KTuner Extended Testing And Tune Results

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I wouldn't go full PRL bolt-on tune until you have the full set of modifications.
also will you guys making a 1.1 tune multi-level? Would like to take advantage of that tune if possible.

thanks in advance!



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what is the “full set”? Intake, IC, FP/DP, big turbo kit?
Full set would be HVI Intake, IC, Downpipe, Frontpipe (although this could vary depending on your exhaust application, i.e some come with their own FP) and Titanium Inlet Pipe......
 

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I don't think you need "big turbo" to run the full PRL tune. Mine runs fine with that tune and I do not have a turbo upgrade but have the other bolt ons.
 

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You're caught in the middle of 1.1 and PRL Bolt-ons since you don't have the DP/FP combo.
I have a cold air, front pipe, catless down pipe, wich tune should i take between stage 1 with down pipe or stage 1.1 or prl tune ? Thx
 

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Either will likely run OK, as long as the intake isn't throwing fueling off, but neither will be perfect for your setup. Custom tuning is always an option.
Are you offer costom tune for my setup?
 

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Are you offer costom tune for my setup?
You would need to reach out to a tuner...

I highly recommend Derek Robinson at IMW.
 

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You would need to reach out to a tuner...

I highly recommend Derek Robinson at IMW.

Derf in South Florida is money. He tuned me and I am at 382/384 with a stock exhaust.
 

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nice, but the stage1 doted line isnt the same has the previous one? why

Stage1vsOEM.jpg


stage1 vs prl map
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It looks like the PRL Full Bolt on map is capping out @ approx. 360whp. I see a lot of Drob’s custom tunes with FBO falling between 375-385. Is a full Stage 2 still in the works?
 

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Custom tuning can always produce additional gains.

A stage 2 will be something that comes along with fuel system upgrades.
Makes sense! Thanks
 

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What was the problem last year? You never said...
Oh shoot. I thought I did...maybe I made a separate thread about it? IDK my bad.

Turned out to be a bad coil. Coil #4 got wet down in the spark plug tube and went bad. Warranty replaced.
I feel like I need to check them after I wash the car. I'm not driving every day and the car is definitely not running as smoothly as it could.
 

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^ since your post last year I make a point to run or drive the car long enough to evaporate all the water in the engine compartment after every wash. I typically just run the car and AC while I'm inside cleaning the interior.
 

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Ahh, vented hood problems. Makes sense. Thanks for the update.
 

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