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So I received my first AED tune today from Shaun. I ran a 4.4 0-60 on the trackpack and I'll do a quarter mile on the trackpack tomorrow when it isn't raining. This is a stock car minus the axlebacks.


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Have had Steeda tune on my Boss 302 intake/ ARH longtube/Steeda CAI equipped Mustang for 3 years. Just switched to the Cobra Jet Intake and FRPP CAI with AED tune and it is fantastic. Haven't been able to roll the dyno yet but the idle, driveability and top end power are much better and the top end goes on forever. I have rev limiter set at 7800 and the engine just wants to pull more. Shaun was great to deal with and really communicates wit you to make sure the car performs the way you want. I am a road racer so not looking for that full tilt drag tune. But I got that one too anyway.

Haven't run a Bama tune so don't have anything bad to say, just very happy with my AED setup.
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Yes, the difference is very real and noticeable from every tuner.

I've heard the Bama Tunes are the worst mail tunes in the refinement and drive ability category, but they won't ruin your car or anything. I here good things about AED and Lund, and for longevity and safety I've heard Steeda is the best.

The dyno tune will be the best and will give you more horses than any e mail tuner can.
shaun from AED told me my steeda tunes numbers were all over the place and it wasn't safe for my car. So now I have an AED tune and it runs like champ.

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AED tune is the best I could have hoped for. It took a few hours on the dyno, but the 3 hour drive was well worth it. Shaun is super friendly, especially in person. Very knowledgeable.

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shaun from AED told me my steeda tunes numbers were all over the place and it wasn't safe for my car. So now I have an AED tune and it runs like champ.

Shaun told me the same exact thing about my old Steeda tune when I was datalogging for his tune two years ago. He told me "DO NOT GO WOT WITH THAT TUNE" after I sent him my first datalog. I sent the same log to Steeda and they said "you may have bad gas." When I logged with the stock tune on the same tank of fuel, Shaun said we could proceed with tuning. Love the AED tune.

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