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wow if he can truely tune a car via email on the stock ECU after serious engine/turbo/fuel mods, he's truely a master.
2015 STi: Still Stock
04 STi, 04 WRX: SOLD
Join Date: Sep 2006
how is it any different from tuning on a dyno? he tweaks the map jave logs it and sends it back. it would take a very long time but still i dont see the difference...
02 rex is gone.
I defected to an evo :)
Evo is gone :(
Now I got nothing.
Join Date: Nov 2006
Interesting approach to tuning.
Latest: Meth Injection, Open Source
Join Date: Jul 2006
I tune that way with an opensource tuner in houston, it took about a week to tweak the maps, but since then, wow, i love my little rocket.
Wow, it can turn well too?
Join Date: Apr 2005
Next on the list will be PPG's
2004 Wrb "BUGEYE"
Join Date: Dec 2003
Damn dude! nice setup
My turbo's fixed and a lot better =)
Join Date: Jun 2005
Join Date: May 2007
Cant wait to hear your numbers after the tune. Looks awesome!
I went to install the cams last weekend and discovered I have a crack left intake cam. So I ordered a new one that was supposed to be in today, but never showed. So much for being done this weekend.
Join Date: Apr 2007
bump...how's it goin'?
Join Date: Mar 2007
I officially hate you..... lol J/K
07 WRX TR
no. Long story on the cam. First the machine shop that did my heads thought that they were hydraulic so I had to take them back to get the valves ground properly so I could get valve lash within tolerance. I have fought the dealership on getting the correct cam since they swear up and down that the STi cam they sent me is correct when it looks nothing like the one I have. WE finally discovered that my car(which I bought in Oct 2004 with only 8 miles on it) was actually built in march of 03 so I have 03 cams in m 04 heads(buckets instead of shims). SO this weekend I will hoefully be getting everything installed.
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