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Old 05-15-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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okay so i have the diablosport trinity tuner right now and Im running the 93 octane race tune.... i am about to start putting parts on such as cai, gears, exhaust , etc. and i wanted to know if i had to get a new tune for each? or what should i do to gain the most power from these mods??
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okay so i have the diablosport trinity tuner right now and Im running the 93 octane race tune.... i am about to start putting parts on such as cai, gears, exhaust , etc. and i wanted to know if i had to get a new tune for each? or what should i do to gain the most power from these mods??
Gears and CAI you definitely will have to. If you don't have to worry about exhaust unless you gut the whole system. Long tubes, x-pipe, etc. if you are just doing axle back, then no worries
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okay so i have the diablosport trinity tuner right now and Im running the 93 octane race tune.... i am about to start putting parts on such as cai, gears, exhaust , etc. and i wanted to know if i had to get a new tune for each? or what should i do to gain the most power from these mods??
I recommend a tune first and then a new tune after every add on
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Gears and CAI you definitely will have to. If you don't have to worry about exhaust unless you gut the whole system. Long tubes, x-pipe, etc. if you are just doing axle back, then no worries
I'm doing LT headers, bbk off road x pipes and Roush axlebacks
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Even then you don't NEED to but its best to in order to get every hp possible out of it.
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Even then you don't NEED to but its best to in order to get every hp possible out of it.
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A good rule to follow would be any mod that improves on engine breathing, such as the exhaust system you plan to install, should get a tune to take advantage of it.
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okay cool, thanks for the help guys
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