I would suggest buying HPTuners along with a wideband O2 sensor. From there, it's pretty easy to learn how to tune. I had zero experience tuning and with the wideband and HPTuners I learned on my own. You really don't even need a dyno. You can do most tuning on a nice open road, or at the drag strip. I scan in-between runs and make adjustments from there.
I am no master-tuner, but I have been doing well enough to not blow-up my engine and put together some good 1/4 mile times.
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