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If I'm running stage 2 with a protune. Do I need another tune for the winter... Gets pretty cold in ny and I heard people have two tunes one for summer one for winter? Does that make sense? And is it necessary
 

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Never heard of needing two tunes one for winter and one for summer...
 

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Anybody that's doing that is an idiot..... Just my .02.
 

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Ok cool... Didn't think so just wanted to clear that up. Thanks
 

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That's what temperature compensation tables are for.

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That's what temperature compensation tables are for.
People point fingers at those for being pretty bad - just a devil's advocate viewpoint.

I'd say if you are gonna tune in the winter, don't make it too aggressive of a tune. If it's in the summer, you are in a worse case scenario. I still wouldn't bother with two tunes, just keep that in mind. The car will compensate for the differences though for the most part.

Also, if anybody is running e85, you a lot of times run seasonal tunes to make up for the different grades of e85 throughout the year.
 
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