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Old 02-27-2010, 07:27 PM
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send chip in to get reburned for upgrade?

Should i send my chip back in to get reburnt since i am getting a new low stall billet triple disc Torque Converter?
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Old 02-27-2010, 07:31 PM
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I dont think it would be that big of a deal. Did they tune it for your shift kit?
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ya, i think it just lets them know not to increase the line pressure a lot when you have a shift kit. Plus swamps tunes are pretty good, but i feel that they are pretty generic. I think if i get new nozzles for my injectors and they cant customize my tunes more, then i am going with beans. how do you like your tunning?
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Old 02-27-2010, 08:36 PM
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I love it. I've had a few others and its the best so far. You would like it.
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do all your tunes feel unique? like with my swamps my light tow and drag/extreme tune feel basically the same besides the the drag tune has a bit more power. When i tried TW tunes they all felt unique. Not one of them felt the same. Swamps said if i went with stage 2's they could do alot more for customized tunning. He said with stage 1's you can only do so much tunning wise. The TW tunes i had seemed to have more power on the extreme tune.
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Old 02-27-2010, 08:43 PM
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LoL thats a lie.... Cuase you had like 90cc injectors and went to 160 and they couldnt do much?!?!? Yes they all are different.
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well, my heavy tow is alot different from the rest. my street tune is different also. seems like it has alot less timing and hardly smokes at all.
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Well swamps lately has been trying to keep from smoke... I have no idea why, but dont ever ask for a smoke tune. they dnt like that word. Honestly they are good for injectors and the IDM, but if you have the money i'd switch.
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Old 02-27-2010, 08:56 PM
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ya, i think when i get new nozzles i am going to switch to beans tunes. heck i may just go ahead and switch anyways. i have heard nothing but good things about beans. besides one person thought that there TW tunes had more power. but i have heard that TW runs almost to much timing that isnt good for your motor.
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Old 02-27-2010, 08:59 PM
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Yeah Im talking to that guy on anther thread now actually. Big_red_smoker I bet. Yeah i've heard the same thing about TW. Have you ever thought about getting ur injectors from casserly?
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