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Old 06-24-2012, 09:00 AM   #1
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This question is to those of you who have installed superchargers. Is the stock tune that comes with the kit the safest tune you can get? For example, I'm thinking about putting a vortech on my stock 2010 gt and the sites all claim for it to be 100% safe. Would it be wise to keep that tune or should I look into having it dyno'd?
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Well, if you go with a can tune. They are pretty conservative especially Bama tunes from AM. If you go with a Dyno tune the tuner is going to push your setup as far as it can go to maximize gains unless you request a conservative tune? Then that might be safer then a can tune.
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Well the kit I'm looking at says it comes with everything needed including the tune. That's my main question is would that be the best thing to go with until I do upgrade the internals or would a custom conservative tune be better? From everything I've researched I think I will just stick with the tune that comes with it. Sounds like the safest bet. Thanks

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The tune that comes with it will be fine. Very safe tune. Not going to get much safer at all.
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There ya go. I was waiting for ^^^this guy to chime in. He's pretty much the horses mouth when it comes to FI and tuning. Lol
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Thanks guys. That's what I was leaning towards but wanted to get some other opinions.
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