It should be a comp claim, comp is anything other than a collison, they would cover your damage , minus your comp deductible. It could raise your premium. I would get quotes on how much it would cost to repair it yourself, before calling the insurance.
We would be happy to help with a tune. We have different tune options, but it depends on your vehicle. For your vehicle it is the AutoCal or in person tune option only. The AutoCal will allow us to see your vehicle data and provide custom tune files via email. We can help with all your tune requests mentioned above. Also we update our tunes for free as long as you own the vehicle, if you add mods later, or make any changes. The hardware, custom tune and license, plus free tune updates, everything included would be $599. Let us know if you have any other questions.
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It's totally up to you, with the AutoCal you can just program your stock files back to the vehicle if you need to. If you have any communication with the vehicles errors, you will have them when you try to program the tune to the vehicle initially, and usually removing the radio fuse fixes it. Just in case here is a link to our instructions, we have a list of common error codes section in there for your reference. http://www.blackbearperformance.com/autocal_management.asp
Just wanted to add our two cents, the tuner won't even provide an tune for anything less than 91+ for the 6.2, that fuel is required for both optimal economy and best power. 87 octane and, to a lesser extent, 89 octane both cause persistent, detrimental pinging with that engine.
I wasn't here for the 2009 test, but for the 2016 test GM factory tuning was utilized. I would assume the same for 09. The vehicles are stock for testing as well. That's just for testing purposes, aside from that, a tune can help, some intakes require more tuning than others.
The Airaid Jr (201-796) did the best when we tested intakes in 2009, so it would apply to 07-13 vehicles only. For the 14 and newer vehicles the AFE momentum GT Pro (54-74104)did the best in our 2016 testing.
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