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12-08-2011 05:36 AM
jssaab I'll get in touch weeked may work... I have a spare good DI as well...
12-07-2011 05:37 PM
BuHuSPG Maybe friday, sunday is best for me if possible. I am leaving work early and hopefully will be there by 1p, but I have to leave around 4. I have a funeral Friday night (viewing) and then most of the day saturday.

Is sunday an option? Feel free to give me a call too, I got your last voicemail but its been a busy week.
12-07-2011 05:19 PM
jssaab Sure I can come buy for that engine at the sames time does friday work?
12-05-2011 04:15 PM
BuHuSPG
Longshot: To those with tuned t7's in the Phila area

OK, so this is a long shot. I'm working with Mike D on a tune that doesn't seem to be resulting in my car feeling like it is "tuned." I'm trying to rule out the DI being the culprit, as it is about three or four years old, and I don't know how many miles it has on it. To be frank, I'm a bit of a cheap bastard (I know, a cheap Saaber on TSL, who knew?) and don't want to buy a new DI to replace one that is otherwise working fine.

If anyone has a tuned car in the area that wouldn't mind dropping my DI in - I'd love to try that experiment. There is a beer in it for you!

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