Racebox Tuning Experience

Arashi_z_

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In the case anyone is looking for information on a tuning service, thought I’d share my experience with Racebox e-tuning service (hint, its really good!)

first is the customer service-I’m very proficient in what good customer service is and let me tell you this is a business that gets it. The video tutorial they have online is so detailed that even those unsure of how to tie their shoe could e tune a car with these guys. They are responsive to emails and texts, never make you feel dumb, and have been for the 4 months I’ve chatted with them (adding mods etc). TOP NOTCH A1 Service for real. They actually care, they don’t just want your money.

Performance wise: I started adding mods like ldps and a full exhaust and that’s when I reached out to Racebox for a tune. The car really woke up with the tune. My preference was good drivability, so they worked with me in making sure the car was easy to drive like stock until I throw about 30%+ throttle at it, then it’s go time. Im breaking traction on 295 race tires in 2nd and chirping in 3rd on sunny summer days. The amount of torque this thing makes now feels amazing, just kicks you in the back of your seat. On top of that, pull after pull the cars maintaining temps around 190, oil around 176. Everything is mint and I’ve put about 3k miles on since my tune.

in short-Racebox has been tested and is solid for us. I highly recommend them especially if you’re new to tuning since the service is so great-it will make your experience much better. Cheers

made 440hp 520tq on dyno with ldps and exhaust
 

Jah_Happy

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In the case anyone is looking for information on a tuning service, thought I’d share my experience with Racebox e-tuning service (hint, its really good!)

first is the customer service-I’m very proficient in what good customer service is and let me tell you this is a business that gets it. The video tutorial they have online is so detailed that even those unsure of how to tie their shoe could e tune a car with these guys. They are responsive to emails and texts, never make you feel dumb, and have been for the 4 months I’ve chatted with them (adding mods etc). TOP NOTCH A1 Service for real. They actually care, they don’t just want your money.

Performance wise: I started adding mods like ldps and a full exhaust and that’s when I reached out to Racebox for a tune. The car really woke up with the tune. My preference was good drivability, so they worked with me in making sure the car was easy to drive like stock until I throw about 30%+ throttle at it, then it’s go time. Im breaking traction on 295 race tires in 2nd and chirping in 3rd on sunny summer days. The amount of torque this thing makes now feels amazing, just kicks you in the back of your seat. On top of that, pull after pull the cars maintaining temps around 190, oil around 176. Everything is mint and I’ve put about 3k miles on since my tune.

in short-Racebox has been tested and is solid for us. I highly recommend them especially if you’re new to tuning since the service is so great-it will make your experience much better. Cheers

made 440hp 520tq on dyno with ldps and exhaust
Thanks for sharing! My jaw drops every time I see our torque numbers with just some simple bolt ons and a tune. 520 is no joke. I'll be going that route later in the fall. I bet your car absolutely rips.
 

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Did you do an updated heat exchanger as well or is that still the stock unit? When the time is right, i'm thinking it's between Racebox or SonicTuned for tuning.
 
 





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