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Old 12-13-2013, 10:28 AM   #1
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tuner needed for h-pipe?

Why would one be needed? or would it just be recommended. I'm looking at the MRT maxflow H-pipes catted for v6.
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No. But to get the best power and performance a tune would help a lot!
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Old 12-13-2013, 11:19 PM   #3
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Don't get MRT! They will steal your information, charge your card and not give you product. And it's a custom product so they will tell you 3 weeks but it will really take them 3 months. Trust me, dealing with them for some head rest and the lady you'll deal with, Charlotte, says it's all custom and you'll have to pay whether you're happy or not.

Just get the lethal performance catless one and add cats to it. It'll be cheaper by a smidge and you won't get screwed over like me.
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Hi White

I remember when you had that headrest problem. Did you ever get that solved????
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I remember when you had that headrest problem. Did you ever get that solved????

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Nope. She said I was going to pay for them regardless of if I wanted them or not. I'm sending paperwork to my card company and if worse, I'll get my lawyer involved. And yes, over head rest.
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Yes, Dispute the credit card charges

It is really a shame that some places do business this way. I sold Harley Davidson Motorcycle parts for 27 years and """NO MATTER WHAT"" The customer satisfaction came first I may have lost an item the customer messed up when trying to install it wrong or something, But I never lost that customer.
My boss was a different A-Hole and kept a lot of people pissed off. Most customers came to Me or Steve and stayed away from him.
I'm glad you warned AmericanBulldog before he had to deal with them.
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Anything you change from the factory will have an effect on your PCM. Some modifications will work without a change to the PCM some will require a reprogram. The sensitivity of the PCM is extreme and is designed to be that way. Enlarging the exhaust pipe will change the volume/speed/temp of the exhaust gas. Your PCM will detect this. What it wants to do about it, I'm not sure. If you don't get a trouble code, I would assume that it has adjusted it's self and there will not be an issue. You can join the FORD forum at the FORD performance web site and ask an engineer if you like. But, you already knew that. Great question. Your call, have fun.
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