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Old 02-18-2009, 01:34 PM
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How good is Custom SCT tune

I have seen post after post saying the SCT with custome tunes is just awsome.

Can anyone tell me or describe how much performace gain I could expect to see from my stock 6.0?

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Old 02-18-2009, 01:37 PM
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Fast as sh!t. No other way to explain it.
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the difference is insane...it goes from about 18 second quarter miles to 14...an innovative xtreme tune is rated for 160 hp over stock...look up some trucks running sct tunes on youtube
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Old 02-18-2009, 01:41 PM
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There arent many ways to explain it. Its just awsome!!!!

And no matter how much people tell its going to be awsome, it still exceeds your expectations. I've read all the same posts your talking about before buying mine and I still couldnt believe the amount of power it added to my truck!! LOL
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There arent many ways to explain it. Its just awsome!!!!

And no matter how much people tell its going to be awsome, it still exceeds your expectations. I've read all the same posts your talking about before buying mine and I still couldnt believe the amount of power it added to my truck!! LOL
second that
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very very fast.
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Thanks guys,

So would yall say go ahead and order ther SCT, or shuld I put exhaust on first. I allready have gauges.
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I would get the exhaust first, other wise your gonna have some mighty high egt's with the stocker.
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exhaust!!!! take the cotton ball out the air flow, SCT with stock pipes=head and gasket failure.
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you could always striaght pipe you stock exhaust, it only cost me 40 bucks and a couple hours of working on it.
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