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Old 04-23-2015, 01:23 PM   #1
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So I'm currently sitting in my car loading up my bama tune for the first time and I noticed the lights on my gauges changed colors. The speedometer side is all yellow but tachometer starts at yellow by 0 rpms and then it gradually changes over to red once it gets to 8k rpms. Is this normal lol? Here is a pic to show you what I'm talking about. Click image for larger version

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During tune quite the light show takes place lil
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Yea. This seems normal. Mine fade from Green to Yellow.
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I was just curious lol. I wish we could have control over the lights like that


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So I'm currently sitting in my car loading up my bama tune for the first time and I noticed the lights on my gauges changed colors. The speedometer side is all yellow but tachometer starts at yellow by 0 rpms and then it gradually changes over to red once it gets to 8k rpms. Is this normal lol? Here is a pic to show you what I'm talking about. Attachment 180945Attachment 180946
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During tune quite the light show takes place lil
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Yea. This seems normal. Mine fade from Green to Yellow.
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I was just curious lol. I wish we could have control over the lights like that



Austin - Enjoying the party? Just sit back and it'll be loaded up soon!

Just to make sure did you have your firmware updated before having the tune loaded?

Let me know if you have any questions and if you're to need an answer on anything immediately don't hesitate to shoot the Bama Team a call directly!

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Austin - Enjoying the party? Just sit back and it'll be loaded up soon!

Just to make sure did you have your firmware updated before having the tune loaded?

Let me know if you have any questions and if you're to need an answer on anything immediately don't hesitate to shoot the Bama Team a call directly!

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Yep I made sure to update the x4 before I loaded the tune. Honestly I'm not that impressed by the tune and I loaded the 93R tune


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Yep I made sure to update the x4 before I loaded the tune. Honestly I'm not that impressed by the tune and I loaded the 93R tune


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25 to 50 miles should be good. I reset the KAM about every 2-3 weeks FYI
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25 to 50 miles should be good. I reset the KAM about every 2-3 weeks FYI

Why do you reset your tune every few weeks?


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25 to 50 miles should be good. I reset the KAM about every 2-3 weeks FYI
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Why do you reset your tune every few weeks?

And how do you reset the KAM?
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Yep I made sure to update the x4 before I loaded the tune. Honestly I'm not that impressed by the tune and I loaded the 93R tune
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25 to 50 miles should be good. I reset the KAM about every 2-3 weeks FYI
Hey Austin - Nate and Sterling are right on the money here and this will need a few miles to learn. Most if not all thoughts right after having it loaded up are pretty close to what you're saying - It's a mental game but give it some time and I'm sure you'll be pleasantly surprised. I would also suggest having Bama Datalog your tune after a hundred miles or so in order to have you dialed in further.

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Why do you reset your tune every few weeks?


Good question here and to be transparent about this I do not suggest resetting KAM for any reason. Bama is going to suggest doing the opposite after flashing the vehicle. Resetting the KAM returns the powertrain control module memory to its default setting including all adaptive learning contents such as idle speed, refueling event, and fuel trims are included. Clear the continuous diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) in the PCM and reset the emission monitors information, is part of a KAM reset and may prevent any issues from surfacing. After the KAM has been reset, the vehicle may exhibit certain driveability concerns. It is necessary to drive the vehicle to allow the PCM to learn the values for optimum driveability and performance.

Let me know if you have any questions about this guys!

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25 to 50 miles should be good. I reset the KAM about every 2-3 weeks FYI
So basically, Alex says fffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu



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After months of fighting to tune or not to tune i took the chance with a Steeda cai and bama tune. i plugged in the tuner and i get error code 10020. American muscle says to call SCT. WTF.. maybe i shouldnt have done this. Now on hold for a half hour.
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After months of fighting to tune or not to tune i took the chance with a Steeda cai and bama tune. i plugged in the tuner and i get error code 10020. American muscle says to call SCT. WTF.. maybe i shouldnt have done this. Now on hold for a half hour.
That is an sct device problem not a Bama problem. Could happen with any tuner
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Finally got it. Used the 91 performance tune. May go to the race tune instead though

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I dont redo tune per say just reset KAM. It is under spefial function for 2005 and up. The computer relearns and for lack of better words starys to work against the tune. That clears memory and starts back fresh. I know not very technical but hoping someone can explain technically better.

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So alex i misunderstood? I was told it is the equivalent of a 47 fuse pull and it should be done every so often? Please let me know

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Well, he's right. The tune will learn your throttle habbits, will learn fuel trims - both DD and WOT- can fiddle with how the auto shifts ... If you reset this every so often, the computer has to re-average fuel trims again, re-average throttle tables, shift tables, etc. I'm not saying a tune should ever be set it and forget it, you should still log periodically, but basically starting from scratch every few weeks isnt exactly "ideal."
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So basically, Alex says fffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
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No way Jose! I've been working with Sterling/Naples for almost a year now and never in my wildest dreams would we/I say anything like this to a AM and Bama advocate - This guys got a sick car and he's a familiar face around here! I just wanted to give Bama's take on this as there's some varying opinions on this, that's all!

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After months of fighting to tune or not to tune i took the chance with a Steeda cai and bama tune. i plugged in the tuner and i get error code 10020. American muscle says to call SCT. WTF.. maybe i shouldnt have done this. Now on hold for a half hour.
Hey Buddy - Sorry to hear about the trouble there but I’m happy to hear that SCT was able to get you set up. I typically suggest getting your feet with with the performance tune. Get acclimcated, find out what you like or don’t like (They can datalog with you to have your tunes dialed in further) and then once you’re ready switch over to the Race Tune and enjoy!

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That is an sct device problem not a Bama problem. Could happen with any tuner
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Finally got it. Used the 91 performance tune. May go to the race tune instead though
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I dont redo tune per say just reset KAM. It is under spefial function for 2005 and up. The computer relearns and for lack of better words starys to work against the tune. That clears memory and starts back fresh. I know not very technical but hoping someone can explain technically better.
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So alex i misunderstood? I was told it is the equivalent of a 47 fuse pull and it should be done every so often? Please let me know
Sterling - Depending on what tune you're running Bama will modify what can be learned and just how far these adjustments can go - Bama will modify what is learned and how aggressive the learned adjustments can be and at time they'll turn off the learning. But the Bama team does not typically suggest pulling 47 or doing this - Just like Volt said below it's not typically ideal.

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Well, he's right. The tune will learn your throttle habbits, will learn fuel trims - both DD and WOT- can fiddle with how the auto shifts ... If you reset this every so often, the computer has to re-average fuel trims again, re-average throttle tables, shift tables, etc. I'm not saying a tune should ever be set it and forget it, you should still log periodically, but basically starting from scratch every few weeks isnt exactly "ideal."
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Well the programmer should be at the house when I get home, I'm gonna load it up and head to the track so see what she'll do..


Alex, or anyone here, can I run 93s do the track, and 93r on the track or will it not be enough time on the tune?
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No way Jose! I've been working with Sterling/Naples for almost a year now and never in my wildest dreams would we/I say anything like this to a AM and Bama advocate - This guys got a sick car and he's a familiar face around here! I just wanted to give Bama's take on this as there's some varying opinions on this, that's all!


I know, I just thought it was funny. aka a joke lol
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Well the programmer should be at the house when I get home, I'm gonna load it up and head to the track so see what she'll do..


Alex, or anyone here, can I run 93s do the track, and 93r on the track or will it not be enough time on the tune?
You can switch tunes at the track, just give it a few passes to really show what it will do. Just throw whatever you want on there now and you'll be fine.
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Well she's at a quarter tank of fuel now, by the time I get down there it should be low enough to put some 93 in there
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Well the programmer should be at the house when I get home, I'm gonna load it up and head to the track so see what she'll do..
Alex, or anyone here, can I run 93s do the track, and 93r on the track or will it not be enough time on the tune?
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I know, I just thought it was funny. aka a joke lol
Just making sure Jon - If you've seen me around here you'll know that I absolutely do not have a sense of humor or joke around...I'm all business...



Just like Volt said below you "can" switch back and forth but it's going to take a couple passes to get used to the throttle response on the race tune. It's pretty aggressive but you'll get acclimated to it very quickly. Keep us in the loop on how everything works out and have fun!

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We'll see how this 17k mile car will do haha. I think im gonna do stock first run then run on 93r
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This is awesome. Yes Alex, Will... Everyone there is amazing and helpful. I will not be resetting the KAM anymore. Ordered 3 more parts while out of country lol. Thanks guys back in town week from monday cant wait to get some more on. Thanks to AM and akk the helpful people on ME

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I guess i am the only one who has had issues with their bama tune lol.

Just put rouch axle backs on it and the wife likes it, so i guess she's happy lol
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I have to say if you could pick the color of the dash lights via tuner that would be awesome!
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