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Old 10-03-2013, 11:07 AM   #1
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I am about to order my Bama tune and CAI this Saturday and it is my first big purchase for my car! I am wondering what all info I will need for the Bama tune so I can start getting it together for when I order it. Any info that was needed for you please let me know. Thanks for the help guys!
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Actually you don't need much. When you fill out the questions they give you it's pretty easy. You'll love that combo tho!!!!
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I am about to order my Bama tune and CAI this Saturday and it is my first big purchase for my car! I am wondering what all info I will need for the Bama tune so I can start getting it together for when I order it. Any info that was needed for you please let me know. Thanks for the help guys!
I typed in "bama tune" in the forum search feature and this is what I found:

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Actually you don't need much. When you fill out the questions they give you it's pretty easy. You'll love that combo tho!!!!
How much of a difference did you feel in the car? And also I have heard the CAI can make the sound of the car and exhaust a little bit deeper. Is that true? I don't have exhaust yet but I would rather shower the power rather than bluff it so I am waiting to get exhaust later.
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A CAI makes a noticeable sound difference.
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How much of a difference did you feel in the car? And also I have heard the CAI can make the sound of the car and exhaust a little bit deeper. Is that true? I don't have exhaust yet but I would rather shower the power rather than bluff it so I am waiting to get exhaust later.
If your an auto you will feel a huge difference. In a manual you'll feel a big difference as well. It made it feel like a whole new car. More power not so sluggish, more responsive as well! The intake will make a difference in sound you'll hear more of your engine too now that it breaths better and a whoosh when you get on it. Lol.
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If your an auto you will feel a huge difference. In a manual you'll feel a big difference as well. It made it feel like a whole new car. More power not so sluggish, more responsive as well! The intake will make a difference in sound you'll hear more of your engine too now that it breaths better and a whoosh when you get on it. Lol.
I have an automatic. But seriously though....
I.CANNOT.WAIT. First big purchase and first mod to my car! Well, besides my floor mats. I was surprised because I ordered floor mats with the mustang pony in the middle and everyone who looks at my car on the inside notices them and really likes them!
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I have an automatic. But seriously though.... I.CANNOT.WAIT. First big purchase and first mod to my car! Well, besides my floor mats. I was surprised because I ordered floor mats with the mustang pony in the middle and everyone who looks at my car on the inside notices them and really likes them!
Awesome! You'll love these mods. Your goin to have firmer shift points better acceleration! I've been meaning to get floor mats buuuut just haven't yet. Lol.
Also if I could suggest to get a throttle body spacer as well! Some people say it's just a paper weight and won't do nothing but for my car I felt more low end power at take off and it whistles so makes it sound badass. Lol.
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Awesome! You'll love these mods. Your goin to have firmer shift points better acceleration! I've been meaning to get floor mats buuuut just haven't yet. Lol.
I was uneasy about how I would feel about them and when I got them I loved the way they looked in my car!
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I am about to order my Bama tune and CAI this Saturday and it is my first big purchase for my car! I am wondering what all info I will need for the Bama tune so I can start getting it together for when I order it. Any info that was needed for you please let me know. Thanks for the help guys!
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I have an automatic. But seriously though....
I.CANNOT.WAIT. First big purchase and first mod to my car! Well, besides my floor mats. I was surprised because I ordered floor mats with the mustang pony in the middle and everyone who looks at my car on the inside notices them and really likes them!
You're definitely going to love the Bama custom tune and CAI! For every Bama Tune we ask you 19 questions about your specific Mustang, including your unique mods and style of driving. This info helps us write custom tunes from the ground-up for your Mustang's mods that will give you the most horsepower that we can safely deliver. We're also constantly developing our tunes! Between our 14 different Project Mustangs and tons of street/track and dyno testing (on our in-house Dynojet 224xLC), we're looking for any minor tweaks to be made that can benefit you guys.

All you need to do on your end is answer the 19 questions and provide us with your Computer Code and you're good to go! You're going to notice large gains in power, torque, acceleration, drive ability, gas mileage, throttle response, drive ability, shift points and much more.

Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future!

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You're definitely going to love the Bama custom tune and CAI! For every Bama Tune we ask you 19 questions about your specific Mustang, including your unique mods and style of driving. This info helps us write custom tunes from the ground-up for your Mustang's mods that will give you the most horsepower that we can safely deliver. We're also constantly developing our tunes! Between our 14 different Project Mustangs and tons of street/track and dyno testing (on our in-house Dynojet 224xLC), we're looking for any minor tweaks to be made that can benefit you guys.

All you need to do on your end is answer the 19 questions and provide us with your Computer Code and you're good to go! You're going to notice large gains in power, torque, acceleration, drive ability, gas mileage, throttle response, drive ability, shift points and much more.

Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future!

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Thanks so much Dan! Some questions I have are: Does the tune take off torque management? I have had where I wanted to burn out and hold the break to build my rpms but when releasing the break the car waits until the rpms lower. Another question is can I leave the speed limiter on the car because I dont want to push the limit of my stock drive shaft until I get a one-piece aluminum one.

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You're definitely going to love the Bama custom tune and CAI! For every Bama Tune we ask you 19 questions about your specific Mustang, including your unique mods and style of driving. This info helps us write custom tunes from the ground-up for your Mustang's mods that will give you the most horsepower that we can safely deliver. We're also constantly developing our tunes! Between our 14 different Project Mustangs and tons of street/track and dyno testing (on our in-house Dynojet 224xLC), we're looking for any minor tweaks to be made that can benefit you guys.

All you need to do on your end is answer the 19 questions and provide us with your Computer Code and you're good to go! You're going to notice large gains in power, torque, acceleration, drive ability, gas mileage, throttle response, drive ability, shift points and much more.

Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance in the near future!

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And one more question is can you give me some information on the free-same day shipping or shipping prices? I live in Louisiana and would like to determine when I would receive it and dictate if I want to spend a little more on shipping.
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Thanks so much Dan! Some questions I have are: Does the tune take off torque management? I have had where I wanted to burn out and hold the break to build my rpms but when releasing the break the car waits until the rpms lower. Another question is can I leave the speed limiter on the car because I dont want to push the limit of my stock drive shaft until I get a one-piece aluminum one.

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And one more question is can you give me some information on the free-same day shipping or shipping prices? I live in Louisiana and would like to determine when I would receive it and dictate if I want to spend a little more on shipping.
Why do you want to leave the speed governor on? Just use foot control and don't drive over 113 mph. Lol.
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Why do you want to leave the speed governor on? Just use foot control and don't drive over 113 mph. Lol.
Because sometimes when I race I just go and don't look at the speed until it shuts me off. Just a preference because if I don't have it then I know I will push it.
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Because sometimes when I race I just go and don't look at the speed until it shuts me off. Just a preference because if I don't have it then I know I will push it.
Well, just get an aluminium driveshaft and you can be impulsive. I can tell you the V6 will not shut down and back off at 140 mph. Lol
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Thanks so much Dan! Some questions I have are: Does the tune take off torque management? I have had where I wanted to burn out and hold the break to build my rpms but when releasing the break the car waits until the rpms lower. Another question is can I leave the speed limiter on the car because I dont want to push the limit of my stock drive shaft until I get a one-piece aluminum one.

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And one more question is can you give me some information on the free-same day shipping or shipping prices? I live in Louisiana and would like to determine when I would receive it and dictate if I want to spend a little more on shipping.
Yes, we can turn off the torque management so that you can do a burn out. We can also raise/lower/set your speed limiter at whatever MPH you'd like. If you'd like us to keep it at the factory 113MPH, that's not a problem!

We offer Free-same day shipping on all of our products. Basically, when you place an order it will leave our facility the same day (as long as it's still part of the business days, all orders must be in before 4:30PM EST if you want it to ship the same day). We do offer guaranteed 1 day, 2 day or 3 day shipping as well! For prices, give my CS team a call and they'll help you out.

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Yes, we can turn off the torque management so that you can do a burn out. We can also raise/lower/set your speed limiter at whatever MPH you'd like. If you'd like us to keep it at the factory 113MPH, that's not a problem!

We offer Free-same day shipping on all of our products. Basically, when you place an order it will leave our facility the same day (as long as it's still part of the business days, all orders must be in before 4:30PM EST if you want it to ship the same day). We do offer guaranteed 1 day, 2 day or 3 day shipping as well! For prices, give my CS team a call and they'll help you out.

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Just ordered the tune and CAI! So pumped and excited! Thanks for all of yalls help!
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Just ordered the tune and CAI! So pumped and excited! Thanks for all of yalls help!
Your are absolutely going to love the combination. It was one of my first mods! Beware, modding is an addiction now! And there will always be room for more mods
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If I had to do it again I'd probably pass on the CAI. The tune was great but other than the increase of sound I noticed next to zero gains.
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If I had to do it again I'd probably pass on the CAI. The tune was great but other than the increase of sound I noticed next to zero gains.
I have to respectfully disagree with my fellow stang banger bro here about CAI makes zero gains. Lol. I'm not sure if one would notice a difference in acceleration with just adding the CAI to a tune opposed to just adding tune. I think a CAI works best when someone gets it to work hand in hand with a full exhaust system. Such as headers, free flowing mid pipes better following mufflers and a tune to top it off. A CAI is not really a stand alone type of mod. You really need other components of mods in order to get the true benefit of the CAI.

I am very happy with my CAI. I love the sound it makes when under WOT and feel it compliments my exhaust set up. A CAI is just one more ingredient to completing the cake. I don't feel its a waste depending on how far one plans to mod there vehicle. I absolutely believe it adds rwhp and rwtq to a vehicle that has a correct set up such as tune and full exhaust system. The CAI is not like getting gears. Its a different kind of mod. It accents and compliments other mods that are on the vehicle and when put all together produce the most power in whole.

No one mod alone will get huge results. Its when you combine a bunch of mods do you see the real power gains. One needs more than flower to bake a cake. Modding a car is like baking a cake. Each mod is an ingredient to making the final product.

There is no way my V6 would of produced 297 rwhp and 276 rwtq had I not had a CAI. How much rwhp did my CAI add to the car? I have no clue but fully believe my power would be less with the stock air box.
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Just ordered the tune and CAI! So pumped and excited! Thanks for all of yalls help!
You're welcome! You're going to love it. Keep up the great work!

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I have to respectfully disagree with my fellow stang banger bro here about CAI makes zero gains. Lol. I'm not sure if one would notice a difference in acceleration with just adding the CAI to a tune opposed to just adding tune. I think a CAI works best when someone gets it to work hand in hand with a full exhaust system. Such as headers, free flowing mid pipes better following mufflers and a tune to top it off. A CAI is not really a stand alone type of mod. You really need other components of mods in order to get the true benefit of the CAI.

I am very happy with my CAI. I love the sound it makes when under WOT and feel it compliments my exhaust set up. A CAI is just one more ingredient to completing the cake. I don't feel its a waste depending on how far one plans to mod there vehicle. I absolutely believe it adds rwhp and rwtq to a vehicle that has a correct set up such as tune and full exhaust system. The CAI is not like getting gears. Its a different kind of mod. It accents and compliments other mods that are on the vehicle and when put all together produce the most power in whole.

No one mod alone will get huge results. Its when you combine a bunch of mods do you see the real power gains. One needs more than flower to bake a cake. Modding a car is like baking a cake. Each mod is an ingredient to making the final product.

There is no way my V6 would of produced 297 rwhp and 276 rwtq had I not had a CAI. How much rwhp did my CAI add to the car? I have no clue but fully believe my power would be less with the stock air box.
Yeah maybe its because I still don't have all the ingredients yet, lol and when that happens I'll switch back to my stock box to get a better appreciation for it and see the difference before switching back to the CAI. But I do believe that with my current set up I don't feel any gains with the CAI, mind you I only have Axel backs and a tune. I ran the car with a tune and stock box for a day then swapped to the CAI and while the tune provided excellent gains right off the bat with the stock air box, I didn't notice any further gains once I installed the CAI the following day. It did provide me with some excellent sound and some nice eye candy but that was the extent of it. For me I'm going balls out on modding this ***** so I'm very happy to hear you say it will compliment everything when I get there, but honestly if someone doesn't plan on doing much more than a CAI I would spend the $300 on other things...like beer lol.
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Yeah maybe its because I still don't have all the ingredients yet, lol and when that happens I'll switch back to my stock box to get a better appreciation for it and see the difference before switching back to the CAI. But I do believe that with my current set up I don't feel any gains with the CAI, mind you I only have Axel backs and a tune. I ran the car with a tune and stock box for a day then swapped to the CAI and while the tune provided excellent gains right off the bat with the stock air box, I didn't notice any further gains once I installed the CAI the following day. It did provide me with some excellent sound and some nice eye candy but that was the extent of it. For me I'm going balls out on modding this ***** so I'm very happy to hear you say it will compliment everything when I get there, but honestly if someone doesn't plan on doing much more than a CAI I would spend the $300 on other things...like beer lol.
I agree with you sir. I love the sound the CAI makes when WOT. I like the eye candy it makes. Lol. Totally agree if someone is only going to mod and stop with a tune, they may want to save the 300 dollars on the CAI.
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I agree with you sir. I love the sound the CAI makes when WOT. I like the eye candy it makes. Lol. Totally agree if someone is only going to mod and stop with a tune, they may want to save the 300 dollars on the CAI.
This is the reason when I do get a CAI I will get one that needs a tune. I already have all the exhaust mods done that I plan on doing with the BBK Short tube, FRPP Xpipe and the Borla A/B Mufflers. I don't plan on ever going F/I so changing the OTA pipes should never be needed. I think 4.5 inches of exhaust should be enough to get rid of Exhaust gasses on a N/A 3.7 since my Mack only has a 4 inch exhaust with a Turbocharged 672 cubic inch motor in it.
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