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Old 07-26-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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AM CAI & Tune Dyno Results

Thought I'd share this. JLT vs. 93 street tune vs. cold air with 93 street tune. Charts show vs stock car w/ 93 octane. This is from their youtube vid.

JLT only: 266hp / 253tq
93 street only: 265hp / 257tq
93 street w/ JLT: 267hp / 258tq
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So many threads on people asking about cold air and tunes and if they are worth it. You can make your decision on if it's worth it after looking at these charts.
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Looks like CAI is useless for coyotes and cyclones alike
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pretty interesting. im a do it and see myself kinda guy. plus ill be mapping my own tune. we shall see......
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Interesting. Looks like the tune is the most bang for you buck but at CAI looks pretty, and can stand on it's own without a tune as well.
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Old 07-26-2012, 02:59 PM   #6
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for an auto car... id say both are a must. even if there are no power gains from doing both, the tune is essential on these auto cars. ESSENTIAL! the shifting, the torque mgmt all needs to be corrected in a major way. So if you got a CAI already and now you dont think you need to tune because of this chart, think again. Theres no racing on the dyno
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No trust me, i want a tune, i am just waiting to my warranty runs out or is about to. I then plan on doing 3.73 and then i'll grab a tuner as well.
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I'll add this also. Steeda cold air and tune. Tune required intake. Keep in mind these are going to be different conditions on the dyno then bama so it's not great to really compare but here it is anyway.
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Old 07-26-2012, 03:34 PM   #9
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Also not sure what octane steeda was using. Can't remember now so again not a great comparison.

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I've been trying to find a chart of jon lund on a 3.7 but haven't seen anything yet. I've watched his 1/4 mile runs on youtube though. CFM has a chart but I couldn't read the chart on my phone from the youtube video. If anyone has any others post em up.
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i love it. its crazy they put down this much for a 6 Showing up the old 3vs
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No trust me, i want a tune, i am just waiting to my warranty runs out or is about to. I then plan on doing 3.73 and then i'll grab a tuner as well.
Someone please correct me if this is inaccurate:

My understanding is that you can put the stock tune back in the computer, drive for 50 miles, and the dealer cannot tell the difference. That being the case there is no reason to worry about the warranty as far as tune is concerned.
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Someone please correct me if this is inaccurate:

My understanding is that you can put the stock tune back in the computer, drive for 50 miles, and the dealer cannot tell the difference. That being the case there is no reason to worry about the warranty as far as tune is concerned.
Thats a pretty tall risk to take from "internet word of mouth". Unless you know a ford master tech that you are friends with...i wouldnt fully believe that. And who knows what other cool tools they use when a regional inspector comes out to determine the cause of a blown engine.

if you are gonna play with fire, just remember you can get burned.
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They can tell that your PCM has been messed with. They won't be able to tell what was done just that you have reset or messed with the PCM

There have been others on some forums saying that they talked to their dealer, and they were ok with it, but most of the time they would not touch it or if they did it would voide their power train warranty. This was with 3.31's as some dealerships will install those as you can order from the factory that way. For the most part of what i have found is that it is bad news on the warranty side.

I'm just playing it safe, and did axel backs and a CAI as those are so basic and you can revert to stock in no time if you have to.

I haven't talked with my dealer, but i'm just not going to risk it. Plus i need to save up for some future mods. The next ones being lowering springs, and then some new wheels.

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Thats a pretty tall risk to take from "internet word of mouth". Unless you know a ford master tech that you are friends with...i wouldnt fully believe that. And who knows what other cool tools they use when a regional inspector comes out to determine the cause of a blown engine.

if you are gonna play with fire, just remember you can get burned.
And the dealers will only do the 3.31 if you can find, which other members have said they knew people at the dealership (allfordmustangs), and i would like to get 3.73's, maybe 3.55's, but alas that will be 5 years from now.

So i'd rather not get burned.
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Someone please correct me if this is inaccurate:

My understanding is that you can put the stock tune back in the computer, drive for 50 miles, and the dealer cannot tell the difference. That being the case there is no reason to worry about the warranty as far as tune is concerned.
Ok, now drive it 50 miles on a blown motor
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