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Old 05-05-2012, 01:11 AM   #1
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Sct w/ bama??? diablo??? Whats the besthandheld tuner??
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Sct w/ bama??? diablo??? Whats the besthandheld tuner??
Sct w bama....the best plus free tunes for life of ur car.
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I had both SCT Bama by far.
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I have the SCT tuner with BAMA tunes and I'm happy with it.
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The sct is a nice tuner as well as the diablo it's really preference . The tunes for life is a gimmick u can only mod your car so much before you need a dyno tune, at that time the tuner becomes nothing more than a storage unit . That being said I would go with sct and bama tunes for all your bolt on upgrades as they seem to be making the most power
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Bump. I have a q about the handheld tuners on AM. If I read correctly on their website, there tuners don't work for supercharged cars right?
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Bump. I have a q about the handheld tuners on AM. If I read correctly on their website, there tuners don't work for supercharged cars right?
If you mean Bama then you are correct. Supercharged cars need dyno tuned to make sure the tune is perfect.
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If you mean Bama then you are correct. Supercharged cars need dyno tuned to make sure the tune is perfect.
Mines tuned now but I'll need a tune after I set up my intercooler and the closest mustang dyno tuner around here charges a 500$ flat rate fee. Which is more than what I'd be paying for the intercooler set up. Lol.
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Mines tuned now but I'll need a tune after I set up my intercooler and the closest mustang dyno tuner around here charges a 500$ flat rate fee. Which is more than what I'd be paying for the intercooler set up. Lol.
Yeah but it's the price you pay for the knowing your car isn't going o blow up. If you call Bama they are just going to say get a custom tune.
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Yeah but it's the price you pay for the knowing your car isn't going o blow up. If you call Bama they are just going to say get a custom tune.
Yeah I figured that's what they would say. I suppose I'll wait on the intercooler until I can forge out my bottom end. That will save me some good money on the tune.
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Yeah I figured that's what they would say. I suppose I'll wait on the intercooler until I can forge out my bottom end. That will save me some good money on the tune.
Not a bad plan
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