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Hello,
You haven't said what mods have been done to your car. On a stock CIS car, the Dyno is probably/maybe going to turn up some issues with a normal operating CIS. Most likely too rich in parts of your pull. The question is what you are going to do about it? If you are going to do something about it, you may consider doing something about it before hand and doing your tuning during the Dyno pull. If you're not going to mod your car then why do it?

If it were me, I would get an LM-1 or C2Turbo.com gauge setup and check AFR's with a friend calling them off to see what your AFR's are. NO Porsche "Tuneup" does anything with AFR's. They usually set your CO at idle and assume everything else is OK, if you don't have any complaints/issues.

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