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Hydra Master Ken Hill Remote Tuning - Review of Services

Old 05-15-2018, 11:00 PM
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Originally Posted by LukeG View Post
Damnit Ken, the Hydra resale value just went from a bar of soap and a jolly rancher to just a bar of soap. Haha

Best wishes Brother and it was a great experience working with you!
Thanks Luke. If you ever want to upgrade your engine in anyway, Id be glad to tune your ECU as necessary.
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Old 07-25-2018, 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Ken Hill View Post
I was not sure where to put this post, but I figured since this thread is about my tuning services, I would post it here. I'm not a sponsor of this website, so if this post breaks any business advertising/communication rules, I sincerely apologize.

With FM stopping sale of the 221 and Hydra ECUs, I'm taking this opportunity to stop accepting new ECU tuning customers. The work has been mostly fun for me while providing a little extra money to make my Miata go faster. However, I have been doing this as a side job for 14 years along with being a Dad to a special needs son, husband, and working a day job as an engineer. I tuned 50 this year and my priorities need to change. I want to spend more time with family and driving my Miata instead of working on other's Miatas.

I'm not taking on any new customers. If I have tuned your Hydra, FM221, or AEM FIC6 in the past and you make a change to your car that necessitates re-tuning, contact me via e-mail and I will be glad to work something out for you.

Thank you again, for all the kind comments. I appreciate them very much. Sorry to remove one ECU tuning resource from the market. There are not a lot of us out there.
Sad to hear, but completely understandable. Life comes first. My friend met you at a car meet last year and was really impressed with your knowledge and skills.
Do you have any recommendations on tuners/shops familiar with hydra 2.7 for a dyno tune? I'm in CNJ, had looked at Jeff Evans but was still shopping around.
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Old 07-27-2018, 12:31 PM
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Unfortunately, I do not know of anyone else tuning Hydras.
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