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Old 03-02-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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Do I need a tune?

i have a K&N CAI and just ordered a new throttle body, plenum and spacer from AM. Do i need a tune? I also have a Jet performance module which was already on the car when i bought it. Any help is appreciated!

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I forgot to mention that I have an off road H pipe and flowmaster 40's with stock headers.
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u dont need a tune, but only with a tune u will see the best results out of those mods that u've bought. so if u can afford it, go ahead and buy it too. the tune will really wake up ur car and it's mods.
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OK, I bit the bullet and bought the SCT tuner at AM. If I am going to do it right, might as well throw a tune on it!
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OK, I bit the bullet and bought the SCT tuner at AM. If I am going to do it right, might as well throw a tune on it!
+11. Just take that performance module off before you throw the tune on.
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:11 PM   #5
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Yea, that would probably be a good idea
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