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Does anyone know of a place in or around san Antonio that i can go have some headers, high flo cats and a tune done?? Any info would be appreciated.
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Does anyone know of a place in or around san Antonio that i can go have some headers, high flo cats and a tune done?? Any info would be appreciated.
Idk about SA area but in Austin there is Inerita Motorsports they will be able to hook you up.

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Thanks a lot. I see you have headers, Did you have to tune it? Also did they do anything so it would not throw codes out?
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Np, and no thrown codes and no tuning required cuz they are shorty headers. I did it myself but Inerita Motorsports are good people and they are the makers of the Spartan cams and they have a dyno so you can do a custom dyno tune once the CMR tuning is released.
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Awesome, thanks a lot!
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