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Old 01-10-2013, 11:12 PM   #1
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Tuner for Roush

Is there a recommended tuner for Roush mustangs? I find Mach1 and Cobra tuners. Do I use a GT tuner? And what brand is recommended?
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He has the stage 3 supercharged
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Any tuner will work but you need a custom tune for your car if you purchase a new tuner. Most forced induction applications need custom tuning to maximize power.
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Yup dyno tune
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Any tuner will work but you need a custom tune for your car if you purchase a new tuner. Most forced induction applications need custom tuning to maximize power.
Do I get the custom tune from the company selling the tuner? Or is this something I have to get done somewhere else?
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I also have a roush 360R had to be custom tuned full bolt ins put down 440 to the wheel
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I also have a roush 360R had to be custom tuned full bolt ins put down 440 to the wheel
Nice! What bolt ons and what tune will make 440 to the wheel?
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You need to find a professional who will dyno-tune your car. Expect to spend some money.
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You need to find a professional who will dyno-tune your car. Expect to spend some money.
I've looked around this area and everyone is pointing me to a shop that's about 2 hours from here. I guess I'll have to make that ride to find out where I am before I know how to get to where I want to be.
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Do I get the custom tune from the company selling the tuner? Or is this something I have to get done somewhere else?
You get a professional dyno tuner do it for you on a dyno. Find who you are going to have tune the car first and talk to him. Some guys only use one brand of tuners.
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You get a professional dyno tuner do it for you on a dyno. Find who you are going to have tune the car first and talk to him. Some guys only use one brand of tuners.
Okay. I will. Is there a brand that's preferred over others?
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Okay. I will. Is there a brand that's preferred over others?
Like i said, ask the guy doing the tuning. They all ultimately do the same thing in the hands of a good tuner.
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