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Old 04-25-2008, 01:26 AM   #1
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2006 V6 Intake

I am looking at Intakes, I have been looking into the C&L COMPLETE MAF SYSTEM FOR 05-08 MUSTANG 4.0L V6. Comes with Diablosport Predator Tuner.

What is oppinions on this set up?

Any comments would be great
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Re: 2006 V6 Intake

im sure it would work good, but i wouldnt put all the money in a can mail order tune. I would get a REAL tune from a dyno tune shop that KNOWS your car. If at all possible get your car on the dyno and get it tuned in person rather than with a mail order for the best results.
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I was wondering about that, they are wanting like $250 for the tuner and how often will i really use it. there is dif tune depending on what you want, i always use 91 octane but at time i would like to save gas, how much gas will I really save and is it worth spending $250 on a tuner so i cna change it to save the gas. Think i will just get the intake with the throtlebody spacer and do exactly what you said and let a professional tune it.

let me ask you this, in the doc for this tuner it also says you can change the tire size so everything stays accurate, reason im asking this is i do want to put 20s on it but at the same time i want to keep some side wall for better performance so i was thinking of going with 20's and getting bigger tires, total diam is like 27 and 3/4 inches, thinking of going to something like 29in or as close to it as pos, what you think about that?

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your stock tune car will run better on 87 as its not setup for premium so its useless to run anything else other than 87 regular.

amazon tunning offers free tunes for life~ im sure other places do as well, a real tune is where its at.
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well i use 91 cause i always get ping out of it if i dont, 89 isnt so bad unless i get after it then at around 3600 it will start to ping, on 91 i never get any ping no matter what im doing
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