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Old 03-08-2021, 05:24 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jan 2011
Chapter/Region: RMIC
Location: Denver, Colorado
2015 STI Launch

Default Tuners in the Denver area/experts / Did anyone trade in STI Launch Ed.?

Heya, newish to Denver area, well 8 months. But just bought a 2015 STI Launch Edition. Before I purchased it I knew it had an aftermarket blow off valve, and an aftermarket exhaust. And then when getting it today, I realized that it had to have some gauge clusters hooked up as there is a little hole in the left of the dash...didn't notice that when checking it out...oops.

I got it from an autonation dealership, so a bit of a warranty on it. But, I'd really like to make sure it's got a proper tune to what it's got on it. And also do a compression test.

Or also...I'm sure if it's been modded whoever did it must be a NASIOC guy! Maybe someone's got some input here on it? haha.

Miss this forum, haven't been on it in years...still got my 2006 Saabaru, but it's all the way out in NYC. and 4EAT. Glad I'm finally getting a manual.

But any help would be appreciated on where to go in the Denver area. I'm current living downtown. I really don't think I need a $600+ tune, not looking to race, just want to be safe engine wise.

Thanks in advance! And sorry if I should've posted elsewhere!
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Old 04-07-2021, 04:20 PM   #2
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Join Date: May 2010
Chapter/Region: BAIC
Location: Denver/ Eglin AFB
2006 Fxt


Jason(?)/YamahaSHO is a local protuner that is active on here.

Otherwise, in no particular order:
Boost Creep
Torqued Performance <- your best bet price wise
Jaz Tuning (YamahaSHO)
Edge Autosport

I'm sure there are more. There's a lot of tuners in the area. With a nearly stock car, it's hard to go wrong.
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