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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-26-2006, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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Pi Headswap question

All I really know about this is that it can supposedly give 60 more hp. I found a set of complete cylinder heads and an intake for not much at all, I have gaskets, I can get valve covers, my biggest question is would I need to get a tune for them to work properly, would they run at all without? Is it like a chip or a tuner? Where do I go about getting said tuner or chip? What is the exact name, numbers, where to buy? etc...., also I already I kooks headers, hi-flow cats, and a cat back system so I know it will be breathing right.
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it will run without a tune, as long as you keep your stock fuel injectors and mass air meter...that is crucial

an SCT tune will unlock more power though, period

user "lonnie" is TCCoA's preferred vendor and will get your tune right the first time (whether or not your car is maintained and/or you complete the swap properly is a different issue altogether)
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