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Old 04-13-2015, 01:13 AM   #1
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Tune - Lund Racing?!

Hey guys. Currently running a pre loaded 91 octane tune from my SCT x4 tuner... Yes I've heard it's a terrible tune, however I do notice a difference between this and stock by far!

I am interested in purchasing a Lund performance email tune. Who has run this Lund tune and what can you tell me from it?

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Lund is a really great tuner. I run the 93 race tune and noticed a big difference in power. It's definitely worth the money!


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Lund is a really great tuner. I run the 93 race tune and noticed a big difference in power. It's definitely worth the money!


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I wasn't sure if I wanted to just stay with a 91 or go 93 (well 94 here in Canada). Is there that much of a difference between the 91 and 93?


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I'm not sure if there is that much of a difference between the two but hey if u have 94 go for it.


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May as well go big or go home right?! Thanks man


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I don't like my Lund tune. Butt dyno says the Bama tune makes more power and my idle gets kinda screwy sometimes on Lund.
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First tune is just generic, you gotta data log a few times to nail it down. Do a few mins of idle log, then normal city driving, and 3rd log should be wot. Repeat it a few times with your updates tunes until Lund says otherwise. You can ask him to adjust him the tune in a way that your throttle opens up with less pedal % .. Aka more responsiveness

OP: look into AED. You won't look back, not that Lund isn't as good just personal pref here


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I was happy with the power my lund tune made. Considering I'm a 3v guy imma go with lito since he is the tuner guru for 3v's. In your shoes i would give lund a call
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Thanks for all your input guys. I will look into both Lund and AED.


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Side note, I think Lund does a ghost cam tune if you're into that as well... I'll be loading one on my bama x4 when I get it
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My Lund ghost cam tune is awful too. They said its the same wot tune as the regular one but its slow as all balls.
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Lund is a really great tuner.
he isn't the only tuner at Lund, they just live off the name he's made for himself. could be his son or the other tuner over there, just sayin..........



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I don't like my Lund tune. Butt dyno says the Bama tune makes more power and my idle gets kinda screwy sometimes on Lund.
butt dyno isn't always right, take it to the track, trap speed will tell the true story



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Thanks for all your input guys. I will look into both Lund and AED.

absolutely reach out to Shaun, you'll be happy you did


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My Lund ghost cam tune is awful too. They said its the same wot tune as the regular one but its slow as all balls.

Damn that sucks to hear. Does it give you any issues driveability/performance wise?
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he isn't the only tuner at Lund, they just live off the name he's made for himself. could be his son or the other tuner over there, just sayin..........



butt dyno isn't always right, take it to the track, trap speed will tell the true story






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Will do, I have heard good things about AED, thanks man


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Damn that sucks to hear. Does it give you any issues driveability/performance wise?
Other than it being slow as hell no real issues. Cold idle is set at like 1300 rpms or some ridiculous **** like that though.
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Other than it being slow as hell no real issues. Cold idle is set at like 1300 rpms or some ridiculous **** like that though.

By slow you mean the lope sound is slow, or it hurt your performance slow? Not too familiar with the tune
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By slow you mean the lope sound is slow, or it hurt your performance slow? Not too familiar with the tune
Hurt performance slow. I will admit the lope sounded great though.
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How are you getting hurt performance ? The lope is only set to trigger during idle. It has no effect once you touch the pedal.


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How are you getting hurt performance ? The lope is only set to trigger during idle. It has no effect once you touch the pedal.


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Like I said earlier, they said the WOT tunes were the same but its a night n day difference between the cam tune and regular performance tune.
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So if I run a regular 91 performance tune it'll rip ?! Nvm the cam tune ?



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Like I said earlier, they said the WOT tunes were the same but its a night n day difference between the cam tune and regular performance tune.

I run both cam and regular. Never saw a lick of difference. Nor do I comprehend how anyone will when the cam lope cuts off as soon as the car isn't at idle. It has no effect on the car after that point. Not calling you a liar, just saying not to portray it as a common problem.


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he isn't the only tuner at Lund, they just live off the name he's made for himself. could be his son or the other tuner over there, just sayin..........



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It may not be him exactly but still they are quality tunes that obviously could have bugs from human error just as all tunes could.

AED is a great way to go too I have heard good things about both. The biggest reason I went with Lund is because my mom uses a Lund tune and so do May of her shelby buddies and they have gotten great results. Look around to see which would be what you want.



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I run both cam and regular. Never saw a lick of difference. Nor do I comprehend how anyone will when the cam lope cuts off as soon as the car isn't at idle. It has no effect on the car after that point. Not calling you a liar, just saying not to portray it as a common problem.


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I wasn't portraying it as a common problem. I said the tunes I got were garbage. I didn't say all Lund tunes were garbage.
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he isn't the only tuner at Lund, they just live off the name he's made for himself. could be his son or the other tuner over there, just sayin..........



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It may not be him exactly but still they are quality tunes that obviously could have bugs from human error just as all tunes could.

AED is a great way to go too I have heard good things about both. The biggest reason I went with Lund is because my mom uses a Lund tune and so do May of her shelby buddies and they have gotten great results. Look around to see which would be what you want.



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I run both cam and regular. Never saw a lick of difference. Nor do I comprehend how anyone will when the cam lope cuts off as soon as the car isn't at idle. It has no effect on the car after that point. Not calling you a liar, just saying not to portray it as a common problem.


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Same here no difference between the two.


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Tune and 91/93

Sunoco in my area offers both 91 and 93.
The price difference is 0.02/gallon so you are saving 34 cents if your tank is bone dry.
I've only run 93 since I bought it.
I have the ford racing tune but haven't had it to the strip since it was installed.
I'll let you know what it does if your curious
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I wasn't portraying it as a common problem. I said the tunes I got were garbage. I didn't say all Lund tunes were garbage.
Did you datalog and send then to lund?
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Did you datalog and send then to lund?
Nope. I don't have the time to do that nor the right conditions to. I paid $200 for their tunes and I expected to have no issues out of the box. I ran the regular performance tune for a week, then the cam tune for 2 or 3 days, and then went back to my bama tune. Also I averaged 17mpg with bama and 15mpg with Lund.
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REG is that the Track Key would like to know how you like it.
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Nope. I don't have the time to do that nor the right conditions to. I paid $200 for their tunes and I expected to have no issues out of the box. I ran the regular performance tune for a week, then the cam tune for 2 or 3 days, and then went back to my bama tune. Also I averaged 17mpg with bama and 15mpg with Lund.

I'm no Lund nut swinger, but it's unfair to talk badly about their tunes if you didn't give them a chance to make adjustments off of data logs, I'm also not a fan of data logging on public streets, sounds to me like you need a dyno tune, but if you're setup is a tune only setup with maybe a cai, a dyno tune won't be money well spent. if you don't want to data log in public streets, maybe go to the track and do it, or do it on a dyno...........


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My main issue is I shouldn't have to data log. Seriously, how different can one car with full exhaust be from another car that I guarantee they've already done a tune for? And also, like you said, I'm not doing a WOT pull to redline on the street. That's just stupid.
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My main issue is I shouldn't have to data log. Seriously, how different can one car with full exhaust be from another car that I guarantee they've already done a tune for? And also, like you said, I'm not doing a WOT pull to redline on the street. That's just stupid.
Lol this logic is very flawed my friend. Climate plays a big part and no car reacts identical to another when it comes to mods.

This is tuning 101 that everyone knows
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Nope. I don't have the time to do that nor the right conditions to. I paid $200 for their tunes and I expected to have no issues out of the box. I ran the regular performance tune for a week, then the cam tune for 2 or 3 days, and then went back to my bama tune. Also I averaged 17mpg with bama and 15mpg with Lund.
Any other mods besides the tune?
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If there's such a big difference why did I have 0 problems with the tune that came with my SCT?

Full exhaust + tune are my only HP mods.
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REG is that the Track Key would like to know how you like it.
No I have a 2013 auto, it's the ford racing procal.
I plan on having it tuned in 2016 by roush in Richmond va, they are to be the "bomb" when it comes to auto's
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