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what is a good hand held tuner?
 

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If you plan on getting a dyno tune you should find out what kind of a tuner your tuner uses and then buy that one.
 

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if you plan on tuning on your own, get a sniper and a good laptop...
 

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i have a laptop
 

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what are some advantages of using the sniper than just using a hand held im trying to see what i go with!
 

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sniper, is more for the do it ur self tuners. I have heard great things about the sniper, but the SCT or Diablo is what i will go with. But 96 and 97 cars have to use a chip with diablo, so ill end up with SCT most likely.
 

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I have an xcal 3 on the way. One of my friends has one for his 97GT and loves it.
 

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I have great deals on xcals. The sniper allows you to get a "custom" tune by answering a bunch of questions. Its a decent system, but IMO lacks a little in the "fine" tuning areas. Using their custom tuning software you can get the fine tuning done, but it costs more.
 

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For dyno tuning cant you just reflash the stock chip using the shops Software? Do i really need one of these if i plan on keeping the same Tune?
 

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Beings this is about tuners...a question arose! Using an SCT on a modded 96 with a Roush timing adjuster...what is the best setting for the adjuster as far as timing goes assuming the tune is set to the Performnace tune? Someone said to set the adjuster to 0 as if it was not there at all (stock). Any thoughts? :confused:
 
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