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Old 11-06-2011, 11:32 PM   #36
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he could have bought the hardware and the software to tune his car on his own, for less than a dyno tune will cost. I can completely understand if you don't have the money to get the car dyno tuned, but do you really think the schmucks at bama have a clue how to tune the CBAZA ECM's?

I know for a fact that they dont. I have personally seen more than a hand full of the abortions that they call "tunes". I couldn't, and wouldn't ever recommend their service to anyone. Even my worst enemy.

If you want a good tune that's tailored to your build, want to save some money and don't have the ability to get to a dyno, then you should consider contacting the guys over at Dirty Dirty Racing.
That's pretty harsh. I like mine, works just fine.
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Of course the guys at BAMA have a clue or they wouldn't be one of the best for tuning cars.
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Of course the guys at BAMA have a clue or they wouldn't be one of the best for tuning cars.
Is BAMA one of our supporters/vendors?
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AM owns bama so I guess that makes them one in the same...?
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Re: sct 4 bank eliminator chip

We own/operate Bama Performance, which is the custom tuning, performance and development side of the business.

As for our Foxbody tunes, they're literally the least complicated tune that we do. There's 1/16th or less of the parameters that you'd find in a 94+, especially 05+. We know them inside and out and have been tuning them for years. We own a company Fox Body that we tune as well has probably 10+ employee Fox Body Mustangs. We sell hundreds of those chips around the world each month and have had nothing but great experiences, feedback, dyno results, etc.

I used to tune with a Moates quarterhorse, and then bring the data into SCT and burn an SCT chip. This allowed for datalogging with EEC Analyzer and I got to experience hundreds of different Fox Body combinations from NA to Supercharged, Turbo, Nitrous, etc. I don't think our company would be where it is today if our tunes were that horrific, but thanks for the constructive criticism!

Let us know if you have absolutely any questions, whatsoever! Thanks guys!
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We own/operate Bama Performance, which is the custom tuning, performance and development side of the business.

As for our Foxbody tunes, they're literally the least complicated tune that we do. There's 1/16th or less of the parameters that you'd find in a 94+, especially 05+. We know them inside and out and have been tuning them for years. We own a company Fox Body that we tune as well has probably 10+ employee Fox Body Mustangs. We sell hundreds of those chips around the world each month and have had nothing but great experiences, feedback, dyno results, etc.

I used to tune with a Moates quarterhorse, and then bring the data into SCT and burn an SCT chip. This allowed for datalogging with EEC Analyzer and I got to experience hundreds of different Fox Body combinations from NA to Supercharged, Turbo, Nitrous, etc. I don't think our company would be where it is today if our tunes were that horrific, but thanks for the constructive criticism!

Let us know if you have absolutely any questions, whatsoever! Thanks guys!
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We own/operate Bama Performance, which is the custom tuning, performance and development side of the business.

As for our Foxbody tunes, they're literally the least complicated tune that we do. There's 1/16th or less of the parameters that you'd find in a 94+, especially 05+. We know them inside and out and have been tuning them for years. We own a company Fox Body that we tune as well has probably 10+ employee Fox Body Mustangs. We sell hundreds of those chips around the world each month and have had nothing but great experiences, feedback, dyno results, etc.

I used to tune with a Moates quarterhorse, and then bring the data into SCT and burn an SCT chip. This allowed for datalogging with EEC Analyzer and I got to experience hundreds of different Fox Body combinations from NA to Supercharged, Turbo, Nitrous, etc. I don't think our company would be where it is today if our tunes were that horrific, but thanks for the constructive criticism!

Let us know if you have absolutely any questions, whatsoever! Thanks guys!
Yeah i've got a question... How come you guys are so awesome?

In regards to the chip, I'm a happy customer!
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We own/operate Bama Performance, which is the custom tuning, performance and development side of the business.

As for our Foxbody tunes, they're literally the least complicated tune that we do. There's 1/16th or less of the parameters that you'd find in a 94+, especially 05+. We know them inside and out and have been tuning them for years. We own a company Fox Body that we tune as well has probably 10+ employee Fox Body Mustangs. We sell hundreds of those chips around the world each month and have had nothing but great experiences, feedback, dyno results, etc.

I used to tune with a Moates quarterhorse, and then bring the data into SCT and burn an SCT chip. This allowed for datalogging with EEC Analyzer and I got to experience hundreds of different Fox Body combinations from NA to Supercharged, Turbo, Nitrous, etc. I don't think our company would be where it is today if our tunes were that horrific, but thanks for the constructive criticism!

Let us know if you have absolutely any questions, whatsoever! Thanks guys!
Holy, guacamole!
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Yeah i've got a question... How come you guys are so awesome?

In regards to the chip, I'm a happy customer!
^that's great to hear! Thanks for posting your experience with our chip/tunes! We greatly appreciate it!

As for why are we so awesome? Well, that's because of people like YOU who actually purchase from us and post their opinions/experiences and help others in the same boat as yourself. Without YOU we wouldn't be nearly as awesome and without YOU we wouldn't be even be considered awesome. So, thank YOU for making us become awesome!
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Ladies and gentlemen,

The posts by Chris Rose of AM show how a quality, top of the line, conscientious and helpful vendor/supporter acts.

Thanks Chris, class act!
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Ladies and gentlemen,

The posts by Chris Rose of AM show how a quality, top of the line, conscientious and helpful vendor/supporter acts.

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We own/operate Bama Performance, which is the custom tuning, performance and development side of the business.

As for our Foxbody tunes, they're literally the least complicated tune that we do. There's 1/16th or less of the parameters that you'd find in a 94+, especially 05+. We know them inside and out and have been tuning them for years. We own a company Fox Body that we tune as well has probably 10+ employee Fox Body Mustangs. We sell hundreds of those chips around the world each month and have had nothing but great experiences, feedback, dyno results, etc.

I used to tune with a Moates quarterhorse, and then bring the data into SCT and burn an SCT chip. This allowed for datalogging with EEC Analyzer and I got to experience hundreds of different Fox Body combinations from NA to Supercharged, Turbo, Nitrous, etc. I don't think our company would be where it is today if our tunes were that horrific, but thanks for the constructive criticism!

Let us know if you have absolutely any questions, whatsoever! Thanks guys!
Thanks Chris, for coming on for your company and throwing down/supporting your company, I know that is appreciated by many people. It's difficult to defend yourself with people that hide behind computers. I don't personally have your product on my car, mine is a Custom Tune, but I respect your efforts. And if I had any questions concerning Info on those things, I would noit hesitate in calling you guys. Keep up the good work.
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The posts by Chris Rose of AM show how a quality, top of the line, conscientious and helpful vendor/supporter acts.

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Thanks Chris, for coming on for your company and throwing down/supporting your company, I know that is appreciated by many people. It's difficult to defend yourself with people that hide behind computers. I don't personally have your product on my car, mine is a Custom Tune, but I respect your efforts. And if I had any questions concerning Info on those things, I would noit hesitate in calling you guys. Keep up the good work.


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It's very important to us to be active/involved on the forums because without you guys and without these forums, we wouldn't be able to offer the overall support and review the feedback necessary to be successful in a customer-driven economy. Your feedback and support has allowed us to become the supportive and stand-up company you see now. I am very proud to be working with CRose and the rest of the staff here at AM. I have seen QUITE a lot changes/improvements/ideas in the three years on staff here and it's really remarkable to see how much customer influence/involvement is used in our day to day dealings.

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We own/operate Bama Performance, which is the custom tuning, performance and development side of the business.

As for our Foxbody tunes, they're literally the least complicated tune that we do. There's 1/16th or less of the parameters that you'd find in a 94+, especially 05+. We know them inside and out and have been tuning them for years. We own a company Fox Body that we tune as well has probably 10+ employee Fox Body Mustangs. We sell hundreds of those chips around the world each month and have had nothing but great experiences, feedback, dyno results, etc.

I used to tune with a Moates quarterhorse, and then bring the data into SCT and burn an SCT chip. This allowed for datalogging with EEC Analyzer and I got to experience hundreds of different Fox Body combinations from NA to Supercharged, Turbo, Nitrous, etc. I don't think our company would be where it is today if our tunes were that horrific, but thanks for the constructive criticism!

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I live right down the road from you guys can I come in and order this sct-4 bank at American Muscle and just bring my list of mods?
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I live right down the road from you guys can I come in and order this sct-4 bank at American Muscle and just bring my list of mods?
Unfortunately, we wouldn't be able to burn it for you on the spot, as our Tuning Specialists would have to write the tunes and burn them onto the chip for you.

If you wanted to come in and order it in person and have it mailed to you, we could certainly do that, but you could basically save the trip and order it online and have it shipped to you.


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I put the chip in after I did exhaust and headers. Night and day running difference. Get one.
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I'm pulling my old motor this weekend and installing new one , I'm definitely getting this chip but just want to make sure I have everything mods wise !!! I will be ordering it soon!
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I put the chip in after I did exhaust and headers. Night and day running difference. Get one.
Thanks so much for the feedback/support! Glad to hear you like it, it definitely is a night and day difference! People without them have no idea what they are missing!

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Cool! Keep me updated and let me know if you have any questions in the future!
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I'm pulling my old motor this weekend and installing new one , I'm definitely getting this chip but just want to make sure I have everything mods wise !!! I will be ordering it soon!
This is a good idea but remember free tunes for life!!!
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As a matter a fact my car seemed to have desperatly needed it. My CPU was confused by the exhaust and intake. With 60k orig miles it now runs top. Get one
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Nice ride! What year is? My 95 had 79k when I found it. I looked all around the us for low mileage 94-95's, they are hard to find
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I have just want to replace heads cam and intake before I slap it in
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Thanks, got it from an old lady with 32k orig. 5 years ago. Suspension sure didn't like all that sittin. Gettn kmember. And more soon to stiffin things!
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Then you are definitely going to want a chip to tie all of those parts in together. The chip is the best way to get all of your fancy new parts to work in unison and get the best performance out of your modifications.


I would definitely suggest it!

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I have question, if I had SCT eliminator chip tuned for my stock trans. Then upgrade my trans with higher stall, and shift kit. Should I have my chip retuned? Cause the new tranny shifts all sporadic.
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I have question, if I had SCT eliminator chip tuned for my stock trans. Then upgrade my trans with higher stall, and shift kit. Should I have my chip retuned? Cause the new tranny shifts all sporadic.
Might be good to post this question in your tranny thread too.
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I have question, if I had SCT eliminator chip tuned for my stock trans. Then upgrade my trans with higher stall, and shift kit. Should I have my chip retuned? Cause the new tranny shifts all sporadic.

Yes, I would definitely suggest getting it re-tuned for the new auto-trans. Another common issue with autos is not tuning for gear-changes. If you have also changed your gears, that will alter the shift-points as well. So, with an auto if you plan on changing gears or adding a shift/high-stall kit, be sure to get a re-tune. This will get you shifting quickly and at the correct RPMs.

I hope this helps!

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So can I alter the shift points with the performer chip, or isn't there a chip to the tranny? Chips gonna get sent off, gonna get exact specs from transmission dude to inform bama the changes. And a new Borg Warner tps. That should do it. Had a 2500 stall converter installed, to go with the 4.10 gears. Sound about right? No cam yet
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Re: sct 4 bank eliminator chip

I completely agree with AMChrisYoung, definately get your Chip retuned with Gear and Transmission changes. When I put in my 410 Gears, I had my Tune adjusted for them, and love it totally.


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Yes, I would definitely suggest getting it re-tuned for the new auto-trans. Another common issue with autos is not tuning for gear-changes. If you have also changed your gears, that will alter the shift-points as well. So, with an auto if you plan on changing gears or adding a shift/high-stall kit, be sure to get a re-tune. This will get you shifting quickly and at the correct RPMs.

I hope this helps!

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I completely agree with AMChrisYoung, definately get your Chip retuned with Gear and Transmission changes. When I put in my 410 Gears, I had my Tune adjusted for them, and love it totally.
Thanks for the feedback/support, KATO!

Glad to hear your tune updates were exactly what you needed/were looking for!
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