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Tuner question will it work together?

I have a question i have the kenne bell tune that goes in to the ecu that came with the supercharger,i was wondering if i buy a sct tuner will both tunes work together? Keep the kenne bell tune in the ecu then upload a sct tune through the obo II port.Thanks!


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nooo you can't do it. you would need a custom tune written on that SCT anyways. you motor wouldn't last 2 seconds if you just uploaded an SCT canned tune with your kenne bell.

i would get it to a dyno, and have a custom tune written for you. you could buy an SCT handheld for your tuner to use if you really wanted, but he could probably just burn the tune on that existing kenne bell chip. it would be a lot cheaper.


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That is what i was thinking,then would i just have to take the canned tune out then send it to sct?

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That is what i was thinking,then would i just have to take the canned tune out then send it to sct?
i don't think SCT writes tunes, and either way with a supercharge motor you're best bet is to bring it to a dyno. no canned tune is going to be dead on seeing as all supercharged motors are different.

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Thanks for the help,now i know the answer to my question have to get a dyno tune very soon

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All S/C motors are different, also all cars are different. So a canned tune in a forced induction motor, will kill it quick so get your car to a dyno ASAP. Another thing, don't go stuffing your foot in it until you get it tuned, Mike. SCT Tuner.

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You need to have it dyno tuned if you want to use a tuner or you can destroy the engine with the supercharger. Or better yet, give me the kenne bell and use to sct tuner.

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