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Old 12-19-2008, 11:32 AM
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innovative tunes

Im sure that im going with innovative on this but im not sure what tunes to get. I have some mild mods
07 f250
afe stage 2 type si intake w/ pg7 filter
zoodad mod
mbrp 5" straight pipe
and of course the sct x3
which of erics tunes would be a good choice.
im mostly runing around town with her. But on the weekends im on the freeway going somewhere always.

im studless as well.
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:54 AM
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Very similar mods on mine, also without studs.... you need gauges with EGT! I got aggressive tow, street, and extreme street from Eric. I cant keep the tires locked to the asphalt on XStreet.
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i would go with his extreme street and race tune also. you should be fine as long as you dont beat the heck outta it. his extreme tunes are sweet. tons of power and little smoke.
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I have the Aggressive tow with turbo brake, Street and Extreme Race. I use the Street tune as my DD, but some use the Extreme Race tune for DD.
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get both Xtreme tunes and what ever else floats your boat.

gauges are also HIGHLY recommended.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:33 PM
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Yea I think im better off going with the street as my DD. Until I get gauges. That is on the list next.
so here are the tunes im leaning toward
xtreme street
street power
econ you never know haha.
Thank you guys for your input. Keep it coming im not ordering for maybe a week.
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the high power tunes usually get the best economy if you can keep your foot out of it.
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I have got 21-22 on extreme street. I also talked to Eric and told him exactly what I had and exactly what I planned on doing with my truck. The more he knows the better he can write one to fit your truck.
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Yea I think im better off going with the street as my DD. Until I get gauges. That is on the list next.
so here are the tunes im leaning toward
xtreme street
street power
econ you never know haha.
Thank you guys for your input. Keep it coming im not ordering for maybe a week.
i would get the extreme street and extreme race. i have those 2 plus a extreme race/n20 which i run all the time. the extreme race/n20 i believe runs a little better cause i think it gives a little extra fuel to your motor plus my injectors are 20% stroked so it helps out.
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for sure get the extreme files. extreme street is a good dd for colder months imo. extreme race is awesome in the summer.
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