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ok i searched around for an answer to this but couldnt find anything.
i just got my jlt intake in today that i ordered from bamachips. Now i also have a xcal-2 tuner with custom tunes that i also got from him about 2 months ago. my question is will i need all new tunes to support the intake or is there just a setting that i can change for it when i program the tune in?
 

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ok thanx for the reply. this sucks though,i got the intake in but cant put it on yet till i get the new tunes in now:(
 

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That does suck man.

Just have to be sure you check all bases before you upgrade something. Point and case: I bought a CAI from AM and part of it does not line up right. I fixed it, but if I had done my research I would of caught it before I ordered it.

Look at it this way; When you get your new tune, and the intake on, it will be that much sweeter and better.:yes
 

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justin @ vmp does great tunes and timely. he can email them to you and you can connect your xcal 2 to your computer to download the tune then upload it to the car
 

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justin @ vmp does great tunes and timely. he can email them to you and you can connect your xcal 2 to your computer to download the tune then upload it to the car

Justin has been having some issues with getting tunes out in a "timely" manner.
 

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well i was running the tunes from bamachips,so im gonna stick with those again from him, his race tune is sweet:cool:
 

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i don't see why you need a new tune for a metal pipe unless you got the intake plenum deals like top and bottom...
 
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