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Old 03-22-2014, 11:49 AM   #1
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Where during the course of daily driving do you experience a performance gain over stock with a tune ? Upper rpm, lower, mid-range, throttle response ?
Sorry Steeda spelling error.

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Old 03-22-2014, 12:18 PM   #2
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I using a Bama hybrid tune. It pulls hard down low and at 4000rpm plus it screams. I've run the race street performance and hybrid tunes from Bama 93. I like the hybrid best.

Throttle response is instant with all of them. It never gets old lol.

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LOL, the instant you start your motor. We have three tunes done by 2013 Mustang GT SCT SF3 3015 Tuner w/3 Free MPT Custom Tunes and they are awesome.
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In our tune we raise both the shift firmness and shift rpm at WOT to give the car better performance, less wear, and make the car faster overall. The shifts happen quicker, and at a better rpm than the stock calibration.

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Have Steeda tune and love it. Shifts are great and power is across the whole band.

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Where during the course of daily driving do you experience a performance gain over stock with a tune ? Upper rpm, lower, mid-range, throttle response ? Sorry Steeda spelling error.
Great question. You'll notice huge gains in just about every RPM range with a Bama tune. It really depends on what tune you go with though! If you go with the Street tune you'll notice a lot of low end grunt and big increases in torque. If you go with the Performance tune you'll notice majority of the gains in the mid-range but still huge improvements in the other RPM range over stock. If you go with the Race tune you'll notice the biggest gains up top! The Race tune is designed for the track so it pulls away some of the low end grunt to help you get off the line and really focuses on the top end.

I hope this helps clear things up. We provide all three tunes that I mentioned on our tuner when you purchase a tuner and custom tunes from us. You're also automatically enrolled in our free tunes for life program. So you can try any other tune you'd like. We can also adjust for any of your new modifications, if you want a revision or just want to try something different!

You can feel free to hit up the Bama team with any questions you may have. They'll be glad to help you out! Our Bama Performance tuning specialists are here in the building Monday-Friday from 9AM-5:30PM EST and Saturday 9AM-5:30PM EST. You can hit them up directly at 888.226.9764 and they'll get you squared away!


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