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Old 05-20-2012, 02:14 AM   #179
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Originally Posted by Racerbox77 View Post
I went with FSWERKS for my tune because I got a great deal on it. The car runs a lot better. Even though I went with them I think after picking Toms brain a little bit he knows these cars very well. He answered questions that Randy either didn't know the answers to or didn't want to tell me.
My vote goes for Tom even though I chose FSWERKS. If Tom would have had the same deal $360 shipped for an SCT I would have given him my money.

Who ever you choose I strongly recommend a tune as one of your first mods. The SVTF is a pig with the stock tune.

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I finally put a wideband on my car after installing an offroad pipe from CFM.
FSWERKS tune was very fat. 12.2 was the average AF throughout the rpm band. I advanced the timing to 30,doesn't like anymore. I leaned the WOT 6% which is as much as the SCT will allow. It's still a little rich at 12.9 it runs a hell of alot better. I wonder what Toms "canned" tune would have measured. It seems the mail order tunes no matter from who are always too fat. I know why they do that but I recommend tweaking your tune if you have the ability.

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