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What type of tune do I need for my 2013 Fiat 500T
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    What type of tune do I need for my 2013 Fiat 500T

    I recently jumped the gun and installed a Neu-Speed exhaust and a Catless Downpipe on my 2013 Fiat 500T. I did more research and now realize my mistake and won't be driving it until I get a tune. My question is do I need to get a Dynotune for my Downpipe, or can I order something like the Maxpowerpro from 500MADNESS to help my engine not blow up. I'm a total beginner when it comes to tuning, any insights would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tekyll View Post
    I recently jumped the gun and installed a Neu-Speed exhaust and a Catless Downpipe on my 2013 Fiat 500T. I did more research and now realize my mistake and won't be driving it until I get a tune. My question is do I need to get a Dynotune for my Downpipe, or can I order something like the Maxpowerpro from 500MADNESS to help my engine not blow up. I'm a total beginner when it comes to tuning, any insights would be greatly appreciated.
    You have a 500T, same engine as the Abarth. You can ask in the 500T forum section, but if you ask in the 500 Abarth section, you'll probably get a lot of answers. It's just the second forum section from this one.
    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, we do have a 500 as a family car. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4 MultiAir 105 Pop, 6-speed AISIN AS60T Automatic, Grigio & Nero, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

    105 hp - 100 lb-ft.
    No big mods, except for one, a K&N air filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tekyll View Post
    I recently jumped the gun and installed a Neu-Speed exhaust and a Catless Downpipe on my 2013 Fiat 500T. I did more research and now realize my mistake and won't be driving it until I get a tune. My question is do I need to get a Dynotune for my Downpipe, or can I order something like the Maxpowerpro from 500MADNESS to help my engine not blow up. I'm a total beginner when it comes to tuning, any insights would be greatly appreciated.
    You dont *need* a tune, but if you get one youll get rid of the check engine light and youll get increased torque and airflow limiters. Most of the gain from a DP with a tune will be seen below 5000RPM


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    If the light is what you are looking to get rid of you would have to get a dyno tune or "remote tune" to alleviate the issue. Like doverosx stated, you will also get the added benefits of more hp/tq and boost pressure. Just be aware that if your state requires emissions testing through OBD they will be able to tell that your monitors are turned off.

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    I'm happy with my Euro Compulsion Euro+Drive tune which consists of a hand programmer working through the OBD port. You send them a copy of your factory tune and they quickly send back the modified tunes so you can flash your ECU. The car is never out of service and no need to remove any hardware.

    I had a CEL light with my new catted down-pipe, but the tune took care of that. You can select a few different power levels and if your car has a "Sport" button, you can switch between two different tunes. The OBD programmer stores your original tune, so assuming your mechanical items are smog legal, you can simply reflash your ECU when it comes time for inspection. Of course you will have to swap out your non-cat down-pipe for the factory pipe for the inspection, assuming you have one where you live.

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