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Old 04-01-2010, 08:42 AM   #31
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No sorry it does not

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Old 04-01-2010, 10:09 AM   #32
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Hey Tom i have a 07 focus st. I have steeda sri, 2.5inch no cat exhaust from trubendz and a f2usa header would it be time for a tune? and what would i notice.

also with ur tune i have a issue with the ac since i have motormounts will you bumping up the idle RPM's fix this issue.

and lastly how much is it with paypal fees i know its 400 plus paypal
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Old 04-01-2010, 12:18 PM   #33
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If you send payment using the Personal Payments tab, it allows you to send the funds net of any charges. In other words, you pay the paypal charges and send the exact amount owed to the vendor.
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Hey Tom i have a 07 focus st. I have steeda sri, 2.5inch no cat exhaust from trubendz and a f2usa header would it be time for a tune? and what would i notice.

also with ur tune i have a issue with the ac since i have motormounts will you bumping up the idle RPM's fix this issue.

and lastly how much is it with paypal fees i know its 400 plus paypal
Your past needing a tune ,If nothing else you will have a safer engine. HP gains very from Foci to Foci so I dont post gain # or a general dyno , Knowing no 2 Foci respond the same posting a dyno of a Foci with GOOD gains to entice you into a tune then not make those gains wouldnt be fair to you or anyone , Not the type of things Focus-Power does

I can rais or lower you idle to what ever you want , we can try a few Diff ones to see what works best FREE , Others would charge for this being you have mounts


The xcal3 is 399.00 and 20.00 for shipping , you can send check or MO or use paypal add 3%

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Old 04-01-2010, 03:43 PM   #35
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I dont know that I would say that , If the knock adder was already raised and the AF stayed the same for both the 91 and the 110 then you really wouldnt need a tune just because of the timing and 110

The biggest this is it would depend a lot on what year Focus were talking about , most of the Knock Sensors on the Focus are EXTREMELY good at what they do , the correct changes done in the software and you could easly run 1 tune for both 91 and 110
Good point


Just curious, why do you run leaner with high octane (assuming N/A here)? Being that much more resistant to knock you can run more spark, less fuel and still not ping while making more power?
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typically leaner is going to give more power but you risk knock. the higher octane lessens the chance of it knocking so you can run it a bit leaner and still be safe. at least thats what ive gathered from reading.
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Just curious, why do you run leaner with high octane (assuming N/A here)? Being that much more resistant to knock you can run more spark, less fuel and still not ping while making more power?
I tend to run my tunes to the rich side on 87 , slightly leaner on 91/93 and leaner yet with 105 to 110

The chemicals in higher octane fuels respond diff to heat and threashold for knock

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I have a CEL and all I have is a volant intake, the lights says I'm running lean, would a tune fix this?
I've also been running 91 octane could that cause that as well?
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Whats the code ? Do you have a flasher where you could datalog for me ?

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I forgot to ask what octain will i have to run with the tune from you?
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