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I tune my car with bama tuning...i have the sct programmer from my v6 and I want to reset it for 150 bucks (free tunes for life also)

but my car still only has 1300 miles on it...how long should I wait before pulling the trigger on a beautiful race tune :D
 

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About 1300 miles ago would have been good...:yelwacko:
1+ i dont see how your car would mess up by putting the tuner on it :headscratch:
 

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twas a joke haha

i just wanted to make sure there wasnt a break in period or some bs like that

and an excuse not to spend money right now as the tuner is laying on the floor in my closet and i see it every morning :/ begging me to use it
 

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i think his underlying question is does the engine need to broken in more or to a certain milage before adding a tune?
:dunce:makes more sense now i think shes ready for the tune:bounce2:
 

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as soon as you have the cash for it :)
 

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My car has 600 miles on it and the tune and CAI are on order. The only thing holding it up is SCT registration of my computer code.
 

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Our 2011's have been dyno'd, tracked, tuned since less than 200 on the odometer. Our 2012 Boss was at New Jersey Motorsports Park with similar mileage, and Bama tuned a day or two later.

These cars will make more power as they break-in, gas mileage will get better, etc. As for the actual rings being seated, that happens almost instantaneously now days. Someone beat the crap out of your car on a test drive before you picked it off the lot (yeah I know some of you ordered the car, it was an example - lol). Ford would be in trouble if a car that only has 50 miles on the odometer needed a motor.

You're good to go whenever you're ready!
 
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