I do believe he's kind of odd about it. I just lucked out with the car because he didn't even know what was done to it. I found paperwork in the truck that showed service records and the receipts of aftermarket parts and the tuning at raven. I actually called the guy on the paperwork and talked to him and he still had a list on his phone of the modifications. The guy I bought the car from said he sold the bama tuner because it wasn't needed after raven and just told me that he bought it back from his uncle. I've asked him if it still has the stock tune in it and he won't answer me, which is pretty common with him. It is kind of funny though that a few weeks back he sent me a message asking if he could buy the car back because his new one doesn't scare him like this one did lol.Ho crap!
The guy you nought from is a shister.
He’s playing you.
He’s trying yo sell you something he should have included in the original deal.
Anyway, that’s your choice now.
Buy the tuner from him or pass.
As Mineral Grey said, it probably contains your stock tune, which is valuable.
His advice to check that and ensure it works with your car first is great advice.
If it does not contain your stock tune, a hard pass is advised.
Then, getting the SCT and getting Downey’s to flash you back to stock is best course.
Once you secure a stock tune, dump the SCT tune appropriate for your mods in and run that until you decide to get a custom tune, as Ohtobbad suggests.
I don’t know who Raven is, but have herd several first hand accounts about Pete in NH and would have no reservations in recommending.
Being in northern NB, I started dealing with Dasilva racing in Pickering, ON, in 2008 and all my tuning is done by them.