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Old 10-25-2012, 02:11 PM   #36
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Jesus man, relax. My comment didn't deserve your sarcasm

I didn't say 'You should'. I said 'I' because 'I' don't see the point otherwise.

But at the track at least, why not reflash it?
Haha! Sorry i was just playin! And i forgot my tuner at home when i ran! Or i would have! Ive heard theres as much as 20 hp difference between street and race! I cant remember where who.said it on here. But if thats true thats awesome!
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Haha! Sorry i was just playin! And i forgot my tuner at home when i ran! Or i would have! Ive heard theres as much as 20 hp difference between street and race! I cant remember where who.said it on here. But if thats true thats awesome!
In my own experience it seems the power is shifted more than it is less. Ultimately costing you big up top.
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In my own experience it seems the power is shifted more than it is less. Ultimately costing you big up top.
So faster speed up top is the biggest difference? Do i lose low end that the street tune gives me??
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So faster speed up top is the biggest difference? Do i lose low end that the street tune gives me??
On a mild mod car you may loose a little low end grunt up to 2000 rpm but above that you won't notice it. Up top 4500+ you might feel the revs climb a little faster.
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On a mild mod car you may loose a little low end grunt up to 2000 rpm but above that you won't notice it. Up top 4500+ you might feel the revs climb a little faster.
Yep. You don't necessarily lose any under 2k, it's that most tunes stay stock like under 2k for drivability. So there isn't any noticeable increase down low versus the rest of the tune. Making the low, low end feel like it has lost something.
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Yep. You don't necessarily lose any under 2k, it's that most tunes stay stock like under 2k for drivability. So there isn't any noticeable increase down low versus the rest of the tune. Making the low, low end feel like it has lost something.
+11. Most Dynos will show you that too!..
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