Why tune with FRP?

Flyinryan

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Some of you may be overwhelmed when seeking out a performance tune for your truck. Lots of opinions, lots of arguing, not much in the way of clear data. A fast truck is not necessarily a well-tuned truck, and there are lots of other aspects of tuning besides just dyno numbers or track times.

Below are a few accolades that separate FRP from "the rest"

-First to incorporate load based enrichment into JTEC 2 bar truck tunes
-First to tune a 106 LSA camshaft on JTEC (I was told it couldn't be done)
-Only calibrator in the country that can get 2001+ Magnum trucks to pass emissions with a transmission swap
-Perfect 5 star rating on Facebook
-The only Chrysler tuner in the entire Southern US that covers the ENTIRE library of Mopars , cars, trucks, everything from 96-2016!
-Co-writer of SCT's Chrysler Dealer Training literature. When SCT sought out calibrators for insight into Chrysler tuning, they knew exactly who to see!

We know how to make horsepower too. Here are a few records FRP currently holds:

HP (as per chassis dyno)
Highest HP 408 Magnum/46RE Combo : 454.7 WHP/433 WTQ
Highest HP Stock Bottom End NA 360: 355 WHP/340WTQ
Highest HP 4.0-based Jeep I6 engine, pump gas : 425WHP/540 WTQ on 15 psi
Highest HP 2.5 (old AMC pushrod motor) 4cyl: 270 whp/340 wtq



1/4 mile:
Nitrous Stock Bottom End 360: [email protected] (Dakota)
Nitrous Stock Bottom End 360 Jeep: 12.05 @ ??? mph (Jeep Grand Cherokee)
#1 & #2 N/A 4.7 V8 (99-07) Stock Bottom End: 13.77/13.78 (Dakota)
#1 &#2 Nitrous 4.7 V8 (99-07) Stock Bottom End: 13.02 &13.03 (Dakota)

More to come.....
 
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Wiggsy72

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Ryan is an outstanding Mopar tuner. He tuned my non stock 1999 Dodge Dakota R/T and I am extremely impressed with his extensive knowledge and tuning abilities. I highly recommend Ryan.
 
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