Thanks. To be honest I would give them a call because the price can vary depending on how things are set up or if they run into problems. I know it was $175 a hour for the first 3 tuning hours and then after that the price drops quite a bit. For me tuning was not a issue, it was those t-clamps causing multiple boost leaks as well as blowing off a coupler the first pull and a wastegate that was stuck closed so they only charged me shop time when they addressed those issues. Also if you want a e85 tune that is a separate cost.Sounds great Ryon!
How much does SP charge for tuning there?
Also how is that Diff holding up for you?
The diff is good, I will be getting ready to swap it over to my other Supra here soon along with the rest of the drivetrain, some suspension parts, fuel lines and interior.