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Discussion in 'Engine / Exhaust / Transmission / Tuning' started by dc2turbo, Dec 16, 2016.



  1. dallasjhawk

    dallasjhawk Senior Member

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    Quick question, yes Im being lazy, where is the ODB II port on our 16s?
     
  2. dc2turbo Senior Member

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    by your left knee, its super hard to miss
     
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    Thanks for the quick replies. Helpful information while I try to decide if I want to get tuned or not.
     
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    Am I the only one secretly wishing that the warranty would hurry up and expire?! Would make it easier to justify the FlashPro and other upcoming modifications to my wife haha.

    On topic, these results are incredible and I thank you for taking the time to share the with the community.
     
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    Pretty sure your warranty should still be in-effect unless the tune specifically messed up something in the vehicle.
     
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    Sorry if I sound stupid but what does the warranty has to do with the tune? Thanks.
     
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    What has to do with the tune OR any modifications to the car?
     
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    I just pulled the trigger on the FlashPro!!!! Can't wait till it gets here!!! I will post some data when installed....
     
  9. dallasjhawk

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    after waiting impatiently all day, I get a delivery notification from USPS that my package has been delayed until tomorrow. Talk about major blue balls disappointment.
     
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    Have you tried some runs in L? @dc2turbo
    That's my preferred way to accelerate, get rid of the fake shifts that feels like it slows you down.
     
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    I havn't tried it yet but i feel like that would be slower since the tq drops off at the top.
    i will give it a shot next time im out on the road
     
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    I'm interested to see! I love ripping in L, she just keeps pulling and pulling, no shift lag.
     
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    No L here just S and S manual with paddles
     
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    A flash pro tune will not affect your warranty. Or inspection. Flash pro is needed if you are going to add performance parts to your car. You NEED to have it. And best bang for the buck for power.
     
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    What kind of modifications to your wife are we talking about here? Before/after pics would be greatly appreciated :)
     
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