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Old 06-10-2012, 07:10 AM   #1  
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Default Difference in tuners?

I was just wondering if there is any major difference in the tuners available. I am considering just the basic one from AM (SF3/X3 for $379) and the wireless (SCT iTSX for $469). They both come with three different tunes from Bama (which I would assume would be the same no matter which hardware I use) so i guess it comes down to quality and ease of use. This is the first car that I've really modified mechanically. I've done several bikes and there is always a clear favorite tuner there. Just looking for advice. If they are both of equal quality I think the extra $90 for the wireless would be worth it just for the gimmick factor of being able upload 0-60 times, hp, torque, etc. to my iPhone. All advice will be greatly appreciated.
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