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i know this is a ranger site but i was wondring if anyone has used the bama programs on an f-150. i really want to get a tune but i wasn't sure what tune would be the most logical to order. i was also wondering if taking a tune from my e-amil that doug sends me is easy to get on my x2. can you save tunes that doug sends you on your computer?

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please help
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why not pm doug himself or e-mail jusnes modified
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i use a BamaChips tuned X2 on my truck, and ive sold quite a few with great results. Loaded emailed tunes is a snap, and you can save new tunes to your computer.

If you go to bamachips.com, youll be redirected to our site for the F150 X2, we do all of the F150 stuff for them.
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My boss got a Superchip for his F150 and it gave it a pretty powerful boost, Im sure their tuning will give you what you are looking for.
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I had a Superchip as well on my F-150 but from what I've heard about the work Doug does on the Bama X2 programmer you should get as good or better from the Bama.

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the superchips tuner is a generic tuner. dont confuse superchips with SCT. BamaChips sells SCT tuners, and he custom makes the tunes for your specific truck with your specific mods, for your specific needs. It ALWAYS gives more power than the superchips
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so even though i bought my current x2 for my ranger could i still remove a tune from it and then put the f-150 tune on it. after that put the tune it the f-150. i'm not worried about putting it back to stock.
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i would think you will need 2 tuners. this is vehical specific. so a tuner per vehical.
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right, the tuner will only work on one vehicle at a time
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