Tuning

$100.00/hr

Adjusting your car's ECU can be beneficial in numerous ways. Funk E Built has spent countless hours adjusting the ECU of a number of Subarus, and other cars. We offer two methods of tuning for the convenience of our loyal customers. Our goal is to obtain the perfect tune for your build.


Subaru Tuning

Cobb

Stage 1 $250 Must match stage 1 specifications
Stage 2 $350 Must match stage 2 specifications
Stage 2.5 and up $450

Open Source

Stage 1 $300 Must match stage 1 specifications
Stage 2 $400 Must match stage 2 specifications

Tune Adjustments

$100/hour Restrictions Apply

*Dyno sessions starting at additional $100*


Mitsubishi EVOLUTION Tuning

Cobb **EVO X ONLY**
Stage 1 $250 Must match stage 1 specifications
Stage 2 $350 Must match stage 2 specifications
Stage 2.5 and up $450
Open Source
Stage 1 $300 Must match stage 1 specifications
Stage 2 $400 Must match stage 2 specifications
Stage 3 $500 Must match stage 3 specifications
Tune Adjustments
$100/hour Restrictions Apply

*Dyno sessions starting at additional $100*


FORD Ecoboost Tuning

Cobb Available
Starting at $450 *Steering wheel map switching

*Dyno sessions starting at additional $100*

* Prices and items subject to change and availibilty. The price calculated is for estimation purposes only. This is not a quote or guarantee of service. Please contact us for more information.

Dyno Tuning

A dyno tune takes place on a dynamometer. Changes to the ECU are made as the car is placed on rollers connected to the dynamometer which is reading the power and torque. The upside to a dyno tune is the precision that comes from a controlled environment. Dyno tunes normally produce the most power. For dyno tuning add $100 to list price.

Street Tuning

A road tune takes place by adjusting the ECU while the car is in actual motion. Small adjustments are made as the car is driven. Road tunes have their pros and cons. Recreating real life driving conditions on a dyno can be challenging. A road tune has the benefit of experiencing all types on driving conditions.


Before tuning you should make sure:

Before the tuning process can begin, it's imperative your car is in peak mechanical condition. Not only is it difficult to tune a car with boost leaks, fluid leaks, and bad tires, but why take the time to tune a car if it can't achieve its optimal performance?