|09-30-2015 09:23 PM|
When I got the IE tuner it was because SCT wasn't available yet.
So now I have to figure out my options.
|09-30-2015 09:21 PM|
|09-30-2015 05:25 PM|
Well I hope it's possible.
I'd really be pissed if I was stuck with it if I move on to a newer Focus.
|09-30-2015 01:38 PM|
SCT tuners have the full flash back to stock capability, and for a while now have also had a limited number of reuses on other cars (5 total IIRC).
For Injected it still seems like more of a question, sold for use on an individual car and IIRC you need info. from Injected to fully return to stock (original strategy/tune).
Don't think they support transferring the device to a new vehicle from prev. answers I've seen, additional clarification would be good.
|09-30-2015 01:26 PM|
|Gi_Jo_Nathan||Well it worked out for you so no biggy. lol|
|09-30-2015 01:24 PM|
|roswelltop||Perhaps I'm misinformed.|
|09-30-2015 01:21 PM|
Uumm that's wasting money if you buy a car that doesn't already have a tuner.
Most of the time with SCT and such you just flash the car back to stock, then purchase a tune for the new vehicle, normally like $150-$200 depending. So you don't have to buy a new device.
|09-30-2015 10:32 AM|
The tune follows the car; non-switchable to my knowledge. When I traded my '14, I made sure to leave the tuning device in the car.
I bought my '14 with 4,500 miles and the 1st owner had purchased and installed the Injected tune, and left the device with the car. I drove over to Injected, they checked out the device, made sure it had the latest tune, no charge to me, and I was good to go.
|09-30-2015 10:17 AM|
|Gi_Jo_Nathan||Just curious what you had to do to swap the tune to the new car?|
|09-30-2015 10:05 AM|
I had the Injected tune on my '13 5spd hatch, and it definitely met my expectations., and my tuning needs. It definitely smoothed out the power band so that 1st gear mis-starts were all but eliminated.
(I also have the Injected tune on my '14 DCT hatch, and am satisfied.)
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