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Old 10-21-2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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Bama tuner and supercharger tunes

Has anyone had experience with Bama'
s supercharger tunes with a Whipple or Kenne Bell supercharger?

I am going to purchase a supercharger this winter and I live in an area that does not have a good tuner. I purchased a Bama Tuner a while back and wounder if they have good tunes for a supercharger and Hot Rod Cams setup.

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Has anyone had experience with Bama'
s supercharger tunes with a Whipple or Kenne Bell supercharger?

I am going to purchase a supercharger this winter and I live in an area that does not have a good tuner. I purchased a Bama Tuner a while back and wounder if they have good tunes for a supercharger and Hot Rod Cams setup.

Thanks
Unfortunately, we can't remotely tune for supercharged applications. For all Mustangs with Superchargers, we would recommend getting the car dyno tuned. With a set up like this, it's crucial to have the car in front of the tuner.

We can tune for just about every other set up, NSR Cams, up to a 100 shot of nitrous, all bolt ons etc.. We just recommend a dyno tune for Supercharged/Turbo cars.

I'm sorry I couldn't be more help here!

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Unfortunately, we can't remotely tune for supercharged applications. For all Mustangs with Superchargers, we would recommend getting the car dyno tuned. With a set up like this, it's crucial to have the car in front of the tuner.

We can tune for just about every other set up, NSR Cams, up to a 100 shot of nitrous, all bolt ons etc.. We just recommend a dyno tune for Supercharged/Turbo cars.

I'm sorry I couldn't be more help here!

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Does anyone know a good tuner in Michigan. I live on the SW side near Gran Rapids.


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Hope this helps!http://www.xceedspeed.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26946
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Hey if you can do remote tuning, jon Lund does good tunes. We did a remote tuning session for my kenne bell supercharger and it's a great tune and good service
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Has anyone had experience with Bama'
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I am going to purchase a supercharger this winter and I live in an area that does not have a good tuner. I purchased a Bama Tuner a while back and wounder if they have good tunes for a supercharger and Hot Rod Cams setup.

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I would not run higher boost with a cam... stay around 6 to 8 pounds because your motor wont take it very long.. im on 10 pounds with the stock cams and im right at 475 hp and 500 is the magic number not to go over. With cams I think I would be pushing it
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I got the hot rod cams with kb and I'm sitting at 471rwhp. That's on a street tune, I'm pretty sure it could make more with some tuning tweeks, but i don't wanna push any more than that with stock bottom end,
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I got the hot rod cams with kb and I'm sitting at 471rwhp. That's on a street tune, I'm pretty sure it could make more with some tuning tweeks, but i don't wanna push any more than that with stock bottom end,
Are you running stage 1 or stage 2 Kenne Bell?
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I have the 2.6 stage 2
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I have the 2.6 stage 2
That is the same setup I am looking at. I hate having to cut the car for the air intake.
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It's good setup. I enjoy it. Yea it requires some cutting, but I like the intake where it is. If you prefer not to cut, get a whipple.They both good superchargers. There isnt really much supercharger whine with it ( well atleast at 10 psi ) , which I'm cool with. But if you enjoy the whine, look else where. But all in all , I'm happy, the install wasnt to hard, makes good power and fun to drive.
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i would find tuner and drive it with that much money involved dont want an utoh to happen.... would be worth the hours of driving or trailering it
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