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Old 07-26-2008, 07:55 PM
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which sct tunes?

I got an 07 ford, thought i was going to have ot get rid of it cuz ford said they might not cover my engine work, but now they are so i decided to keep the truck. I had banks before, which was alrite, but im looking for more power. Which of the custom sct tunes works good? innovative? dj? are there other brands? im new to SCT so any help is appreciated
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Old 07-26-2008, 07:58 PM
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We sell Innovative Diesel tunes, and run them in our own truck. Great tunes, great customer service.
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Innovative eric is amazing u wont be dissatisfied
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I'm an innovative fan myself. I also run DJ's and they're decent as well.
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Old 07-26-2008, 08:12 PM
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i'm just trying to decide. i've had this banks 6 gun in my 06 as well as my 07, but i had to remove it to before i took it in, and don't feel like having it put back in. I have 40" tires, and a 12" lift so im trying to maximize mileage right now. i know that sounds stupid, but trade in values right now are horrible so im just trying to weigh my options. I noticed though, if i have the chip set on a high setting, and keep my foot out of it, i get alright mileage. What kind of mpg are ya'll running with the sct? i know every vehicle is different but just to get an estimate
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Innovative is the way to go! Street,or Extreme race. I get 18 MPG on the race just driving. Only got 305 /65 tires though.
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18mpg at 65mph on an innovative economy tune. mods in sig. Get roughly the same on xtreme street but can never keep my foot out of it.
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looney tune is what i run and i love it, i can roast my tires... though i want 2 try extreme race at innovative as well in the near future
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Old 07-26-2008, 08:22 PM
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well i got 40" tires, but also have 4:56 gears, 5" exhaust to 7" stacks, and a cold air intake. right now if im calcualting it right, im getting around 17mpg or so, depending on wind and how hot it is outside. my calculations are not 100% true because my odometer is still off because of the new gears.
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Old 07-26-2008, 08:23 PM
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another thing too though, i dont have studs, was gonna wait till my headgaskets blow out, then get the dealership to put them in for me when they do the "warranty" work
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