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Old 07-07-2016, 04:18 PM   #1
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Trading Mustang on Saturday

Hello

Looking for thoughts.

I am trading in my 2011 MCA V-6 on Saturday.

Should I remove the BAMA Performance 89 tune and revert back to the stock tune?

Should I take the factory air cleaner with me and ask for my CAI back?

I will be taking the oil catch can off and reinstalling the original tube.

What is the procedure for unlocking/updating the tuner for my new Mustang?
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yes to all the above....if it is tuned include the tuner when you trade3 it in.

what you going to get?
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never mind I see it...good luck!
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If you have the stock pieces I would revert it all back to stock and sell the aftermarket pieces. Especially the tuner as it would be married to your old car. To unmarried it would cost about $150 if you don't remove the tune now. Oh Congrats on the new car.
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