completely different car after kevin 's tune....

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HI, I am currently doing Data Logs for my 996TT. DO i need 3rd WOT into 4th WOT up to 100MPH?


How many runs do i need? I currently have 3.


How long should it take a good tuner to perform the custom tune remotely?

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