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Old 09-28-2013, 09:41 PM   #1
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what first.

On my v6 I'm deciding to get exhaust and a jlt CAI and a sf3 tuner

What first though? And wht
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You will probably like the exhaust better as a first mod.
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And why lol
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Its something you will hear every single time you drive it and put a smile across your face... I know, every time i start my car i get this big smile.
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Exhaust should be the first mod
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Amd choice depends on sound preference?
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What does a tuner do for me and how does it work? Confused on the purpose
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Amd choice depends on sound preference?
Yup, its all what you prefer... The best thing for you to do is go onto Youtube and start looking up all the different exhaust combinations you can possibly find for your model car and then make your decision.

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What does a tuner do for me and how does it work? Confused on the purpose
A tuner is a device that changes many parameters of your engines performance which will in turn increase horsepower, torque, and even fuel efficiency. Most people go with the SCT tuner with BAMA tunes from americanmuscle.com. This is a hand held tuning device that comes with pre loaded tunes, you simply plug it into your cars OBDII (underneath the steering wheel) and load the tunes. Then if you combine it with things such as an off road exhaust, cold air intake, or other modifications you can get the tunes updated for those and you will make even more power. Granted you are not going to make a huge amount of power, but enough to feel a difference in how your car performs.
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Yup, its all what you prefer... The best thing for you to do is go onto Youtube and start looking up all the different exhaust combinations you can possibly find for your model car and then make your decision.

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A tuner is a device that changes many parameters of your engines performance which will in turn increase horsepower, torque, and even fuel efficiency. Most people go with the SCT tuner with BAMA tunes from americanmuscle.com. This is a hand held tuning device that comes with pre loaded tunes, you simply plug it into your cars OBDII (underneath the steering wheel) and load the tunes. Then if you combine it with things such as an off road exhaust, cold air intake, or other modifications you can get the tunes updated for those and you will make even more power. Granted you are not going to make a huge amount of power, but enough to feel a difference in how your car performs.
Thanks for all the info man. Glad to have grease monkeys out there still
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The tuners are a great mod. Helps squeeze little more ponies out of bolt ons and a lot cheaper than custom tuning. Very useful.
Just search on here and you'll find many answers to questions you didn't even know you had yet.
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