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Q: What does this tune update mean?

Asked by: Josh - 7/20/2015
A: A tune update is when you have purchased tunes from us and need them changed due to you modifying your vehicle or you are outside your 60-day window for preference-based changes and need something modified like how the vehicle shifts for example. Keep in mind, that any upgrades or modifications you purchase through our website will get you a free tune update for that part!
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (7/21/2015)

Q: should i expect my tune updates to be free of charge since i purchased my tuner plus more from you??

Asked by: Russ Kliem - 4/13/2016
A: Any part you purchase through our website, after receiving your original tunes, will come with a free tune update. You will just need to submit a custom tune form for it.

Any part you buy from another vendor will require the purchase of a tune update.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (4/14/2016)

Q: I currently have an 87 Octane street performance tune from you guys - love it. My question is, I would like to go up to 91 Octane. What would be the best course of action? Would I have to buy a whole new tune? Am I covered for a free update in this situation? Or would I have to purchase a tune update? Thanks, Dylan PS: At a later date, I'm changing my rear gear to 4:10:1 - could the rear gear ratio option be left unlocked and changeable by me on the tune?

Asked by: Dylan - 2/3/2016
A: A tune for a different octane would require a new tune purchase, but with an existing customer discount. In your case, this discount has been applied to your account, so all you have to do is log in.

We typically leave gear ratio as an adjustable options in our tunes, but if you don't see that, just reply to the email where you received that tune. If you have a manual trans you're perfectly good to go with the on device adjustment, but if you have an automatic, you'd be better off purchasing a $20 tune update so that we can make appropriate adjustments to your shift schedule to suit the new gear ratio.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (2/4/2016)

Q: I own a 2013 Mustang 5.0, with tunes by MPT. I have been more than pleased with how hard the car pulls and would like to continue utilizing your team of experts. I have just bought a Cobra Jet intake manifold, Monoblade throttle body, and Airaid CAI. Will MPT be able to tune my car? (only other modification is a MAC off-road Midpipe)

Asked by: George - 3/15/2016
A: We can update your tunes for those modifications. However, you will need to purchase the heavy mods add-on for those modifications as well.

http://www.morepowertuning.com/mpt-na-heavymods
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (3/16/2016)

Q: If I had an MPT tune from my previous 2014 Mustang V6, can I use this update feature to "update" the tune for my new 2016 Mustang GT?

Asked by: Chris Cruz - 3/31/2016
A: This purchase is for when you do a physical modification to your vehicle that requires a tune revision.

Tunes are vehicle specific. You will need to purchase new tunes. They cannot be moved from one vehicle to another. Also, we currently do not offer tunes for the 2016 Mustang GT.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (3/31/2016)

Q: I am changing my stock gears from 2.73 gears to 3.73 gears do I do the same process as to when I got my custom tune? and fill out form and send it to you guys I just paid 20 dollars for a update I just want to know if I did the right thing thanks!

Asked by: EVER FUENTES - 5/30/2016
A: After purchasing the Tune Update, you will need to submit a custom tune form. This will put yourself in line for tune updates. In the form, there will be two important drop-down options. For Vehicle Type, make sure you select "Existing Tune Update". For Purchase Info, make sure you select "Update for Existing Customer". Next, select the option that describes your tune update, and in the comments let us know specifically what you need your tunes updated for. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wbOcl_gtnYbPduu3r936VvhValdZCjD4xuWpdeLqIlQ/viewform
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (5/31/2016)

Q: I purchased an SCT Tuner and several tunes (5 if I remember correctly) 2 years ago for my 2012 F150 Ecoboost. Are updates to these tunes free? Thanks.

Asked by: Chris - 12/19/2016
A: Any modifications purchased through our site will grant you a free update to your tunes for that part. Just submit a new MPT Tune Form telling us what has changed.

Should you buy the part elsewhere or need a preference-based change outside the 60-day window, you will need to purchase a $20 Tune Update. The $20 Tune Update will cover all tunes you have for that price, not $20 per tune. You will also need to submit an MPT Tune Form after your purchase of the Tune Update.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (12/20/2016)

Q: Can I use the tube update option to change my street shifting tune to a stock shifting tune?

Asked by: Javier Martinez - 12/20/2016
A: That would be a separate new tune, rather than an update.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (12/20/2016)

Q: Okay I'm confused. I just ordered the e-mail custom tune for SCT Programmers this week. Well my question is , will I need to spend $20 extra dollars just to get my tune modified? I am currently running the 87 Performance Street Tune and I hate the fact my cooling fan remains on 100% of the time & all I need is for you guys to reset my fan settings to stock. Please Help?

Asked by: Emmanuel Pena - 10/29/2016
A: Reply to the email where you received your tune and let us know there what you'd like changed.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (10/31/2016)

Q: I purchased a Livewire TS tuner and five custom tunes for my 08 F150 back in 2015. It had the Gotts mod noted on the build info. I recently installed a second hand Volant CAI. Question is, do I need a tunes update?

Asked by: Kevin McCole - 12/22/2016
A: We would need to know the model number of the cold air intake. You can email it to us as [email protected] along with your Livewire's serial number.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (12/22/2016)

Q: What does this include ? I bought a sct tuner and 5 tunes for a f150 2014 3.5 ecoboost about 6-8 months ago

Asked by: Glen Scholten - 1/4/2017
A: This Tune Update is required when you buy modifications from anywhere but our site and the tunes are needing to be recalibrated for said modifications.

For example:
You install a cold air intake you bought from a friend and it requires tuning. You would purchase this in order for us to update your tunes for it.

It also covers any preference-based changes you may want, but have gone out of the 60-day window we offer.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (1/4/2017)

Q: i bought The SCT X4 programmer a few months ago, i recently bought another Programmer is this form also to help change the serial number and get another custom tune for only $25.00?

Asked by: Julian Torres - 1/16/2017
A: This is what you would need to purchase for a serial number change. Then, you submit an MPT Tune Form telling us the change. Once we see both the payment and form are submitted, we will update all tunes you have for the new serial number.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (1/16/2017)

Q: Hello I have The Bama X4/SCT Flash Tuner. Will and MPT update work on my tuner ?

Asked by: Alex Segovia - 1/16/2017
A: Yes, MPT tunes are compatible with SCT devices sold by Bama/American Muscle.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (1/17/2017)

Q: I have an mpt tune already and just got new tires and different sizes. Do I have to pay the 100$ for a completely new tune or can I update and add that to it.? Please let me know

Asked by: Noah - 1/18/2017
A: Should be able to adjust for tire size on your SCT tuner after selecting which tune you want to program the vehicle with.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (1/19/2017)

Q: I have an F150 5.0L 2013 and just purchased and SCT tuner. Do you build tunes for any tuner or just specific tuners?

Asked by: jason - 1/31/2017
A: We build tunes for SCT programmers and select Bully Dog programmers.

SCT Programmers we support:
-X3
-X4
-Livewire TS

Bully Dog Programmers we support:
-BDX

Keep in mind that this product is for updating tunes you already have from us, not the purchase of new tunes for one of those devices and your vehicle.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (1/31/2017)

Q: I purchased a SCT X4/FX4 PN 7015 compatible for my 2006 F150 5.4 3V. I uninstalled tune and place back stock tune. I have purchased a newer 2013 Ford F150 3.5 Ecoboost. Is this tuner compatible? Would I have to purchase another tuner or pay for custom update tune? Please advise. THank you

Asked by: Orlando G - 1/31/2017
A: As long as the first vehicle was returned to stock, you can use your X4 on the 2013 F150 Ecoboost. it is compatible with Ford vehicles 1996 to present.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (2/1/2017)

Q: are you still doing gm tunes?

Asked by: Harjit Singh - 2/8/2017
A: Sorry, but we are not. We only tune specific Ford vehicles.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (2/8/2017)

Q: Hi... I have a SF4/X4 tuner from Bama American Muscle. Can I still buy this tune for $25?

Asked by: Joe - 2/15/2017
A: "MPT Tune Update" is for folks looking to make changes to an existing MPT tune file.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (2/15/2017)

Q: Do these tunes work with bully dog tuners?

Asked by: Austin - 4/24/2017
A: Yes, but only the Bullydog BDX.
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Answer provided by: JR Rodriguez (4/27/2017)

Q: ? I got A 2015 model mustang GT 5l EU question version and Sctx4 didnt support My vehicle can i get tunes for My EU version also bought jlt coldairintake

Asked by: Mikael - 5/24/2017
A: Sorry but we do not offer any tuning for the 2015+ Ford Mustang GT 5.0L V8.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (5/24/2017)

Q: I have the 87 octane race tune. i am wondering if a tune update can change it to more of a mileage tune to get better mileage at highway speeds?

Asked by: Ryan - 5/30/2017
A: A tune update would not cover this change. You would have to purchase a new tune from our site.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (5/30/2017)

Q: Is this a new update? I'm new to using tuners. I purchased one a few months back and just wondering do I need this update

Asked by: Will - 10/21/2020
A: This tune update is for people looking to have their MPT Tunes updated for certain modifications or to the latest revisions of their tunes. A list of what this covered is listed on the product page.

If you would like to know if your tunes are the latest revisions we offer, it would be best to either reply to the email we sent your tunes in or email us at [email protected] with your name and the serial number from your SCT Tuner.
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Answer provided by: Duane Head (10/21/2020)