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Old 10-01-2013, 07:53 PM
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Looking for a cheap recalibration

LT1 Swap Has anybody heard anything about Brendan at the aforementioned website ? Thinking of sending my PCM from my '98 silverado to him for a speedometer recalibration and a cheap tune for towing performance. He only charges $75 which is why I am asking. I am also looking at PCM tune for less which charges $175.

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does good recalibration take priority over cheap? I dont know about your area,but in my area the shops with chasis dynos usually have the ability to reprogram most PCMs
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LT1 Swap Has anybody heard anything about Brendan at the aforementioned website ? Thinking of sending my PCM from my '98 silverado to him for a speedometer recalibration and a cheap tune for towing performance. He only charges $75 which is why I am asking. I am also looking at PCM tune for less which charges $175.
You are of sufficient age to understand that you get what you pay for.
I'll put it another way....
"The sour taste of low quality remains long after the sweet taste of low price has been forgotten."
The guy might be the best in the world, so I probably shouldn't be quoting scripture to you.
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LT1 Swap Has anybody heard anything about Brendan at the aforementioned website ? Thinking of sending my PCM from my '98 silverado to him for a speedometer recalibration and a cheap tune for towing performance. He only charges $75 which is why I am asking. I am also looking at PCM tune for less which charges $175.
PCM4Less is ran by Bryan Herter, which is known in the GEN 2 LT1 Camaro/Impalla SS/Vette circles. He developed a calibration for a guy I know for his 1996 Vortec 350 L31 truck on his chassis dyno.
PCMforLess has been around for quite a while now. And I know a lot of people who use him and are happy.

Hours of Operation: 9-5pm Eastern, Monday-Friday.
Phone Number: 724-349-4431.
Email Contact: programmer@pcmforless.com

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PCMforless
1564 Gangl Dr
Stow, Ohio 44224

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