I emailed him not long ago and he responded back within a few hours. He answered all my questions and seemed like a great guy to deal with. Spoke with another diesel shop online who sells his tunes along with CTT and Proven Diesel and they highly recommend CCS. If I don't go with my local shop then I plan on using CCS for my tuning.
All good, yeah if anyone see's that before I do with someone asking here on the thread, please just make sure I'm aware of it. I don't mind being told something multiple times especially if the spidey senses are going off.
I'm saying that I have ample data to be confident in the accuracy of my fuel economy records (as opposed to driving for an hour and claiming 25mpg). My data says there's no difference between tuners.I don't understand your second part... what do you mean "I had 5 yrs of fuel economy on my old tunes and now 7 months with Optimal and they're pretty much identical. I've never run tow tunes or lower."? I don't make sense of this? How does MPGs equate to length of years and tow tunes or lower? What?
Got it now, thanks for explaining that better for me, appreciate it.I'm saying that I have ample data to be confident in the accuracy of my fuel economy records (as opposed to driving for an hour and claiming 25mpg). My data says there's no difference between tuners.
I mention that I don't use the lower power tunes just so it's clear that I'm not comparing apples to oranges. Obviously it wasn't expressed clearly. Let me rephrase it: All of my fuel economy data from both of the different tuners I've used is based on their "Street" tunes.
I’ve come across their tunes on a couple websites but haven’t seen any actual reviews of them yet. I like their location, on a normal year I would pass by them once or twice a year so I could drop by in personCCS is good i hear. Keep us updated on how the change goes. I am interested in every tuners product and experiences with the tuning and customer service.