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So I put in my CAI and dropped the 89 octane base tune on. Feels much slower then it did stock. Seems like it loads up or something. Thought it was going to die coming out of the driveway. Not sure if I want to go up to the 91 (mid) tune or not. I put a full tank of 91 when I filled up last.
What do you think? Change the tune and try again or not risk it and call Bama in the morning?
Just wanted to update everyone in case you don't want to read the whole thread. Issue has been resolved. Thanks to both Chris's at AM for pointing out the Venturi Tube is not needed with the Airaid intake and bama tune. Hopefully instructions will be provided for all new kits to point this out.
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2012 Kona GT
2011 F150 Twin Turbo
Last edited by 2012Kona; 04-02-2012 at 02:57 PM.
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