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Old 03-22-2010, 01:06 PM
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Default Steeda charge motion delete plugs?

Ok who has em in there 2010 or 2009 for that matter since they are the same? I am thinking about doing this when I do my cam install. I heard one guy had an issue installing them and kinda scared me away a bit. Any info would be great. Thanks Brandon
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Delete PLATES? For the effort, some feel they're not worth it. Some claim some gain in the upper RPM range but some torque loss down low. I'm sure those that installed them can chime in. And you should include the '05-08's in your request; they're the same engine.
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I am hoping to get the Steeda CAI, Steeda Charge Motion Delete Plugs, and a tuner for my bday or Christmas or when I hit the loto this yr. The Plugs require a Tune.
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No, im pretty sure they are delete plugs. 09-10 don't have replaceable plates so steeda has plugs you install

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Old 03-29-2010, 12:49 PM
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Branman, I spoke with Chris at Tillman about these. I questioned whether they were good for a non-forced induction setup, given the reported reduction in torque. He said that, with a tune from Tillman, there would be no noticeable torque loss and a pickup in upper powerband HP. He also noted the "tables" in the tune would be much cleaner.

I couldn't find the plugs on their website, but he told me they were $70. I didn't move on them because I was concerned about warranty issues. Supposedely, they can be installed in less than 2 hours, but I was suspicous.
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Back from the dead....

Has anyone installed these? Are they worth it? I don't see them for sale on AM and am wondering if there's a reason.
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Yes, they work well and are very easy to install. Instructions are well laid out. Must re-tune for these.
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