I installed a prl front and down pipe and cobra air intake and a flash pro race with 6psi i need to know if i need to have it tuned?

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I installed a prl front and down pipe and cobra air intake and a hondata flash pro race and add 6psi. I havent dyno the car i dont know how much power that add anybody knows or do i need to have it tune?



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I installed a prl front and down pipe and cobra air intake and a hondata flash pro race and add 6psi. I havent dyno the car i dont know how much power that add anybody knows or do i need to have it tune?
Need to take it to a dyno to see those type of numbers. They either give you wheel horse power or crank horse power and usually you lose 20% by the time it gets to the wheels
 
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Need to take it to a dyno to see those type of numbers. They either give you wheel horse power or crank horse power and usually you lose 20% by the time it gets to the wheels
Ty jay for replying i was thinking if im going to have it tune do u think if its smart for me to do to replace my stock clutch before have it tuned so i can get the maximum horse power without having any problem slipping clutch?
 

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Ty jay for replying i was thinking if im going to have it tune do u think if its smart for me to do to replace my stock clutch before have it tuned so i can get the maximum horse power without having any problem slipping clutch?
If your on the +6psi tune you are fine. If you are on the +9 psi your clutch will start to slip. If you have the money I mean replace it now you will have to eventually anyways
 
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If your on the +6psi tune you are fine. If you are on the +9 psi your clutch will start to slip. If you have the money I mean replace it now you will have to eventually anyways
Im calling around cost about $1200 for the clutch not cheap my clutch still good only have 10k miles on it maybe i just leave for now not to have it tuned i dont know.
 








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