Late Model EFI Performance
EFI TuningTuning is the process of altering your car's stock computer to ensure the car components perform well. It helps ensure that the turbochargers or superchargers have the right settings. Tuning is necessary if you alter your vehicle's stock composition in any way.
Stock computers are tuned carefully to work with all components installed in the car by the manufacturer. The on-board computer controls aspects like fuel and ignition timing, which are necessary to maintain peak performance. Tuning is like the final seasoning that brings all of the flavors together and creates an exemplary dish. It influences the performance of all the components and ensures they work together to offer excellent performance.
We consider tuning one of the most critical aspects of modifying a car. This process is complex and requires a lot of technical skill. Our certified, trained, and experienced technicians are familiar with the technology of high-performance engines and late-model cars. They will make sure your car is tuned correctly and works well.
Late Model TuningNewer car models have more sophisticated computer systems on-board. You need an experienced technician who has worked on later models with EFI applications to carry out the tuning. We use tried and tested equipment on your vehicles to ensure nothing is damaged during the process.
Our team offers in-house and remote EFI performance tuning services, so you have several options to choose from. If you have any concerns, speak with our experts and ask them about the late model tuning method. Our team will provide clear and concise answers so you can make an informed decision. They will explain how custom services work and how they can influence the performance of your vehicle.
When Do You Need Tuning?The car will only function well if all its components work harmoniously. You need to bring the vehicle in for late model EFI tuning if you have changed or replaced any of the parts mentioned below:
- Large camshafts
- Fuel injectors
- Nitrous systems
- High compression pistons
- Intake tube
- Ported cylinder head
Most technicians will automatically recommend tuning after installing or replacing these components. It is a good idea to double-check and make sure that the on-board computer is calibrated before you drive your car out of the service center.
If you want to know more about our late model EFI performance or want to enhance your car, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Real Performance Speed Shop. You can call 775-250-3046 or use our contact us form to reach us.