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Installed it this morning, put on about 50 miles so far. I don't think it's done "learning" because OAR hasn't moved at all, ign corrections are +3.95 for cyl 1 and 4.

So far: Feels kinda like "super stock" - doesn't have that artificial fake-fast feel of the stratified tune from the aggressive throttle tuning, and doesn't quite have that beefy mid-high that the Dizzy tune has, its just... stock but more, if that makes sense. I like it as a daily driver tune - I think that if someone had this tune on a FiST and let me drive it, I'd think "this car is pretty fast" instead of "what have they done to this car?".

Currently car is stock intake w/ new filter, stock exhaust, crossover pipe, and whoosh v2 intercooler. Since the car is already super quiet, it really really has that "super stock" feel.
is it still lighting up tires in 1st or 2nd? been running Dizzy for so long ive forgotten how the car feels on other tunes
 


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is it still lighting up tires in 1st or 2nd? been running Dizzy for so long ive forgotten how the car feels on other tunes
No not really, I never had too many issues burning thru tires with my dizzy tune, that was more a stratified thing. The way they ramped up torque was fun, but the car felt overall slower because I spent more time spinning than going. I don't know if the car's still torque-limited in 1 and 2, the documentation didn't say anything about it I believe.
 


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No not really, I never had too many issues burning thru tires with my dizzy tune, that was more a stratified thing. The way they ramped up torque was fun, but the car felt overall slower because I spent more time spinning than going. I don't know if the car's still torque-limited in 1 and 2, the documentation didn't say anything about it I believe.
25% torque allowances over oem in 1st.
no limit in 2nd.

We have another customer lighting up 2nd, but that's at full throttle, not partial throttle. Partial throttle will feel like stock.
 


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Ugh. This is so tempting. I like the torque reduction in 1st, but unlimited in 2nd. Right foot modulation.

@pwnall1337 any Dyno graphs by chance? Just curious about area under curve. #'s don't mean much. Also is redline/fuel cut same as stock?
 


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Ugh. This is so tempting. I like the torque reduction in 1st, but unlimited in 2nd. Right foot modulation.

@pwnall1337 any Dyno graphs by chance? Just curious about area under curve. #'s don't mean much. Also is redline/fuel cut same as stock?
I would love some new dyno graph, there are old ones out there, but not on adapt-x. The only dyno graph on adapt-x is e30 only and justin williams posted the video on one of the facebook groups and it showed 230whp. He was fmic, dp, 2j intake and stock wastegate (adapt-x only works on the factory wastegate).

completely bone stock with factory tune is 172whp (12% loss). Adapt-X 91 fuel OAR learned you can expect 205whp and upwards of 212-215whp on 93 octane if OAR is -1.00 (93 highest fuel quality)
 




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