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  1. 2 points
    After four weeks of silence, the previous owner finally responded and is shipping the tuner tomorrow!
  2. 2 points
    In order for the seller to use the tuner for another car he would need to return your car back to stock first. I believe SCT will let you switch vehicles 5 times and they charge $150 to unmarry a device.
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    Yea. Usually you just leave the battery plugged in. Charger just keeps it good and charged at full volts. If it said incorrect car code (sorry on phone, can’t scroll up to see exact verbiage) is it possible that tuner wasn’t what was used to tune the car....? I would possibly call SCT tomorrow. When my dads 5.0 bricked itself while flashing a tune, on a Sunday, they where very helpful. And yea you can put tunes back on the car whenever. However many times you want as far as I know. Just only a limited amount of unmarry and remarry’s to different cars per device. SCT wants to sell you new hardware eventually.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    That would be a good idea but save the tune files from the device to your computer. There should be videos on youtube showing how to do this.
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    Whatever you do make sure you have a battery charger on while flashing tunes especially if you are doing any problem solving. The best way to corrupt your PCM is to attempt to flash it with insufficient voltage.
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    MPT responded and confirmed that running 87 is a really bad idea and said the best thing to do would be to put the stock tune back on it.
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    Just breath in and out, in and out... lol
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    The only other cord you need is to connect it to your computer, and that is a standard printer cord (kind of a square end that goes into the bottom of the handheld). You will need to download the SCT updater and that is the first thing I would do since it is likely out of date for the handheld operating system.
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    Something special about black and white portraits. Feels like a magic sauce
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    The 1964 1000 is finally "done". It needs some work, its running really ruff. Sounds and feels like it has a massive cam in it, and it doesn't :/. Slight cam, nice heads and intake manifold, and a good carb, but it isn't tuned at all. Sounds and smells like its very rich and timing is pretty jacked up. But, its runs! Tomorrow we will be trailoring it to the guy who installed the motor and trans to get it tuned a bit better. He probably won't get it dialed in perfectly, but it will be good enough to drive. Its a Jegs 350 crate motor and trans. Was only like 4500 for both so that the level of motor it is, although the cam and head swap did come after the fact. For the AC, I guess the heads it had didn't have some mount point required, I don't know. All pretty much at 6400 ISO, speed ranges depending on light. F1.4 @58mm. FX1_5488 by David, on Flickr FX1_5480 by David, on Flickr FX1_5476 by David, on Flickr FX1_5458 by David, on Flickr FX1_5456 by David, on Flickr FX1_5454 by David, on Flickr FX1_5443 by David, on Flickr
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    iPhone pic from LA of the SpaceX falcon 9 heavy launch last night. First time they flew an actual payload AND have the first stage land back on the pad as far as I know. At least the first on the west coast. Wish I had a real camera on me, but I didn’t think it would be this spectacular and clear! Was amazing to see, we could easily see the boosters ignite to course correct and the what I assume to be cold burn maneuvering thrusters fire to correct trajectory. So bad ass, maybe one of the coolest thing I have ever seen. I can’t even imaging the math behind this........ Photo and Lightroom edits all done on iPhone. Xs’s camera is pretty dope, that’s a decent crop and it’s still pretty detailed! Just wish I had more dynamic range so the boosters weren’t so overexposed ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I mean it’s worthless to him. If he doesn’t really know that I guess gently let him know? Lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Right. I think grim is just saying don’t let him be a dick... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    It has no value to him as long as it is married to your car.
  16. 1 point
    Thanks for the offer but I'll see if I can get the old one first.
  17. 1 point
    The previous owner confirmed that the exhaust was changed from the resonators back so nothing new, and that it was tuned with a flash tuner. He's trying to find it now and I'm really hoping he can, I don't care if I have to drive 3 hours to get it. It'll be a lot cheaper than having to buy a new one.
  18. 1 point
    Sounds like a nice upgrade!
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    I think it has resonators as it does get really quiet (relatively speaking) when it's at a low rpm or off throttle.
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    One of lol. I am into cars, computers, and photography. Not cheap things.......... I am legit sitting here in front of my PC working on my server which lives in my closet lol. Too many shell sessions open, pretty sure my eyes are melting haha.
  22. 1 point
    I think it's 6800. And what kind of ds can you use? can you take one out of a gt or do you have to buy one made for the v6?
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    You don't just download a tune to the car without a physical tuning device. The device not only transfers the tune file to the car but also saves the factory tune. You have to know for sure if the car has an altered tune on it before you change anything. If you are unsure, take it to a dealer and have them flash a factory tune onto the car so you have a clean slate to start with.
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    If you want a good fluid that doesn’t break the bank, ATE 200 is good stuff. I run it my car and my fathers s550 and haven’t boiled fluid yet. If you want better stuff, motul rbf 600 is the fo to race fluid. And if you need better (no one in this forums needs better then 600......) they make a 660. But it will absorb water pretty fast and thus requires a flush very often. Honestly, unless your tracking the car, the stock fluid is totally fine. There are only three things to worry about, hydrophobia, temperature at which it turns to steam, and price. If your not tracking it it won’t get hot enough to boil, and if it’s any normal fluid it should reject water or spread whatever water is absorbed through all of the fluid volume rapidly. So both of these are none issues for street cars, then there is price... Point is, I wouldn’t even worry about it. Brake fluid is just a hydronic fluid, all that matters is the fact it’s a non-compressible material so it does it’s job correctly. All brake fluids are, and the stock stuff is fine unless your tracking the car. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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