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    Tune

    Last year I had my 2011 GT tuned at Pete's. Can I still use the same tuner he used for that one on the 2017 GT?

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    Question

    What did you do with the old car?
    Did you put it back to stock tune?
    Is the tuner unlocked?
    2006 Vista Blue GT Deluxe,Dark Charcoal, Manual, 64W Chrome 18" Wheels,Spoiler Delete,IUP Satin, 14A,43A,17L
    Receipt Date- 01/25/06 Produced Date- 03/29/06 Arrival Date--- 04/11/06
    MODS: JLT CAI,SCT dyno tune by Pete, WebElectric sequential tail lights & pony corral, Pypes Violators, Front plate relocation,Hella 500 driving lights instead of fogs,GMS double strut brace & A-arm brace.
    2007 Alloy GT Premium Convertible,Charcoal w/Red Premium Trim Pkg.,Manual,64W wheels,3.55 gears,IUP charcoal.

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    I traded the other car in. I didn't put it back in stock tune. I assume the tuner is unlocked

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    I never thought of putting the stock tune back in. It happened so fast, so, I guess I leave the tuner with the car so the dealer can put it back in stock tune.

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    You should give the tuner back with the car . If there is ever an issue they wont be able to take care of it without a matched tuner. Time for a newone

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    You're right, and, I will give it back with the car. I plan on putting in cold air and will bring it back to Pete after that.

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