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post #1 of 8 Old 06-25-2008, 09:36 PM Thread Starter
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Got my turbo back 4 inch on! time for a tune!

Time for some real power, If i go with the sct, am i able to remove any evidence that i had it installed, in case my rig ever needs to go in for some waranty work? thanks fellas
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Nope if they want they can easily tell if it has been tuned
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so if thats the case, they would void my ps warrenty right away? Is that the case with all tuners, they would all show up when ford gets there hands on it?
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for the most part yes. I will say your best bet is to arm yourself with as much knowledge as you can. I have taken truck in for customers with programs and they needed head studs. But with the knowledge they really don't have a leg to stand on. The fact is the programmer doesn't always cause the HG to go. 99% of the time it's the fault of the EGR system.
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i have heard guys have blown head gaskets then just gave the tech guys a box of arp head studs and they popped em in while doing the waranty work, any truth to this? 99% NO KIDDING?
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thats what i did
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were you stock or chipped at the time?
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