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Old 06-30-2012, 12:46 PM   #1
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Tuner kit vs complete kit?

What's the difference between a tuner kit and complete supercharger kit?
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Tuner doesn't come with injectors or a tune. A complete kit comes with both. If for a new 5.0 recommend getting tuner. Then buy injectors separate and doing a dyno tune. Also get a bap.
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I have the 4.6 whacha recommend on that?
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I have the 4.6 whacha recommend on that?
Get the complete kit. As the 4.6 is weaker in stock form. The tune that comes with it will keep you in safe area.
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Any recommended complete kits for the 4.6 and 5.0?
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Any recommended complete kits for the 4.6 and 5.0?
For a 5.0 paxton or roush

For a 4.6 Whipple or KB.
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For a 5.0 paxton or roush

For a 4.6 Whipple or KB.
Why not pro charger for 4.6? Anything wrong with those , I like the fact I won't have to tap into an oil pan or other place to get oil to it.
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Why not pro charger for 4.6? Anything wrong with those , I like the fact I won't have to tap into an oil pan or other place to get oil to it.
The KB and Whipple's seem to do great on the 4.6. Not so much on the 5.0. Tuneless have built engine and go with a 4.0 Whipple.
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