Performance Tuning with PREracing

We offer the best power, performance, and reliability in the industry. Tuning is what sets us apart from our competitors, and we can help you maximize your vehicle's performance. Whether you have a race car, street car, truck, or any other vehicle you need tuned we offer custom services and tuning packages.

PRE tuning is performance you can rely on

Our tuning process is one of the most important parts of PRE Racing. As a result of our partnerships with industry leaders such as Cobb Tuning, ECUTek, and Haltech, we can provide you with superior performance and reliability for your vehicle. Our team is confident that we will maximize the potential of your vehicle.

Tuning a Car

ALL VEHICLES tuned by PRE must retain the following Emission Control Components: (Catalytic Converters, Air pumps, EVAP, PCV, & EGR.) *All tunes require and $100 dollar non-refundable deposit when scheduled.

We will tune dedicated race cars without these "Emission Control Components" but the car must arrive and leave by a trailer and NOT be registered for street use. If you have questions about whether your car meets these criteria, contact us. TO BE CLEAR, the vehicle MUST be a dedicated race car, if we deem it is not, we will not tune!

All tunes require and $100 dollar non-refundable deposit when scheduled.

  • Dyno Rental

    $225/hr, we operate, you tune.

  • Dyno Baseline Pulls

    (Up to 3 Pulls No Changes): $225 Includes HP, TQ, Boost & AFR Printouts. No tuning.

  • Stand-Alone EMS Setup

    (AEM, Haltech, Link, etc.): $225/hr full tuning setup. Includes load-cell based drivability tune, power tune, and cold-start tune.

  • Stand-Alone EMS Tuning

    $225/hr, typical 4 hours per tune.

  • SAFC & DTEC Fuel Tune

    $225/hr

  • Dial-in Physical Timing on Dyno

    $225/hr

  • Dial-in Physical Camshaft on Dyno

    $225/hr

  • Carb Jetting on Dyno

    $225/hr (you must supply jets)

  • OS Tune

    $500, retune $400

  • Cobb ProTune

    $500, retune $400*(includes a pre-dyno inspection.)

  • Speed Density Tuning

    $225/hr*(3 hour minimum.)

  • Tunes

    $225/hr (typically $675)*(3 hour minimum.)

  • License

    Starts at $155,(*varies by vehicle.)

  • Features of HP Tuners

    HP Tuners, the home of VCM Suite and the MPVI since 2003. Now enhancing these to new heights with a new feature rich VCM Editor and VCM Scanner, coupled together with the latest generation MPVI2, this is only tuning and diagnostic solution you’ll ever need for your modern OBD vehicle. Whether your vehicle ranges from stock in search for diagnostics or fuel economy or to the serious performance enthusiast seeking every last ounce of horsepower, we have you covered! The almost endless array of digitally adjustments, seamless live logging, diagnostics and tuning abilities with these powerful tools is why we are the industry standard solution. PREracing been tuning with HP Tuners for 5 years.Learn more

  • Cobb ProTune

    Single fuel $225/hr, re-tune $100 discount

    Multi fuel $225/hr

  • OS Tune

    $500, Retune $400*(Includes a pre-dyno inspection)

  • License

    $350-$900 (Varies By Vehicle)

  • BMW F-Series N55 / S55 Engines

    $225/hr

  • Toyota Supra A90 / 91 3.0 & 2.0 Litre Engines

    $225/hr

  • BMW F&G Series S58 Engines

    $225/hr

  • Ford Ecoboost

    $225/hr

  • Honda Civic TYPE R/SI & Acura CSX (FN2)

    $225/hr

  • Mazda Disi 2.3 MZR Turbo Engines

    $225/hr

  • Mazda MX-5 Miata NC

    $225/hr

  • Mazda MX-5 Miata ND

    $225/hr

  • Mitsubishi EVO 5-9 & EVO X

    $225/hr

  • Mitsubishi L200 Shogun & Pajero

    $225/hr

  • Nissan GT-R R35

    $225/hr

  • Nissan 370Z / Infiniti G37

    $225/hr

  • Infinti Q50 & Q60 VR30 3.0 L Twin Turbo Engines

    $225/hr

  • Nissan Juke

    $225/hr

  • Pulsar

    $225/hr

  • Sentra, Tiida 1.6DIG-T

    $225/hr

  • Subaru BRZ / Scion FR-S / Toyota 86

    $225/hr

  • Subaru WRX & Levorg Dit

    $225/hr

  • Subaru 1999 – 2007 STI / WRX / Forester / Legacy

    $225/hr

  • Subaru 2007 Onwards STI / WRX / Forester / Legacy

    $225/hr

  • Volkwagen / Audi / Skoda / Seat MQB EA 888 Engines

    $225/hr

  • Dodge, Ford & Chevy supported vehicles

    Tunes: $900, retune: $800*(Requires your own Diablosport Trinity. We are NOT tuning Predator, Itune, Itune2, or Itune3.)

  • EFILive Tuning

    Tunes: $225/hr (typically $650)

  • Features of EFILive

    EFILive is an electronic tool for tuning your diesel truck for better MPG, better torque and horse power curves for towing, and improved drivability. Whether you have a totally stock, factory equipped truck looking for a bit of extra “get up and go” or MPG, EFI Live is the best, most cost effective way to meet your goals. PREracing has been tuning with EFI for 6 years.

*Notice: The tune prices listed above are a general price outline. Most tunes for the listed applications fall within those guidelines but all tune prices are subject to change on a case-by-case basis determined by the staff at PREracing. Tune fees do not include any additional shop parts or labor required to complete the tune. PREracing can refuse any tune or stop tuning a car at any point if they feel there is a condition which is unsafe for the car, shop equipment, or any person. Customers are still responsible for any tune fees even if a tune is uncompleted due to mechanical issues or unsafe conditions.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What do I need to do before I bring my car in for a tune?

The Dynamometer simulates road conditions and is no harder on your car than what you will encounter naturally on the street. The only reason a car will ever blow up on the dyno is from a mechanical failure. The reason for the failure can be many things but it is never from the dyno itself. In over 320,000 dyno runs logged on our Dyno, there has been about a 0.002% rate of major mechanical failure.

Should I worry about air leaks?

The number one thing we fight when tuning cars is air/vacuum/boost leaks. Before bringing your car in for a tuning appointment be sure that all vacuum lines are tight and in good condition. Performance Race Engineering can do a simple smoke test that pressurizes your entire intake/PCV system with penetrating smoke that will aid in finding any leaks. Once any leaks are corrected tuning can begin.

What do I need to know about my spark plugs?

Spark plugs are another often overlooked item when tuning a car. Plugs are the final step in the combustion process and are ultimately what decides if you get full combustion. We recommend the NGK or Denso Iridium spark plugs for all cars we tune. Be sure to check your vehicle-specific application guide to see what plug and what temperature range you need for your car. Remember that the factory plug gap is designed to run a factory car. Chances are if you are tuning your car it is no longer a factory so be sure to gap your plugs accordingly. The typical gap for a car running 15psi is .030in cars running higher boost levels may require gaps down to as low as .015in. Ignition system upgrades will allow you to open the spark gap up more but that is an entirely different discussion. We carry NGK Iridium and Denso Iridium plugs in stock for most common applications we tune and we can install them for you prior to your tuning appointment.

Is fuel quality something I should consider consider before a tune?

Fuel quality is very important when tuning a car. Always bring your car to the dyno with the exact fuel mixture you plan to run. If you usually buy your gas in Oregon at a Chevron next to your house it only makes sense to tune the car on that gas. In general, try to pick a fuel station that has separate pump nozzles for each octane fuel they sell. This will help you get the most consistent fuel in your vehicle. In general, we recommend our customers stay away from any fuel additives or octane boosters. Fuel consumption will vary depending on your car's fuel delivery system, overall horsepower, and tuning time so be sure to fill your tank before bringing the car in for a tune.

What type of tires should I use when tuning?

Tires are also important from a safety standpoint. We cannot run studded tires on the metal rollers. Be sure all your tires are in good condition and are inflated to the factory-recommended psi. Tires that are underinflated or damaged can cause serious damage to your car, our dyno, and to anyone standing near or around the car. A tire failure on the dyno could potentially be lethal so please be sure your tires are in good condition. We absolutely will not dyno a car with studded tires, tires with metal cords showing, tires with screws/nails/staples in them, or tires with any visible damage.

Should I check my vehicle fluids?

Check all your fluids before putting your car on the dyno. Should be a no-brainer but roughly 10% of the cars that go on the dyno are low on oil, to begin with.