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Hella_GTR

Anyone recommend a Dyno Tuner in the Japan/Kanto area?

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Hi guys, I'm getting to the point with my BCNR33 where I need to swap out the OEM ECU with a programmable fuel management system and get the car dyno tuned.  I still haven't picked my choice of fuel management yet as I'd like to pick the tuner first.  I live in Tokyo and work in Kanagawa prefecture.  My Japanese isn't the best and I'm having a hard time finding tuning shops in my area.  I know of Top Secret, JUN, Midori, and MINES, but those are all crazy expensive.  Anyone recommend any shops?  I heard E-Next is good but not sure if they do dyno tuning.  The other problem I seem to find is MINES, JUN, and MIDORI have their own ecu's rather than using LINK, Haltech, or something open sourced.  I plan to take the car back with me to the US someday so ideally want a system that can be tuned both in Japan and in the US. 

Any recommendations would be appreciated, more so if the shop speaks some English!  Thank you.

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Hi, thanks man.  I read that article and it looks like he did the tuning at Do Luck.  On Do-Luck's site, I can't find anything relating to tuning so not sure if they still do it but I'll reach out to them and Dino.  I don't think there's many haltech tuners here.  It's also pricey piece but I know it's one of the best, if not the best. I imagine it's pricey to get a GTR tuned here.  I'll keep at it.  Thanks again!

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