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I was wondering what everyone has been paying to get their car tuned? The one price I recieved was $400. Is this typical?
 

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$150 here, but it's always been with Mods. installed too so there was a discount. $400 is on the high side for sure.
 

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Damn maybe i've heard wrong about the $200.
Maybe you did hear that. Some tune cars as a side thing to make a little cash so maybe they don't charge as much. Maybe they don't tune for more than an hour or so either. Someone trying to run a business understandably will charge more based on the average fee compared to other businesses (tuners). I've seen fees as high as $600 and as low as $100.
 

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I was wondering what everyone has been paying to get their car tuned? The one price I recieved was $400. Is this typical?
For a full Dyno Tune. 400.00 is a average price. My shop gave me a lifetime Dyno tune for 500.00. It already has paid for itself becasue my car has been tuned 3 times for different mods and I am not through yet
 

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Andrew will tune for like $200 I think. He lives near you. From what I hear, nothing but great things about him
 

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$300 here for a full dyno tune with 3 pulls the first time around. Once you are a customer of theirs and in their system with your custom tune saved in their computer, you can return for a new tune (i.e. you get more mods since the last tune) for $75.
 

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This really depends on the mechanic, the car and the store. I had my Pontiac Firebird tuned-up las month and it cost me $200-250. But if you want your car to perform well, you need to invest on that one. Tuning up is just once in a while.
 
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