I'm looking for a speed shop in the Pacific Northwest. I have my car and need to get it tuned after the exhaust install. Seems that all the shops are in California and back east. If you know of any shops out here on the left side of the country.
A speed shop that is focused on the 3 major US brands in Fast Specialties in Vancouver WA. 360-213-2781. In house dyno, 6 bays. Everything from Turbo's, S/C's, to window tinting, clear bras...everything. They use HP Tuners, SCT, Diablo...etc.
Try the "Carb Connection" in Kirkland Washington. They have a RW Dyno and every time I have had my car there they have had makes from the early 60's US muscle cars to late model Ferrari's / Lambo's in for tuning / repair.
Will never forget bringing my 87 IROC in for a Dyno session and having to wait for the Ferrari club to finish. Wound up watching a late 80's Ferrari put down 170 RWHP. My car put down 300+ RWHP and 375 RTRQ......Anyhow, give them a shot.
Stay away from Blood Enterprises in Auburn, Wa. They charge you out the yin yang, and can't read simple directions. I had them install my ARHs and Borlas, and they screwed it up big-time and charged me $859 to boot. Try Wong's Performance in Vancouver, Wa. Nick from ARH swears that Tom Wong runs one of the best shops in Wa. state.
Fast will be doing a 2010 in "stages" with testing in between. Starting with exhaust, cold air and tune. Stage 2 will be headers and retest, Stage 3 ad a Vortech, and then button it up with final results. See if the results match up with the manufacturers claims.
I have done work for Fast and they are a good shop. I use Tom Wong in Vancouver, just down the street from Fast. He is a Chevy LS specialist but can tune any Car. Has dyno also. Wong's Engine Performance.
I forgot to mention " Speed Secrets" in Snohomish. Ask for Ellis Groo, he specializes in LT1 and LS based vehicles. He can do it all, tune, engine / transmission repair and building. There a handfull of C5 - C6 corvettes and 4th gen F bodies running around western WA with well over NA 500rwhp thanks to Ellis. The cars with forced induction run well over 650 rwhp.