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    vtech question

    if I start out with a stock ski, and do the 8350 tune with a kanaflex and a 15/20, but then next year I do the charger wheel and injectors, will I have to do a new vtech tune and have to pay a second time?


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    If you have the vtech tuned credit NO! With the tuner and the vtech credit you can download as many maps as you want plus have the capability to adjust the fuel maps your self. Know if you only have a flash ECU you get stock with that tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave911rsr View Post
    if I start out with a stock ski, and do the 8350 tune with a kanaflex and a 15/20, but then next year I do the charger wheel and injectors, will I have to do a new vtech tune and have to pay a second time?

    once you buy the tuning credit for your ski you can change tunes 1000 times if you want. No extra charge. You only pay once!

    www.youTUNEit.net

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    ok, thanks

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    Exactly why I got vtech. I ran the 8350 tune for an entire season. The next year I did valvetrain and other mods, so I just changed to a 8650 tune. Upgraded injectors, changed to a different 8650 tune. Very simple to do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATNryan View Post
    Exactly why I got vtech. I ran the 8350 tune for an entire season. The next year I did valvetrain and other mods, so I just changed to a 8650 tune. Upgraded injectors, changed to a different 8650 tune. Very simple to do!
    how was that 8350 tune

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    Quote Originally Posted by idoodou View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ATNryan View Post
    Exactly why I got vtech. I ran the 8350 tune for an entire season. The next year I did valvetrain and other mods, so I just changed to a 8650 tune. Upgraded injectors, changed to a different 8650 tune. Very simple to do!
    how was that 8350 tune
    It is leaps and bounds above stock. By removing all the limiters, you can really feel the true power of the ski. They have much better tunes than the 8350 one I ran two years ago.

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