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  • mannysx's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:45 PM
    mannysx replied to a thread RFP Tuning OTS Maps S1 in N54
    Will these maps work on a dct INA0S car?
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    Welcome Spulen 335, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • F87Source's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:06 PM
    The only thing I wished is that ecutek sold the software for the end users to use like they have for the FRS/BRZ, from what i'm told it currently is only available for tuners to use. It doesn't really make much of a difference because their ecutek connect app is available for data logging and soon map switching, but if you ever switch tuners you probably have to buy a new license.
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:50 PM
    I've never heard of Sauced but the only really solid places I know of are in Camarillo so far away. if you are hankering for BBQ though Woodranch restaurants will satisfy but they are a BBQ chain so not exactly the world's best but certainly satisfying. Honestly, you're too far north for good bbq.Sauced is probably your best bet.
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:32 PM
    Sticky so I’m in Livermore , CA eating at this BBQ place called Sauced. Any other BBQ places in CA I should be aware of? I ordered their brisket melt and brisket nachos.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:51 PM
    Welcome Wildfang21, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • F87Source's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    This is getting exciting for the F series lol.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    It seems Porsche is trying to replicate their success with the 991.2 Carrera T on the 718 range. The only downside is that Porsche is not pairing the T model with the 9A2B4 2.5 but instead the 9A2B4 2.0 liter motor. That does make the T models affordable as they are 5-10% cheaper than similarly equipped models. Essentially, Porsche is giving you some options for a package deal. You get the PASM sport chassis, 20 inch wheels, Sport Chrono, and the GT sport steering wheel. Fabric door pulls and a PCM delete are there to lose weight but it's a wash with the addition of a gasoline particulate filter (GPF). Is there anything special you can not get in another 718 model? Yes, the PADM system. These are dynamic transmission mounts designed to reduce vibration. Here are the models at a glance: Compared to the 911 T which strips out quite a bit of weight and adds a limited slip differential creating arguably the best driver's 911 for the money in the lineup the 718 T models feel like a letdown.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:41 PM
    More S55 platform cars are creeping into the 8XX wheel horsepower range. This is a built motor F80 M3 meaning forged S55 engine internals. Tuning was done by Paul Johnson known online as @F80Paul. The power and torque are impressive but why is the RPM cut off? The graph should be presented professionally and in its entirety: Mod list: E85 tune through BM3 Pure Turbos Stage 2+ Fuel-It! Stage 4 Port Injection CSF cooling Built S55 Details such as the boost pressure and who did the engine build with what internals (what compression pistons? whose rods?) are not included. We are definitely going to be seeing more 8XX whp S55's going into 2019.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
    More S55 platform cars are creeping into the 8XX wheel horsepower range. This is a built motor F80 M3 meaning forged S55 engine internals. Tuning was done by Paul Johnson known online as @F80Paul. The power and torque are impressive but why is the RPM cut off? The graph should be presented professionally and in its entirety: Mod list: E85 tune through BM3 Pure Turbos Stage 2+ Fuel-It! Stage 4 Port Injection CSF cooling Built S55 Details such as the boost pressure and who did the engine build with what internals (what compression pistons? whose rods?) are not included. We are definitely going to be seeing more 8XX whp S55's going into 2019.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:11 PM
    The second generation Acura NSX is a sales flop but perhaps tuners can make it a bit more exciting. With a 3.5 liter twin turbo V6 plus three electric motors this thing should be a rocket. Well, it isn't. It is kind of sad how slow this car is even when tuned. The tuner did not provide a graph so who knows what they are getting out of it but considering stock NSX's hit 125 miles per hour what are they getting out of it? 20 whp? Going from 125 to 127 with a twin turbo 3.5 liter V6 is a joke. Not to mention, a stock 991.2 Turbo S will have its way with the NSX and it does not need any electric motors assisting to smoke it. There is no point even bringing up how badly a tuned 911 Turbo would beat it. Hell, a tuned BMW M3 with its smaller I6 can make easy work of the NSX at a fraction of the cost. Acura decided to make the new NSX a heavy all wheel drive hybrid so you would think it would at least impress in a straight line. It doesn't.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:32 PM
    Here is a great modification from Unitronic which increases 2.5 TFSI efficiency. The Unitronic 2.5 TFSI EVO 3-inch turbo inlet elbow will provide gains of 18 horsepower and 8 lb-ft of torque while improving airflow by 12%. Essentially you are removing a restriction in the intake tract. This is a direct bolt on modification for the stock Borg Warner 2.5 TFSI turbocharger. Here is an airflow example: Pressure Differential (PSIA) @ 28inAq: Air Velocity (Mach) @ 28inAq: Why Unitronic chose this design: Unitronic comparison to OEM: To be noted, this elbow does not just apply to the factory turbocharger: Now how about some data? Iroz picked up 13 whp over stock on a Stage 1 tuned RS3 on E85 with an IE intake. Unitronic picked up 18 horsepower on their MAHA LPS3000 with a Stage 2 TT-RS on 93 octane fuel. The intercooler and intake system also was upgraded on the test car. This product does not fit RHD cars but expect RHD compatibility next year. FEATURES +18 HP / + 8 LB-FT TQ on Unitronic MAHA LPS3000 dyno +13 WHP on Land and Sea dyno (courtesy Iroz Motorsport) 12% increase in flow Aircraft grade cast Aluminum construction Fully integrated PCV recirculation artery OEM PCV functionality for adequate crankcase ventilation CNC-machined mounting flanges, inlet and outlets Smooth airflow transitions Direct bolt-on fitment Compatible with OEM stock intake and many aftermarket intake systems Dyno and flow bench proven power, torque, and airflow gains This upgrade is a no brainer for $299: https://www.getunitronic.com/parts/intakes/25tfsi-evo-3inch-inlet-elbow
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:01 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Hoffman0070.
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  • Juan@BigBoost-Billet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:59 PM
    I will be posting more pics along the development, but this is some basic stuff we've got We will be having our titanium compressor wheels made with 2 different designs which have to go through the gas stand to see which one flows better, this is the initial design we will have which is stepped, the other design will be a 9 blade non stepped wheel, this will be chosen based on the gas stand results and the resulting compressor maps of each design. This will be nearly the same units we are using in our record holding McLaren with 800 WHP without maxing out the turbos yet which in this case is a 48.5 mm compressor and 54mm turbine wheel.
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  • Juan@BigBoost-Billet's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:36 PM
    Yes, modified turbofolds with 40% more area in cast stainless steel. Center sections will be dual ceramic ball bearings and compressor housings in aluminum wih 40% more area as well. We will keep the td04 center section design so we can still use all stock lines but with a bigger and stronger shaft.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:28 PM
    Are these modified factory housings or something else?
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    Yesterday, 05:24 PM
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    Yesterday, 05:23 PM
    I won't tell the admin if you won't.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:21 PM
    It truly is incredible what tuners extract from the Evo platform. This Mitsubishi Evo 9 was built by AG Autosports and tuned by Crispeed Tuned. It is making power that will make the majority of guys on this network envious. 698 horsepower to all four wheels: The motor is built of course to handle the 32-38 psi of boost but the mod list is not too crazy: Ashanti's Mitsubishi EVO 9 project producing 698whp/545ftlbs. AG Autosports Spec 2.0 long block. Forced Performance Turbochargers FP Black at 38-32psi. GSC Power-Division Billet S2's. Injector Dynamics ID 2000cc. Walbro Fuel Pumps single 450 Haltech Elite 2k Evo 9 pnp kit with provisions for ethanol content aka flex fuel + oil & fuel pressure sensors for engine protection strategies. Crispeed Tuned The Haltech Elite standalone is key here and Crispeed Tuned obviously is doing very well with the aftermarket engine controller. A very impressive Evo.
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