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Old 11-11-2008, 08:34 PM
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SCT X3 ?

I am not real familiar with the SCT unit, but if I were to buy a used X3 programmer can I just overwrite the custom tunes it has or can I reset the unit?
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I am not real familiar with the SCT unit, but if I were to buy a used X3 programmer can I just overwrite the custom tunes it has or can I reset the unit?
if you buy a used X3 then you can just purchase new custom tunes specific for your truck... by the time you do that you prob would of spend the same amount of just buying a new one and you get the warranty....

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personally the x3 sucks from what ive witnessed if you can try to find an x cal 2
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personally the x3 sucks from what ive witnessed if you can try to find an x cal 2
care to explain?

its not the tuner that counts but what tunes are in them

but you are the first person i have heard that has not liked the X3 so i would love to hear why

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is $250 a good deal for a used X3
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care to explain?

its not the tuner that counts but what tunes are in them

but you are the first person i have heard that has not liked the X3 so i would love to hear why

-Raul
well from what ive seen the x3 has more technical issues than the x2.. that and considering the x3 was manufactured overseas while the x2 was made here until sct made the switch.

and yes raul it is the tunes that count but if the machine isnt working right the tunes arent going to work right when they go in the truck
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well from what ive seen the x3 has more technical issues than the x2.. that and considering the x3 was manufactured overseas while the x2 was made here until sct made the switch.

and yes raul it is the tunes that count but if the machine isnt working right the tunes arent going to work right when they go in the truck
ah k... well me personally i have not had any issues with any of the X3's i have sold... and the X2's are harder to find since they dont make them anymore....

if he can find a used X2 and then buy the tunes then he can do that....

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well from what ive seen the x3 has more technical issues than the x2.. that and considering the x3 was manufactured overseas while the x2 was made here until sct made the switch.

and yes raul it is the tunes that count but if the machine isnt working right the tunes arent going to work right when they go in the truck
thats a pretty good deal.. but your gonna have to pay another 160+/- for the new tunes which would only be saving you 19 bucks and you wouldn't have warranty on the product... to each their own though

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id say just go with a new one...
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thats a pretty good deal.. but your gonna have to pay another 160+/- for the new tunes which would only be saving you 19 bucks and you wouldn't have warranty on the product... to each their own though

-Raul
youre right.. but i was talking about the actual tuner itself.. i wasnt talking about the warranty and all of that. just the tuner and how it runs.. does the warranty really matter if the product does what its supposed to?
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