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Old 09-11-2011, 09:47 AM   #1
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94-95 Superchips Tuner

Ok I removed my tuner, that has a 0-7 selector switch and it is a Super Chips tuner. I do NOT plan on reinstalling it. So my question is, is it worth anything? Via EBay or craigslist?
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Ok I removed my tuner, that has a 0-7 selector switch and it is a Super Chips tuner. I do NOT plan on reinstalling it. So my question is, is it worth anything? Via EBay or craigslist?
As long as it still works, it should have some worth.
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Ya it works, but I think it was programed for another set of mods or poorly programed. I did see any used ones on eBay.. Any idea what it could be worth? I'd love to auction it Buy It Now at a cheap price to move it fast. If someone wanted it here and can wait for my 100th post I'd do that also if the offer was good.
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Ya it works, but I think it was programed for another set of mods or poorly programed. I did see any used ones on eBay.. Any idea what it could be worth? I'd love to auction it Buy It Now at a cheap price to move it fast. If someone wanted it here and can wait for my 100th post I'd do that also if the offer was good.
Well if it works and you want to move it quickly I'd price it at half price of a new one or a little less maybe.
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Cool thanks man.
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Why get rid of it have it programed right
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Why get rid of it have it programed right
Honestly I wish the car was bone stock.. Only has 80k miles...
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Ok and ? If u have it programmed right then if should run better
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Honestly I wish the car was bone stock.. I've had a DD that ran mid 8's in the 1/8th. And a put it on the trailer car that ran low 7's in the 1/8th, and I still have a 900RR sport bike if I want to go fast... I bought this car to just drive it..

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Honestly I wish the car was bone stock.. I've had a DD that ran mid 8's in the 1/8th. And a put it on the trailer car that ran low 7's in the 1/8th, and I still have a 900RR sport bike if I want to go fast... I bought this car to just drive it..
I really don't understand why this seems to be a foreign concept to a lot of people.. Don't get me wrong, I'm not talking sh¡T or anything..
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I didnt say run fast but a tune should make "run better" and isn't a 1/8 half of a 1/4 ? I don't drag but would a 8 in a 1/8 be like a 16 on a 1/4 . Not be an ahole just asking
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I didnt say run fast but a tune should make "run better" and isn't a 1/8 half of a 1/4 ? I don't drag but would a 8 in a 1/8 be like a 16 on a 1/4 . Not be an ahole just asking
You should probably do some research on that.. Most 1/4 mile time slips have an 1/8 mile time, and if you were to look at one you would see that is not the case at all. your thought is an intuitive one but far from correct..
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Honestly I wish the car was bone stock.. I've had a DD that ran mid 8's in the 1/8th. And a put it on the trailer car that ran low 7's in the 1/8th, and I still have a 900RR sport bike if I want to go fast... I bought this car to just drive it..

I really don't understand why this seems to be a foreign concept to a lot of people.. Don't get me wrong, I'm not talking sh¡T or anything..
It's because 99.99% of the people who buy Mustangs intend to mod them from the very beginning. That someone would buy one just to drive it as is, is a completely foreign concept to them.
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It's because 99.99% of the people who buy Mustangs intend to mod them from the very beginning. That someone would buy one just to drive it as is, is a completely foreign concept to them.
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It's because 99.99% of the people who buy Mustangs intend to mod them from the very beginning. That someone would buy one just to drive it as is, is a completely foreign%2

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It's because 99.99% of the people who buy Mustangs intend to mod them from the very beginning. That someone would buy one just to drive it as is, is a completely foreign concept to them.
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I didnt say run fast but a tune should make "run better" and isn't a 1/8 half of a 1/4 ? I don't drag but would a 8 in a 1/8 be like a 16 on a 1/4 . Not be an ahole just asking
No, it doesn't quite work like that because you are accelerating faster and faster as you go.

Here is how it is figured:
1/8 - 8.00
= 1/4 - 12.67 (1/8 mile time x 1.5832)
= 1/4 - 12.80 NHRA (1/8 mile time x 1.6)
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Sorry I would but I have no real interest in dragging so to look it up would be a waste of my time but everyone has there own thing . But if u could post one for me then I would see what ur taking about and what's dd is that like a donut shop
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Look at the post north of yours.. DD=Daily Driver... . . .

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Sorry I would but I have no real interest in dragging so to look it up would be a waste of my time but everyone has there own thing . But if u could post one for me then I would see what ur taking about and what's dd is that like a donut shop
Any knowledge gained is far from a waste of time btw=by the way
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Look at the post north of yours.. DD=Daily Driver... . . .

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Any knowledge gained is far from a waste of time btw=by the way
I would agree but when it's something that can not help me in anyway or even intrest me it's a waste of time. Now if it was gonna add a grand to my check each week then I could see it.
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He Trojan could you move the off topic posts to a relevant thread or hell can you delete pls?????
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Just got off the phone with AM.com and they say this is a basic type tuner for my car that retails for $289.99. Going to head over to Fast Lane Performance and see if I can get anything(cash/trade) for it. If not I will post it for sale here first then craigslist or eBay. They also said it will cost $150.00 bucks to tune it correctly.
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He Trojan could you move the off topic posts to a relevant thread or hell can you delete pls?????
All posts have to do with the tuner, which would you call off topic?
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Just got off the phone with AM.com and they say this is a basic type tuner for my car that retails for $289.99. Going to head over to Fast Lane Performance and see if I can get anything(cash/trade) for it. If not I will post it for sale here first then craigslist or eBay. They also said it will cost $150.00 bucks to tune it correctly.
That sounds like a solid plan.
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Was thinking the posts about converting 1/8-1/4 mile times may have a better thread. No worries 

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AM said if I could get between $100.00-$150.00 that would be good. Thought I'd do better at FastLane as they can tune it, and anyone else would have to pay someone to tune it.. Not interested in go fast stuff hoping I can get some store credit for some look good stuff.
Several years ago I trade them some equal length shorty Bassani headers that I had cleaned/smoothed the flanges on for a set of MAC shorties(that were for my year model) w/ gaskets and hardware, and a set of white faced gauges. I'm here now and waiting for them to return from lunch. 
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Damn they take a long lunch. I had to leave b4 they got back. Going tomorrow before 12:30

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Was almost 2:00 when I left
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FastLane is not interested as their price is only $100, and they sell them for $250.. Hella mark up. $300 to tune including dyno time. The guy(s) there say giving my mods and no plans for more there is no need to use it in my car.
So I will post it here until Oct 1 before putting it on eBay.
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