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Old 12-07-2012, 12:54 PM   #1
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sct tune questions?

Has anybody got the sct tune chip or the tuner ffor their v6?? Is it worth it? Does it make a big difference at all? Thanks
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I have the tuner its worth the money
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I have the tuner its worth the money
Did u have a lot of mods wen u got it?
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I have a Cai,intake spacer,exhaust,gears and jmod. But it helps tie all the mods together. A tune is very important
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My tuner is absolutely my favorite mod so

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^ far. I bought it when I only had a cold air intake and does wonders for an auto trans as well. Definitely go with a bama tuner from American muscle. As u add mods they'll just keep sending u new tunes for free.....it's a wonderful thing
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My tuner is absolutely my favorite mod so

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^ far. I bought it when I only had a cold air intake and does wonders for an auto trans as well. Definitely go with a bama tuner from American muscle. As u add mods they'll just keep sending u new tunes for free.....it's a wonderful thing
First but the tune then buy everything else from them and they will send you tunes?
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Anytime u get a new mod you can just email them and they'll hook u up with a new tune
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Anytime u get a new mod you can just email them and they'll hook u up with a new tune
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Has anybody got the sct tune chip or the tuner ffor their v6?? Is it worth it? Does it make a big difference at all? Thanks
Yes a Bama custom chip will definitely make a difference on your V6. You'll notice a ton of awesome improvements! Power, Acceleration, Throttle Response, Gas mileage and much more. We wright each and every tune completely from the ground up for your current set up and driving preferences!

Like listed above, you'll be automatically enrolled into our free tunes for life program. Anytime you need a re tune all you have to do is hit up the Bama team and they'll get you a revised file send out right away!

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions or need some further assistance. The Bama team can be reached at the number below in my signature if you have any questions for them!

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Yes a Bama custom chip will definitely make a difference on your V6. You'll notice a ton of awesome improvements! Power, Acceleration, Throttle Response, Gas mileage and much more. We wright each and every tune completely from the ground up for your current set up and driving preferences!

Like listed above, you'll be automatically enrolled into our free tunes for life program. Anytime you need a re tune all you have to do is hit up the Bama team and they'll get you a revised file send out right away!

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions or need some further assistance. The Bama team can be reached at the number below in my signature if you have any questions for them!

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I heard u guys dont do port and polished intake,and heads
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I heard u guys dont do port and polished intake,and heads
Every car is different. A tune is required when doing work like that
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I absolutely love my sct tuner. So much so I bought one for my explorer as well.
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Has anybody got the sct tune chip or the tuner ffor their v6?? Is it worth it? Does it make a big difference at all? Thanks

Matt, I'm not quite sure what year your mustang is, but for a 2003 Ford Mustang 3.8. You're looking at 19HP and 20TQ gains for a stock motor.

If you have any questions feel free to talk to our tech support team at 866-637-1672 ext 291.

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Does the sct make a difference in an 04? Compared to the 03? 3.8l v6
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Does the sct make a difference in an 04? Compared to the 03? 3.8l v6
The numbers that I have are the same. It's still very impressive for a V6.
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Does the sct make a difference in an 04? Compared to the 03? 3.8l v6
it all depends on the mods you have.
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What if I don't have mods would it be worth it?
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What if I don't have mods would it be worth it?

Those numbers are for a stock vehicle.
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Sorry it's just I don't know much about this stuff what does the sct do?
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It does magic! But really it changes the tune in the ecu. You can let your ecu know about new parts and upgrades that youve installed so that you can get the most out of your mods. All kinds of parameters can be changed. There are a whole lot of things you can do with an sct tuner!
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Alright thanks helps a lot
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Off topic but my friend said that there is spray for your tires that give them grib and make em sticky?? Is there even such a thing?!? Ha
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Off topic but my friend said that there is spray for your tires that give them grib and make em sticky?? Is there even such a thing?!? Ha
Um no but there is spray to make them shiny
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Off topic but my friend said that there is spray for your tires that give them grib and make em sticky?? Is there even such a thing?!? Ha
I don't know if they make it any more more but it was VHT Track bite I think I still have some in the garage ill snap a pic and post up later today
But it's apparently like the stuff they prep the drag strip with.
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What if I don't have mods would it be worth it?
throttle response would be a slightly better. but it's really not worth tuning unless you have some mods in there in my opinion. it's like a waste of money basically. just go to AM and get a CAI to start off. That's a good starting mod for a v6. just work your way up and save money.
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throttle response would be a slightly better. but it's really not worth tuning unless you have some mods in there in my opinion. it's like a waste of money basically. just go to AM and get a CAI to start off. That's a good starting mod for a v6. just work your way up and save money.
U got a tune?
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U got a tune?
no, but i know it really isn't necessary unless you have mods, I'm going to get one as soon as i purchase my gears
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