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    Question Evans Performance Academy??

    Hey Everyone, I'm relatively new to tuning and have been wondering about Evans Performance Academy. I see they have a course that covers the Gen 1 Coyote (I have a S550 Gen 3 Mustang) and have been wondering if anyone ever took it. If so how was your experience? I've heard and read extensively about the tuning school and HP tuners and both seem to be okay but not very specific / in depth to the coyote platform.

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    Hi Kamakanaaa,

    If you would like to talk to us about the Ford Coyote course from The Tuning School, we are always happy to answer your questions! Feel free to shoot us an email at info@thetuningschool.com or simply give us a call at 727-264-8875.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamakanaaa View Post
    Hey Everyone, I'm relatively new to tuning and have been wondering about Evans Performance Academy. I see they have a course that covers the Gen 1 Coyote (I have a S550 Gen 3 Mustang) and have been wondering if anyone ever took it. If so how was your experience? I've heard and read extensively about the tuning school and HP tuners and both seem to be okay but not very specific / in depth to the coyote platform.
    Evans Performance Academy has great informative videos. Pretty decent even if you have to pay monthly to view their videos. I'd try them out if I was you.
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    I can train u Im me. Or sale u a tune