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Old 08-03-2015, 03:18 PM   #36
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Have you/when are you going to tune the 15? I am curious as to what the results will be
Probably in September I'll start tuning it. I've already looked at a few things and for the most part nothing has changed.
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Thanks. I am actually debating on getting a Bama vs Steeda tunes now. There seems to be much debate on this topic (Bama vs Steeda).

I am looking for improvement in my '14 manual GT but it is my DD which I put about 22k miles/yr. So reliability and engine safety are my main concern.
Seems like Bama had a #8 cylinder issue a few years back but has been addressed.
Steeda seems safer but I love AM which has a relation with Bama...
Back when I was looking for a tune, I was pro AM and searched the web. Didn't find a lot of negative issues with AM tunes, but found absolutely none with Steeda. It seems things may have changed in 3 years. Maybe not if Grabber Blue5.0 is fixing them?

Btw, they make money on everything GB!
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Steeda is still going strong ... & just to let you know what kind of tuners we have, here is James, one of our lead tuners:



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James has over 15 years of experience professionally tuning Fords - mainly the Mustang, Focus, Fusion and F-series. He was previously employed by SCT and trained many of their top tuners! James takes pride in providing quality, conservative tunes that you will feel confident in loading onto your daily driver. Reliability while providing tremendous gains are at the core of our tuning values.


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