Base trifecta tune. No frills and they charge for any updates. But that’s part of the low entry cost.
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Okay, so if I were to do upgrades to the vehicle after getting the tune, would I have to get a new tune done? And would I have to pay once more?I dont know if it has changed but there was only 100 difference between base tune and elite. If you dont plan on upgrades beyond whatever you currently have then yeah I guess base would be the way to go. I think you can upgrade for the 100 more later but you'd have to check their site to confirm it.
You really need to get your car in good running order first. If you do any mods or add a tune, you are just asking for more issues compounded on top of the many you are having right now. Spend your money on the important things first. You want to skip primary and secondary schooling and jump right in to college. For most of us that spells disaster.Okay, so if I were to do upgrades to the vehicle after getting the tune, would I have to get a new tune done? And would I have to pay once more?
EDIT: It's looking like my other modifications should be done BEFORE getting my tune, but I was told to do the tune first then the other parts after.. what order??
Hey there! Trifecta offers 2 tiers of calibrations for your 2014 Cruze 1.4t. The Advantage option is more 'wallet friendly' at $298 and offers a one time calibration. This includes the flash loading cable and software along with your vehicle specific calibration. This option is best if you plan on keeping the car stock. Then you have the Elite option, which is an excellent choice for only $100 more over Advantage. The Elite tier allows custom calibration requests, datalogging to troubleshoot and support for any aftermarket parts that may require calibration updates. Please let us know how we can help you decide further!Looking for certain tunes. Wanting the most cost effective that doesn’t compromise on tune quality, as I am working in a very tight budget. Thanks in advance!
I honestly already would run 91. The only difference is I have to go about 8-10 mins over to another town to get it (not a big deal, honestly). And after taking a trip out of state - yeah, I appreciate our prices more now.Also you must run 91 octane with a tune, so if you are on a serious budget, this may change your mind, but I see you are in Iowa where gas is always cheap.
The issue with the catless downpipe is.. my dad. He says I have to keep the cat, but I at least plan to do the ZZP catback.To take full advantage of your tune you will want a quality intake and catless downpipe.
Luckily you are, the Cruze has two of emI honestly already would run 91. The only difference is I have to go about 8-10 mins over to another town to get it (not a big deal, honestly). And after taking a trip out of state - yeah, I appreciate our prices more now.
The issue with the catless downpipe is.. my dad. He says I have to keep the cat, but I at least plan to do the ZZP catback.