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Remote Tuning

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Ok all I have all my parts ready to install. Once finished I will have Curt handle the remote tuning. For those that have done it remote how long between uploads and communication back & forth did it take? I have access to a dyno but it will cost me $250hr. Other option is in 🇲🇽 where I have a few open long farm roads. Is dyno better or street. The shop where I can rent has said he's seen remote tuning done in an hour and take as long as 8, sometimes more. Hasn't had experience with dusterhauff or others in the mopar world doing remote tunes. They primarily deal with mustang tuners when remote. The shop is familliar with Mopar but primarily the LS stuff. I'd have them tune it but I want the flex. It will be flex tune with a 2.85 and a straight pump E tune with a 2.65. Not sure what I should do here. Let me know your thoughts.

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Only your remote tuner can answer that question. If he's doing it in live time, it can be done quickly. Basically, you do a reference dyno pull, send him the data. He immediately tunes it and sends it back. You flash the tune, do another pull. Repeat until done.

The problem with remote tuning is many of them (large companies mostly) will take your data and send you a tune back in a few hours, the next day... or later in the week. Most remote tuners can just use data pulls from a WOT pull out on the street. Of course, there's some LEO risk with such things as you need to do the pull to the top of 4th gear. In a Hellcat, this would be well beyond felony infraction level :)
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