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    Thinking about taking this class at some point

    Check out this class, looks pretty awesome:

    http://www.iapedu.com/courses.php?In...---April-24-14

    One of the main instructors is John Reed, the tuner of the Underground TT Gallardos! There are advanced courses available as well on there, and also classes focusing on Advanced tuning, MoTeC, AEM ViPec, Cosworth/Pectel, HP Tuners/EFI, and fabrication. I had heard about this a while back, but just saw all of the details today.
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    Awesome find.
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    Seconded, awesome find and I would want to take this as well. Yes, the guy teaching is the UGR tuner and that is someone I would like to learn from.

    Thanks for finding this.

    Just of curiosity, anyone know how difficult it is to be a tuner in general? I realize this is not a very specific question and incredibly broad but I do not know how else to phrase it.

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    Thanks, I would like to know the answer to that question also.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    Seconded, awesome find and I would want to take this as well. Yes, the guy teaching is the UGR tuner and that is someone I would like to learn from.

    Thanks for finding this.

    Just of curiosity, anyone know how difficult it is to be a tuner in general? I realize this is not a very specific question and incredibly broad but I do not know how else to phrase it.
    It depends , if you are talking about Ford or GM then from now consider yourself as a real tuner but in more advanced cars it gets difficult , you should now it better than me Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    Seconded, awesome find and I would want to take this as well. Yes, the guy teaching is the UGR tuner and that is someone I would like to learn from.

    Thanks for finding this.

    Just of curiosity, anyone know how difficult it is to be a tuner in general? I realize this is not a very specific question and incredibly broad but I do not know how else to phrase it.
    It depends , if you are talking about GM and Ford then you should consider yourself as a educated tuner from now but in more advanced cars it gets difficult . why i'm saying this? you should know it better than me for sureClick here to enlarge

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