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To tune or not to tune?

Discussion in 'SN95 Cobras' started by 94svtford, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. 94svtford

    94svtford Think with your dipstick Established Member

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    Yes i searched, couldnt really come up with anything... Basically trying to see what other people have done....

    My question is i have alot of the basic boltons for a n/a car and was wondering if i would notice any difference power wise if i had it dyno tuned i have a sf3 tuner already so i figured maybe its time? Mods are in sig.:beer: not looking for opinions... looking for people that have been in my shoes and had it done.
     
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  2. na svt

    na svt say no to power adders Established Member

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    A dyno tune is always better than one from a hand held tuner or a canned tune. Wait for the dyno tune if you plan to do more mods, if you're done modding, get the tune,
     
  3. LukiferSVT

    LukiferSVT New Member Established Member

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    I agree a dyno tune is the best tune you can get. You will see more power out of it. I know my a/f was way rich when I thought it was safe and got some power from leaning it out to run more efficient. If you do decide not to dyno tune i would datalog and see your a/f readings then go from there.
     

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