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What to do ?

i am still in the range of having a warranty on my car . I am trying to find out about a stock tune with a k&n hi flo intake, No exhaust just slp mufflers.

Should i go for the custom tune or should i get the predator thingy?

the reason for this. i do not want to get a tune and one day have to take it in to be serviced, an someone has wiped out the custom tune. what is the best route to take in this matter .

will the intake be worth changing considering that the car is still stock as well as tuning it also?

thank you for you help
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leave the intake as is, get a custom tune, and if something happens and they need to reflash your pcm, most programmers will just redownload your program. Almost all programmers keep every customers tune on file.
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Thank you very much
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your very welcome.
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leave the intake as is, get a custom tune, and if something happens and they need to reflash your pcm, most programmers will just redownload your program. Almost all programmers keep every customers tune on file.
yep what he wrote
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