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Old 05-12-2009, 08:31 AM
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SCT / Towing Question

Just bought a used SCT that I thought had the SCT factory tunes with it. However, when I installed the SCT, it did not give me any options for the three different tunes. There was just one choice, and I put it in. Tune is very nice! I plan on getting a custom tune, but until I'm ready gonna play with this one. 3 questions...

1. How do I find out my stradegy number?
2. How do I find out where the 3 factory tunes are?
3. I tow a trailer once a week. It maybe weigh's 1500 to 2000 lbs. Do I have to switch it back to stock or since the trailer is not that heavy, can I keep the tune installed.

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Scott
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Old 05-12-2009, 08:35 AM
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On the canned tunes, it only gives you that one option. But if you go to that option and select the change user options, it will give you the street, 2 tow tunes, and all that good stuff to select from. ON the strategy part of the question, mine is under the check engine icon. I would check there to pull your strategy. Not sure which tune you are running, so I would take it easy with the trailer.
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Thanks for the responses guys...sometimes when your messin with things you don't know about 100%, its nice to here from others who have done it.

Raul, I will be getting with you soon on some gauges!


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Thanks for the responses guys...sometimes when your messin with things you don't know about 100%, its nice to here from others who have done it.

Raul, I will be getting with you soon on some gauges!


Scott
k bud NP just let me know when your ready

-Raul
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