I have a 2006 GT Auto and i currently have the 89 octane from BAMA and was wondering if switching to the 91 octane tune would be to "touchy" for a daily driver. Opinions anyone??
That's why I leave that part of the tune closed, when I load the tuner for those who don't have tuning experience. When it comes to a certain %, it's not the same as getting it tuned on a dyno. And I would never run a canned tune in a daily driver, or anything for that matter, Mike. :nono::nono:i have a huge bone to pick with those tuners. nothing beats good dyno tune. i have the sct chip in my gt, its a 94, and blew my motor. had it on a 87 street tune. nothing crazy, just wanted to increase some air and fuel ratios for a more stoich running engine and...boom! actually it was more like [email protected]%k! those pre-tuners can very much damage your engine. they mess with your ecu and can potentially cause major problems. with me, the chip was tuned to run the fan whenever the cars is running and i guess it turned it off and my engine temp gauge went to heven and i blew a nice head gasket and pretty sure a ring or two. dont know until i rip it apart
I use Bama's 93 Race tune, and my 'Stang is a daily driver and I love it. :bigthumbsup In the winter I will usually switch to the Performance tune just so the throttle isn't as touchy because of snow and ice etc.I have a 2006 GT Auto and i currently have the 89 octane from BAMA and was wondering if switching to the 91 octane tune would be to "touchy" for a daily driver. Opinions anyone??