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There's more power to be had in the tune than in the CAI itself. I'm running a UPR/SCT 93 Octane tune on my 2011 5.0, and it made a huge improvement in power.

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I have a Blow By Racing (BBR) 93 Octane custom tune and a Steeda CAI. I haven't experienced any other tunes. All I can tell you is there is a very significant difference between stock and my current tune. It feels like a much more aggressive version of the stock car. There is no question that I have gained the claimed 40 or so horsepower and 50 or so ft lbs of torque.

The CAI also sounds awesome sucking up the air. The CAI, the Coyote, and the GT500 Axlebacks really come together to make a beautiful symphony. I have had the car for a little over 2 months and I have not played a note of music in it. The audio system is untouched.

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I have a Blow By Racing (BBR) 93 Octane custom tune and a Steeda CAI. I haven't experienced any other tunes. All I can tell you is there is a very significant difference between stock and my current tune. It feels like a much more aggressive version of the stock car. There is no question that I have gained the claimed 40 or so horsepower and 50 or so ft lbs of torque.

The CAI also sounds awesome sucking up the air. The CAI, the Coyote, and the GT500 Axlebacks really come together to make a beautiful symphony. I have had the car for a little over 2 months and I have not played a note of music in it. The audio system is untouched.
LOL pshhh "a little over 2 months and I have not played a note of music in it"
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Since your in Ohio why not drive down to Breenspeed for a Dyno Tune? That's what I'm doing.

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FYI I'm selling my Steeda CAI and SCT X3 flash tuner. It's been in the classified section but I haven't received any responses. C'mon guys.

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