" Nice runs, GIAC looked to have a good showing at this event.
I know during their testing in April on 104oct and Meth their Extreme K04 car was putting down 350/399 on a Mustang Dyno. Stock was 184/188. So given the weight advantage, this is a pretty believable outcome assuming the G8 GT had roughly 500whp. Of course another 1/4 of strip, I could see the g8 pulling up top due to the fact that the k04 is just a small turbo and starts to run out of breath around 115-120mph "
The video below shows Weistec's passion for engineering, problem solving, and pushing the envelope. Remember, these guys don't just tune Mercedes' they provide full fledged engineering solutions no matter what that solution may entail.
Watch the video below to get an idea of who Weistec is and what they do.
It's always fun to plan your weekends around the marathon of car work you have to do.
Oh it's a blast. It honestly gives me something to look forward to. I work a 'desk' job, nothing to me is more satisfying then working with my own hands and finishing a project, especially on cars. I usually plan to have any car 'project' finished by Saturday night. That way when I break something or screw the pooch I can spend all day Sunday running around trying to find the part(s) "
" Most people would think a 2.0 liter four-cylinder versus a 6.0 liter V8 would not result in much of a race. Readers here know better though and that the 2.0 liter powerplant in the GTI with a turbo upgrade can perform quite well especially as evidenced by the result below. The VW Golf GTI has a K04 turbo upgrade with the GIAC Extreme tuning software file going up against an LS2 6.0 liter V8 Pontiac G8 GT with a claimed 500 horsepower at the wheels.
The GTI is able to steadily pull the G8 GT up top. Does it truly have 500 wheel horsepower? According to GIAC that is what the owner claims. Whether it is accurate or not it is up to you to decide but what know for sure is the the little four cylinder came out on top versus the big V8 on this day.
klipseracer -With all due respect I did not read the full post due to length, but I appreciate the input. Having been there and done that, I can guarantee a refund in this case, if not my firm can get it taken care of within 24 hours no questions asked. The ball will be in Tony's hands then and he will have no recourse. Almost every institution attempts to operate outside of the law and most succeed in doing so, but knowledge is power and a chargeback will be successful.
Tony - to the guy who filed a chargeback against you he was an idiot and should not have won, so it's no surprise that he didn't.
I'm not trying to create animosity here or promote fraudulent claims. I was simply making reference to those who had to take to the forums for refunds; trying to state that it really wasn't necessary. Either way I don't come on forums to argue details, just post facts, Tony has stepped up to the plate so it's all good on his end now anyway. It is a respectable move on his part.
It doesn't matter what 'institution' you have, legal or otherwise. Chargebacks are simply dispute cases within the payment network. There is no 'legal' rights here, its simply a function of visa, mc, disc, amex. If you had a million dollar lawyer, you still have to go through the dispute process if the merchant wants to fight you. He can represent this over and over, and if you slip and forget to reply to a single message, he will win. "
Well, trolling multiple forums is not my thing, sorry for the late reply. It's working now and I have the breakpoints setup in XDF and my templates. Good learning experience. I also posted some information about how to make it work, which you didn't mention. But that's ok... If anyone wants a copy of my xdf files, all they have to do is ask. I have updated versions of I8AOS and IJEOS...
I'm sorry I can't have you advertising. If it happens again I'll have to put your account into the guest vendor setting. "