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    oe tunning flash for my n54

    just took out the jb4 for a new tune to compare. a local performance shop by me told me to try the oe tuning flash. i have downpipes, dual cone intake and ams front mount. i def felt more all around power from the oe tuning then the jb4. yet by all respect the jb4 did do one hell of a job. both tunes ar great but the only reason i swapped it out is because the jb4 kept chugging at load. dyno sheets will be up shortly but as of right now oe tune is amazing. more updates are coming soon..

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    Looking forward to the dyno sheets.

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    We all are, we need to see what this baby can really do.

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    Interested to see what some proprietary secret sauce has up its sleeve...hope it's as good as it sounds
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cardiostack908 Click here to enlarge
    just took out the jb4 for a new tune to compare. a local performance shop by me told me to try the oe tuning flash. i have downpipes, dual cone intake and ams front mount. i def felt more all around power from the oe tuning then the jb4. yet by all respect the jb4 did do one hell of a job. both tunes ar great but the only reason i swapped it out is because the jb4 kept chugging at load. dyno sheets will be up shortly but as of right now oe tune is amazing. more updates are coming soon..
    Another satisfied customer! I have had no issues with this tune and have had it for over a year now.
    Looking forward to seeing the dyno results.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cardiostack908 Click here to enlarge
    the only reason i swapped it out is because the jb4 kept chugging at load.
    Don't think it had anything to do with the DCI, do you? Click here to enlarge

    Be sure to leave the hood down when you do your dynamometer runs since you don't drive with your hood raised on the street. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by maxnix Click here to enlarge
    Be sure to leave the hood down when you do your dynamometer runs since you don't drive with your hood raised on the street.
    true, BUT, on the street you get a TON more air everywhere which means a lot...open your hood for sure and get the fans blasting as much as you can
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    true, BUT, on the street you get a TON more air everywhere which means a lot...open your hood for sure and get the fans blasting as much as you can
    Gee, and with a vehicle at rest, I thought the air pressure was uniform everywhere! Click here to enlarge

    Even below 200 mph, ram effect is pretty much non existent. That is, unless you own a ram air GTO, then you have to believe in scoops. Click here to enlarge

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    you're saying that having or not having a fan blow cold air into the intakes will have no effect on results of the dyno until you get over 200mph winds?
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    Does the oe tune have a downpipe fix?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by leo985i Click here to enlarge
    Does the oe tune have a downpipe fix?
    I believe they do. Another satisfied customer with OE. Click here to enlarge
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    Hmmm, Interesting.....I cant wait for those dynos.

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    Yes it has the downpipe fix and setup the appointment for next week Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    you're saying that having or not having a fan blow cold air into the intakes will have no effect on results of the dyno until you get over 200mph winds?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno Click here to enlarge
    you're saying that having or not having a fan blow cold air into the intakes will have no effect on results of the dyno until you get over 200mph winds?
    I think he's talking about the "ram" effect, e.g. forcing air into the intake to increase air pressure. But on a dyno the fans are used to provide colder air to prevent major heatsoak.

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    Those floor fans can't even come close to matching at speed pressure differentials because they cannot come close to moving that volume of air, especially with the hood open since there is no pressure differential.

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