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Old 06-12-2013, 12:28 PM   #131
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its what i get for wanting to live in the boonies. My brother lives a few miles from a decent shop in milwaukee, so Ill just have to make a weekend trip down to see him sometime.
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Thats one good thing about the east coast, the performance and racing scene is HUGE, all the big name tuners are on the coast.
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Mine ran fine with the gt thne aswell, but without a tunethe cars are running at 200rwhp
I wouldn't call that accurate. A friend did the same swap with the GT tune and was putting down 278 to the wheels. The GT tune is pretty close.
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Mine put down 281 rwhp on the GT tune but was running rich,which was a surprise bc everyone said I was running lean.Either way I would get a tune as soon as you can.The 281 rwhp was after a generic tune was uploaded with an SCT XCAL3.
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Thats one good thing about the east coast, the performance and racing scene is HUGE, all the big name tuners are on the coast.
I'd have to agree with that. I've never had a problem finding a reputable tuner when I lived up north or now living down south.
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I wouldn't call that accurate. A friend did the same swap with the GT tune and was putting down 278 to the wheels. The GT tune is pretty close.
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