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Old 08-03-2013, 06:55 PM   #1
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A quick question about an SCT tuner

My question regards to an SCT tuner x3/sf3 I just purchased recently. I can't identify my tunes according to which ones is street tune, race tune and performance tune.

When I load up my tunes, It has 3 options of the following;

93 (s)
93 (s)
93 (p)

I have an 03 GT and I only run 93 octane all the time so I set them all at 93 since I don't use any other octane but 93. Could anyone have an insight of this or possibly help? I've tried 93 (p) and the second 93 (s) so far and just judging by feel, 93 (p) feels more agressive.
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Looks like two street tunes and a performance tune. I have 93s 93p 93r. R for race.

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The performance is more aggressive than street and a race tune is most aggressive.
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Looks like two street tunes and a performance tune. I have 93s 93p 93r. R for race.

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The performance is more aggressive than street and a race tune is most aggressive.

There's no chance one might be mistaken for an R? I know i've tried the performance one and the second (s) and by far the (p) one is aggressive than the second (s). Is it that by some chance bama messed up and gave me 2 street tunes?

I'm going to try the 1st (s) and see how that goes then if not, revert to the (p) until I can call american muscle and ask them what happened. Either way I love the tuner but I want to see the max potential out of it and want to use the race tune.
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There's no chance one might be mistaken for an R? I know i've tried the performance one and the second (s) and by far the (p) one is aggressive than the second (s). Is it that by some chance bama messed up and gave me 2 street tunes?
I suppose it could go both ways. I would contact bama and they will tell you. And will probably send you new tunes.
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My question regards to an SCT tuner x3/sf3 I just purchased recently. I can't identify my tunes according to which ones is street tune, race tune and performance tune.

When I load up my tunes, It has 3 options of the following;

93 (s)
93 (s)
93 (p)

I have an 03 GT and I only run 93 octane all the time so I set them all at 93 since I don't use any other octane but 93. Could anyone have an insight of this or possibly help? I've tried 93 (p) and the second 93 (s) so far and just judging by feel, 93 (p) feels more agressive.
It sounds like one of the Bama members just noted one of the tunes incorrectly. Please give the Bama team a call and they'll help you out!

Our Bama Performance tuning specialists are here in the building Monday-Friday from 9AM-5:30PM EST and Saturday 9AM-5:30PM EST. You can hit them up directly at 888.226.9764 and they'll get you squared away!

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It sounds like one of the Bama members just noted one of the tunes incorrectly. Please give the Bama team a call and they'll help you out!

Our Bama Performance tuning specialists are here in the building Monday-Friday from 9AM-5:30PM EST and Saturday 9AM-5:30PM EST. You can hit them up directly at 888.226.9764 and they'll get you squared away!

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Thank you for the response! I called bama and got it fixed. Seems like they put an extra street tune instead of race tune but it's all good now. I loaded it up last night but couldn't test it due to rain but I'll make sure to do so today. > Thanks!
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