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Old 03-07-2020, 05:24 PM   #1
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JRSC install near Massachusetts

I'm currently looking at getting a jackson racing supercharger kit for my BRZ and was wondering if there are any reputable shops in or near MA that may have prior experience with forced induction installations on this platform.
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I'm currently looking at getting a jackson racing supercharger kit for my BRZ and was wondering if there are any reputable shops in or near MA that may have prior experience with forced induction installations on this platform.
you basically have two options. install it and get it dyno'd at the place that installs it (what my car has).

or get it installed, but run a remote tune (not dynotune) from csg or delicious.

EFI Logics installed and dyno'd my jrsc, theyre in conn. Brentuning has Dyno'd my s1000rr, and done maintenance on the brz as well, but they hate working with ecutek, so id take it to efi, but brentuning would most likely install it. you can decide if you want to install it, then run a dynotune, or run a remote tune from csg or delicious. reach out to both shops and talk to csg and delicious as well. you can ask about different maps, pops and bangs maps, launch control/2 step, etc.

theyre are plenty of closer shops that could do a great job, but it sounds like you only want the best, so thats who id go to. you can also check pro spec auto in quincy, and boostwerks in either nh or conn i forgett
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you basically have two options. install it and get it dyno'd at the place that installs it (what my car has).

or get it installed, but run a remote tune (not dynotune) from csg or delicious.

EFI Logics installed and dyno'd my jrsc, theyre in conn. Brentuning has Dyno'd my s1000rr, and done maintenance on the brz as well, but they hate working with ecutek, so id take it to efi, but brentuning would most likely install it. you can decide if you want to install it, then run a dynotune, or run a remote tune from csg or delicious. reach out to both shops and talk to csg and delicious as well. you can ask about different maps, pops and bangs maps, launch control/2 step, etc.

theyre are plenty of closer shops that could do a great job, but it sounds like you only want the best, so thats who id go to. you can also check pro spec auto in quincy, and boostwerks in either nh or conn i forgett
I appreciate the response! BrenTuning is right near me so that may be my best option. I was originally planning on installing the kit myself and getting a remote tune from delicious but considering this is my daily I'd rather someone who knows what they're doing install it as to not run into any issues down the line. Mike from CSG has been super helpful with my questions regarding the kit!
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