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Old 03-29-2012, 09:01 AM   #1
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Any problems with Bama tunes

I was thinking of investing with my next paycheck a tuner from American Muscle with a Bama tune for my 2012 ford mustang 5.0 with an automatic trans and 3.31 gears. Roush cold air kit and exhaust are already being shipped as I typed this. Has anyone had any problems with their tunes?
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I was thinking of investing with my next paycheck a tuner from American Muscle with a Bama tune for my 2012 ford mustang 5.0 with an automatic trans and 3.31 gears. Roush cold air kit and exhaust are already being shipped as I typed this. Has anyone had any problems with their tunes?
You have 3.15 gears.

Next is there tunes are safe and don't get most bang for the buck. If want the best tune go with Lund tune/vmp/livernois.
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I was just going by what someone told me was my gear
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I was just going by what someone told me was my gear
All autos have 3.15 gears. The manuals come with 3.31/3.55/3.73. We auto guys didn't get options. But that OK we end up being faster anyway.
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I like that Bama will tune for free with a purchase of an AM tuner... but It always seems to take multiple attempts to get it right, and I'm still not running right... Maybe it's just because I have an older model v6 that they don't have a lot of experience tuning for... so who know. They will probably tune your GT just fine since they've probably done hundreds by now...

In my opinion, only thing the tune was good for was removing the codes, no noticeable performance... Not worth the money... get a dyno tune
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some tunes were causing issues on the 5.0 engines were they not? Not sure if they have all been resolved etc
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I like that Bama will tune for free with a purchase of an AM tuner... but It always seems to take multiple attempts to get it right, and I'm still not running right... Maybe it's just because I have an older model v6 that they don't have a lot of experience tuning for... so who know. They will probably tune your GT just fine since they've probably done hundreds by now...

In my opinion, only thing the tune was good for was removing the codes, no noticeable performance... Not worth the money... get a dyno tune
Dyno tune is a waste of money if you just have a CAi and some axelbacks.
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I like that Bama will tune for free with a purchase of an AM tuner... but It always seems to take multiple attempts to get it right, and I'm still not running right... Maybe it's just because I have an older model v6 that they don't have a lot of experience tuning for... so who know. They will probably tune your GT just fine since they've probably done hundreds by now...

In my opinion, only thing the tune was good for was removing the codes, no noticeable performance... Not worth the money... get a dyno tune
No offense but your talking apples and oranges.. 2012 5.0 vs. sn-95 v6... Had no issues getting my tune right runs great and definitely a noticeable power difference.. And they've probably have tuned more like in the thousands than hundreds.. U have a sn-95 v6.. What do you have to offer this section of the forum? Nothing...
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Play nice please.
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No offense but your talking apples and oranges.. 2012 5.0 vs. sn-95 v6... Had no issues getting my tune right runs great and definitely a noticeable power difference.. And they've probably have tuned more like in the thousands than hundreds.. U have a sn-95 v6.. What do you have to offer this section of the forum? Nothing...
i have had problem with a BAMA tune, can i contribute??
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i have had problem with a BAMA tune, can i contribute??
Why sure! Lol
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Why sure! Lol
hahahaha wooooo!!

I jus had some idiling problems and stalling, and the performance wasnt really there for me. Nothing major though, wanted a lil more pop ya know
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I think I'll wait on the tube till I get bored with the upgrade in performance from my 2002 mustang convertible. These forums have been a great help
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Installed my BAMA today! It definitely has an noticeable power difference but i do agree it could have a little more on the bottom end
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Play nice please.
Really? Compared to some of the other stuff these guys say?? I wasn't being rude.. I specifically said "no offense".. Honestly if you have a tuned sn-95 v6 what information do you have to offer us guys w '11+ 5.0s? I get sick of guys saying they know all this stuff or have had all this stuff happen to their car but then there is nothing the same between the cars.. Itd be just like me giving a guy w a camaro advice and tips...

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I think I'll wait on the tube till I get bored with the upgrade in performance from my 2002 mustang convertible. These forums have been a great help
Good call.. 260 hp - 412hp is quite a jump.. I made the same jump from my 04 GT...
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Installed my BAMA today! It definitely has an noticeable power difference but i do agree it could have a little more on the bottom end
BAM! Bottom end! Launching the car at the track is no fun
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Im going to run my car next friday so we will see how well it launches...i have 3:73s so it should be ok
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Im going to run my car next friday so we will see how well it launches...i have 3:73s so it should be ok
yah i have em to. But i also have the boss intake which takes away the low end TQ.
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Re: Any problems with Bama tunes

I have an 02 v6 auto, and just got one a week or so ago, it isn't earth shattering, but for sure a noticeable improvement, and not that expensive, I would think with your car it will be great!
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Ya i was scared to get the boss intake bc i didnt wanna loss all my bottom end plus im looking to put a roush s/c on it
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No offense but your talking apples and oranges.. 2012 5.0 vs. sn-95 v6... Had no issues getting my tune right runs great and definitely a noticeable power difference.. And they've probably have tuned more like in the thousands than hundreds.. U have a sn-95 v6.. What do you have to offer this section of the forum? Nothing...
Fully built 3 cars from the ground up... you spent more on a Mustang than I did on my v6 daily driver... so, you must be the professional here because you spent more on your car than I did... lol... get real
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Fully built 3 cars from the ground up... you spent more on a Mustang than I did on my v6 daily driver... so, you must be the professional here because you spent more on your car than I did... lol... get real
And that's related to what I said how? I said your v6 vs 11+ GT.. What's the same? All I'm saying is you giving a guy advice on what to do to his GT is just as bad as me telling a guy with a camaro what the best tune to run is! Did you "fully build" a 11+ GT? Do you u have any experience with tuning a 11+GT? It's NOWHERE NEAR THE SAME.. I'm not downing you for a having a v6.. Only that you can't say that this tune didn't do crap for my car so it won't do crap for yours when the cars are 15 years apart (not sure what year yours is, guessing) completely different drivetrain, suspension, electronics, you name it.. Has nothing to do with how much anyone spent on their car, its the fact that they are NOT EVEN CLOSE to the same car... And btw I am real! Lol
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Fully built 3 cars from the ground up... you spent more on a Mustang than I did on my v6 daily driver... so, you must be the professional here because you spent more on your car than I did... lol... get real
Dude ur in the wrong section to be arguing over anything... even if u have a fully built whatever, the new 5.0 is a totally different animal even in stock form...
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If the op had a sn-95 v6 or whatever cars you fully built (assuming they had bama tunes otherwise not sure why you brought those up) then your advice would be greatly appreciated I'm sure.. And I most definitely wouldn't have anything to say about it.. Partially cuz I wouldn't have seen it since I stay in my section(2010-2014) and bc you have experience w it..
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Really? Compared to some of the other stuff these guys say?? I wasn't being rude.. I specifically said "no offense".. Honestly if you have a tuned sn-95 v6 what information do you have to offer us guys w '11+ 5.0s? I get sick of guys saying they know all this stuff or have had all this stuff happen to their car but then there is nothing the same between the cars.. Itd be just like me giving a guy w a camaro advice and tips...

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Thank you. I hate when guys comment telling people do this gear or this that I did it on my 02-10 and have no clue about the new 11+. How very much they are different from engine to tranny and gearing. How running a 4.10 in these manuals is basically worthless. As it is like having 4.30's and then tire height effects gears even more.
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Yep, I'm glad I have the 3.73s + Brembo for street but, I can see that ideally, I should have a really tall tire for the track, even without a power adder. The 25.5" drag radials I currently have are going to be like running 4:10+ and traction is an issue as it is. I'm going to have to roll it out of the hole and that's going to affect 60'.
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hahahaha wooooo!!

I jus had some idiling problems and stalling, and the performance wasnt really there for me. Nothing major though, wanted a lil more pop ya know
Those are not BAMA tune issues, they are copperhead ECU issues. There is a procedure that you are supposed to go through for the ECU to properly relearn how to idle after flashing the ECU or disconnecting the battery. It's on page 288 of the owners manual.

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Those are not BAMA tune issues, they are copperhead ECU issues. There is a procedure that you are supposed to go through for the ECU to properly relearn how to idle after flashing the ECU or disconnecting the battery. It's on page 288 of the owners manual.



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wow, thanks for the info haha.

No should i reflash the car to stock first or keep the tune on and do it???
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wow, thanks for the info haha.

No should i reflash the car to stock first or keep the tune on and do it???
I always reflash the car to stock in between tunes. It's just a safety net in case the tuner blows up on you ...
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Those are not BAMA tune issues, they are copperhead ECU issues. There is a procedure that you are supposed to go through for the ECU to properly relearn how to idle after flashing the ECU or disconnecting the battery. It's on page 288 of the owners manual.

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You are absolutly right.... I had a bama tech guide me threw the instal of my tune on the phone and he told me to start the stang and let it idle for 5 minutes then 5 minutes with a/c then back without a/c for 5 minutes an i havent had any issues
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All autos have 3.15 gears. The manuals come with 3.31/3.55/3.73. We auto guys didn't get options. But that OK we end up being faster anyway.
Hey "wnt2gofst", My 07 GT Automatic came with 3.31 Gears, it's on my Invoice and on the Window Invoice also. I personnally changed it to 4.10s, but 3.31 was Stock.
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Ummm....he means 2011+ which is what I think we're talking about here.
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Good for you 5LHO, that was Excellant, I probably just got a little confused when he said "ALL AUTOS HAVE 3.15 GEARS", but thank you for clearing that up. WOW, I JUST NEVER KNEW THAT. Good thing you were around here.
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