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Old 03-02-2010, 06:39 PM
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Oh man, I just got my intake and brenspeed tunes on and man are they insane. The car is insanely faster, DO THIS MOD PEOPLE!
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Old 03-02-2010, 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Musclehead17 View Post
I have a question, I was talking to a friend about cai and tunes and he mentioned you can only use 91 fuel with them. Is this true? I'm looking at getting a cai and a possible tune but I'm still in high school, not much money. I can't afford 91 fuel.
Your friend might be talking about the FRPP CAI and tune. It specifically says that it must be 91 octane or higher.

Here's the link... http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts...KeyField=10026
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Old 03-03-2010, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by 2010V6Stang View Post
Oh man, I just got my intake and brenspeed tunes on and man are they insane. The car is insanely faster, DO THIS MOD PEOPLE!
I have a "custom" 93 tune that was included with my CAI/tuner package from AM, do you think getting an e-mail tune from Brenspeed is really worth the $75?
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The Brenspeed tune compared to the AM tune will be like comparing Pamela Anderson and Rosie O'Donnell
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I just called Brenspeed - $620 for the package. Considering it's $590 for the GT i think this is bollocks. Considering the Tunable Induction anyway which is more in line with $
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You get what you pay for with the tunes man, I dont mind the tuneable CAI but get some real tunes or what til you have the money.
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Thanks 07White V6, lately I have found out a lot of stuff I'm hearing isn't true lol. That makes sense, he's looking at the FRPP for his stang.
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I am selling my old FRPP tuner for $150. PM me or [email protected] if your friend is interested.
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