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Thread: Custom Tune

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    I have a 2003 Silverado Z71. I have a 57 series K&N CAI, Cherry Bomb Vortex muffler, and as you can see it's mostly stock. I was wondering if anyone had an advise if I should buy a handheld programmer or go get a custom tune. I live in PA so if any one has had good results from theirs let me know. Thanks

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    if you plan to make more mods down the road, and have a desire to learn, look at doing your own tuning (note: more expensive short term, less long term). If you're not going to make any more changes or don't want to mess with the training to get into tuning, then have someone else do it (note: less expensive short term).
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    Cool custom tune

    DiabloSport Predtor programmer lets you fine tune your truck after you install there 87 or 93 octane tune.

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