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Old 11-01-2014, 01:55 PM   #1
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2004 mustang kenne bell question

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Please guys help me in this
This is the last thing i need to know
That if i order 2.1L kenne bell 9psi kit which comes with their factory tune.
What vehcle info do i have to provide them apart from engine spec and tranny
Do i need to tell them ECM code or vin number?




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Old 11-01-2014, 02:49 PM   #2
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I don't know about the ECM code but it might be helpful to have the VIN#. They'll tell you what info that you need when you order the kit.
That tune that they provide is really just so that you can drive the car to get it dyno tuned rather than trailer it to the tuners shop. You won't see the true potential until it's tuned on a dynamometer.
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Old 11-03-2014, 02:23 PM   #3
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Shall i order their CAI and 70mm tb along with 90mm MAF
Or stock filter or tb will work fine?
I have stock block


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If you want your engine to live for a while, I'd stay under 450hp so the TB and airflow meter aren't required but if you want to up the boost later on you'll need them... So, as they say, it wouldn't hurt to do them now.

If you do decide to add the K-B, it will be interesting to see how the tune that they include in their kit works on your car. So far, at least a couple of guys on this website have installed the kit and immediately had to have it dyno tuned because the K-B tune sucked.
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Old 11-03-2014, 07:27 PM   #5
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Thanks for the reply i will get it tune later, but as i will order SC this week i want to drive the car with their tune. As ive heard good and bad stuff about them,
And i will stay under 9psi boost
I was worried about stock 80mm maf meter which was confusing me but since your reply has clear that confusion
So i will go with stock filter and TB stock 80mm and 9psi boost

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Ur maf meter really depends on if the tuner says ur stock maf is pegging out, if i where u i would go ahead and get the 90mm lightning maf and a air temp sensor ( as the lightning maf dont have it inside it like ur stock one does, also ull have to take the maf wires out of ur stock maf plug and wire them into a air temp pigtail) getting it now will save time/ headace on the dyno and wont have to worry about it pegging out, make sure u tell them when u order the kit that u have the 90mm maf so they can tweak the tune for it


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Will the 90mm work with stock CAI and TB ?


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Yea, may need a new silicone coupler to connect the bigger maf to ur piping but yea it will work, if u upgrade ur tb and cai ull tend to run 1-2 lb lower psi but make more power ( and too much power is bad untill u do something about the rods/pistons) so i wouldnt do anymore performance upgrades for more power untill u put u a forged rotating assembly in the block


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And on their tune form it says ECM catch code which i have
But it also says they need calibration number anyone know whats that?


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And on their tune form it says ECM catch code which i have
But it also says they need calibration number anyone know whats that?


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And on their tune form it says ECM catch code which i have
But it also says they need calibration number anyone know whats that?


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No idea, look in the faq of there site and if u still dont see it then give them a call


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Incoming blown engine because kb tune sucks lol..


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