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jmeeler19

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  1. Tuner question

    I've considered that. It's useless to him since it's married to my truck. He offered to sell it to me for $100 but I don't want the tuner.
  2. Tuner question

    That's what I was thinking but the original owner lives about 3.5hrs from me and the dealer wants $100-$150 to set it back to stock so I was considering being lazy and cheap...lol
  3. Tuner question

    I called Diablo and talked to them. They said that the InTune3 can't write tunes to a vehicle that isn't set to factory anyway. Going to have to try to get with the original owner to set it back to stock or go to a dealer and have them do it.
  4. I purchased a 2016 Silverado that was tuned by the previous owner with a Hypertech tuner. I purchased a Diablo InTune3. Will I be able to install the Diablo tunes or does it need to be set back to factory before I can do it?
  5. It's very scary for me. I don't want to ruin my new truck. I will look into it and see what I think. May try to get it back factory then get another tuner for it with custom tunes from someone.
  6. I'm not sure I'm capable of tuning in HP tuner...lol. My only tuning experience has been hooking up an SCT to my 11 F150 and install a tune. My fear with that is just thinking that when it attempts to download the factory tune it will use the one in the truck now as factory and I wouldn't have really accomplished anything.
  7. It's doesn't go into limp mode and never seems to lose any power either. When I talked to the original owner he told me he had a hypertech tuner and has it on the 87 tune with correction for the tires also. I don't have the tuner that he used so I'm not sure what's the best way go here. I would assume that even I bought a new tuner it would store this tune as factory? What's my best options? It would be nice to be able to set it back factory in case I ever needed warranty work performed.
  8. I haven't noticed any variance in the room what so ever. Just see the message come up.
  9. I recently purchased a 16 Silverado with the 5.3. Under hard acceleration I sometimes receive the "reduced engine power" message in the screen on the dash. I never notice any difference in power but was curious if this a normal condition with TC on. Could it just be trying to reduce power to prevent wheelspin? The truck also is lifted and has 35's on it too. It has been tuned to account for the larger tires from what I have been told.
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