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Old 07-08-2014, 11:07 AM   #1
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If I have a custom tune on my car and I want to switch to a diff one do I have to return to stock first or no?


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Old 07-08-2014, 11:20 AM   #2
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do you NEED to return to stock before loading new tunes on tuner?

Yes you do... here is a thread link.
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Also, if for some reason you do not have your stock tune. Take your car to your Ford dealer and have them flash your stock tune. The dealer will charge you usually $80-$100
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If you have a bama tune and are switching to per say 91 street to 91 performance the bama reps I've spoken to say you are perfectly fine to switch right on over without going back to stock.

Now as far as going from bama to MPT I don't have a definitive answer. I would do it myself just because they are different manufacturers and it isn't that much of a pain in the butt to do. Better safe than sorry?


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I've swapped custom tune to custom tune (bama to mpt, vice versa) several times without going back to stock first. I've encountered no problems. Going from stock or back to stock seems to take soooo long compared to just switching custom tunes.
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If I have a custom tune on my car and I want to switch to a diff one do I have to return to stock first or no?


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Matt-Can you let us know what you're running so we can help out a little better?

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^1 That is customer service! One of the many reasons I've shopped with AM for years..
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^1 That is customer service! One of the many reasons I've shopped with AM for years..
Hey thanks for the kind comments, I really appreciate it. We're always here to help out-Even if the OP isn't running our tune we're still here to lend a hand when we can!

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