Yeah, since these smoke the tires easily anyway.............
Key word being AFTER.
Anytime someone buys a used sports car without having it inspected, they risk buying someone's used hand grenade. Now, add to the fact that many of these cars cost upwards of 70 grand on the used market... and that's a lot of money to pay for something that may or may not work. I personally won't look twice at a Hellcat that has a P1400 code. I could care less if it's a perfect build tuned by Jesus Christ himself. As the old saying goes, used cars are most often for sale for a reason. This is especially true for halo sports cars. For most people, the Hellcat is an end-of-the-line car. It's not like someone owned a Camry and thought they wanted to upgrade to something like a 3 series BMW. What does one upgrade to after a Hellcat? The answer is going to be a $150k+ car.Yeah, since these smoke the tires easily anyway.............
You have to take it to a tuner. They can tell from there what was tuned.Ok, Thank You but I know the belt and pulley are stock but how can I tell if the injectors are different and if Tim Barth had anything to do with it??
How do you know if the car is turned to e-85?
With My Diablo tune, there was a tuner screen that showed what tune I had. I did find a ODB connector with a long wire under the dash this morning but it disappears behind the dash. I have to pull the lower dash cover to trace it.
best advice right here...You have to take it to a tuner. They can tell from there what was tuned.
This is your opinion.@ Xylander, baabootoo, Mattm400
I am way more intelligent than you could possibly imagine... I was going to buy the car regardless of the tune I was asking for information and I would really appreciate, being new to this community, if the three of you would keep you personal opinions on my decisions to yourselves as I am not here to be judged, just to seek answers and give input when asked.
What about the crank pulley?Definitely Stock Supercharger pulley
Being aware of the possibilities and knowing the true state of the vehicle during pre-purchase is kind of what I'm getting at here. The only way to figure out what you've got, what's been done, and what needs to be corrected can only be had via a visit to someone with either tuning software, or a professional grade diagnostic tool.@Xylander
With All of the things you've said, why didn't you just lead with this? You are judging when you call someone's decision unintelligent. Seeing as I work with cars and Engines day in and day out, I am very aware of what the possibilities are with a used vehicle. I simply asked about a tune and ended up here.