i understand all those points but if u guys read the site he wont accept calls unless its to schedule a appointment prior parts purchases or another thing i dont think hes up to fielding questions about it....maybe since you tune you would like to shed some light on thisI agree with CJM. I follow certain guidelines on my tunes as well. For example, you cannot tune an engine that's' got a broken spark plug or rod knock. Engine must be in good running condition prior to tuning. Some people however try to tune themselves, end up screwing up their engines when they should have sucked it up and gotten their car tuned. Regardless of tune cost, it's always engine cost >tune cost or tune for reliability and longetivity of the engine.
-Mike @ Elite Tuning