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Old 11-09-2012, 03:44 PM   #26
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LOL! All I know is the guy has a white 2012 LFX A6 w/IPF kit and he put the smallest pulley on he could and is making 12# .....have no other info than that. Car runs strong and he is happy....kicking V8 butt all over. Wasnt about to call him a lier, its his car and he is a super nice guy. He is at the track here most every T&T.

And the RX kits standard pulley is only 6#...we include digital boost guage and wideband with every system so the customers know what boost they are making. With the LFX Matt just finished tuning he said plenty of fuel available to go 8-9# so were going to pulley it for more boost.


What is his MPH in the 1/4 mile at 12 PSI?
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Old 11-09-2012, 03:46 PM   #27
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Hi everybody !

Wrong treat here to discuss about sycrafts LFX .. but here is the reality :

please Check out Sycrafts Dyno graph on the other treat :

They stopped the run at 6800RPM and at that engine speed you get only 7PSI !

Now extrapolate the boost curve to 7250RPM .. then you will see also 9PSI !!

And .. more power i guess with 93Oct !! LFX has max power at rev limit !!

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Old 11-09-2012, 04:00 PM   #28
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Hi everybody !

Wrong treat here to discuss about sycrafts LFX .. but here is the reality :

please Check out Sycrafts Dyno graph on the other treat :

They stopped the run at 6800RPM and at that engine speed you get only 7PSI !

Now extrapolate the boost curve to 7250RPM .. then you will see also 9PSI !!

And .. more power i guess with 93Oct !! LFX has max power at rev limit !!

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Hi ASH,

I see what you are saying. More RPM = more boost, but the stock car doesn't go up to 7250 rpm. Does the IPF tune allow the car to rev this high?

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Old 11-09-2012, 04:11 PM   #29
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Hi !

Bone stock LFX REV limit 7150RPM ... IPF SC Kit 7250RPM !

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Old 11-09-2012, 05:22 PM   #30
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He is running 107-109 MPH with not as good of 60'. Not Sycrafts car....not sure who did his install, but he is very happy.

Now, as I NEVER go into your threads on this forum, please respect the rules and dont wreck this thread with this....as you can see, I have said nothing but good about this guys car. And ASH, you have to follow forum rules and if your promoting business you must be a paying supporting vendor....your avatar indicates you are not. We follow the rules, please do the same.

You clam a drag win over the RX car that the MAF failed on mid track in your threads....you know that is hardley a comparison. We show 1/4 mile times of the LLT and the invitation is always open to have a fair drag race any time (no one showed at the Camaro Nationals when invited....) LLT against LLT....LFX against LFX.

The more options for power the memembrs have for their V6 the better, competition is good. We would NEVER contact your suppliers and tell them not to sell you superchargers.....why is that helpfull to any of the V6 owners? You have a good system, happy customers that we dont interfere with. The market is big enough for both of us and more, thats why I help RDP, HPS, and any others developing systems.....the more options owners have to choose from, the better.

So please, show a bit of respect and stay out of our vendor threads as we do for you.

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Old 11-09-2012, 05:32 PM   #31
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Tracy ... i 100% repect the Forum Rules !

Tracy ... I did not tell anything BAD about you ... your company ... your products !

Tracy ... i only corrected wrong statements from forum members about the IPF-LFX-SC-KIT nothing MORE !

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Old 11-09-2012, 05:35 PM   #32
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They stopped the run at 6800RPM and at that engine speed you get only 7PSI !

Now extrapolate the boost curve to 7250RPM .. then you will see also 9PSI !!
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Hi ASH,

I see what you are saying. More RPM = more boost, but the stock car doesn't go up to 7250 rpm. Does the IPF tune allow the car to rev this high?

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Bone stock LFX REV limit 7150RPM ... IPF SC Kit 7250RPM !
Yeah I'm a little confused, I was always thought the LFX redlined was right around 6,800. According to this it IS 6,800 redline

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_High_Feature_engine

Which would make sense as to why the dyno pull was "stopped" at 6,800.

Guess I'm just a little confused as there is contradictory numbers floating around..

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Old 11-10-2012, 08:42 AM   #33
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Yeah I'm a little confused, I was always thought the LFX redlined was right around 6,800. According to this it IS 6,800 redline

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_High_Feature_engine

Which would make sense as to why the dyno pull was "stopped" at 6,800.

Guess I'm just a little confused as there is contradictory numbers floating around..


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Hi everybody !

Just checked twice in the stock software to clear any technical confusion :

REV limiter LLT = 7000 RPM
REV limiter LFX = 7150 RPM

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Old 11-10-2012, 12:39 PM   #34
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Hi everybody !

Just checked twice in the stock software to clear any technical confusion :

REV limiter LLT = 7000 RPM
REV limiter LFX = 7150 RPM

greets ASH@IPF-TUNING

Just a thought here but maybe the LLT and LFX engines that are used in Europe have a higher rev limit set in their ECU's. Could be USA has them set lower to comply with our very stringent emissions requirements.
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Old 11-10-2012, 12:48 PM   #35
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Just a thought here but maybe the LLT and LFX engines that are used in Europe have a higher rev limit set in their ECU's. Could be USA has them set lower to comply with our very stringent emissions requirements.
Must be, because everything I've read here says otherwise.
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Old 11-10-2012, 01:17 PM   #36
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I'm almost positive the LLT will rev to 7,000.

EDIT....OK not sure anymore. Went back to look at some of my Torque videos which records RPMs, and it doesn't appear to quite get to 7,000...but gets very close. Maybe the trans shifts in the auto before gas cuts off at 7,000 rpm. Thats my guess.

Don't have a vid of me leaving it in manual mod and slammin the gas.
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:26 PM   #37
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Tracy ... i 100% repect the Forum Rules !

Tracy ... I did not tell anything BAD about you ... your company ... your products !

Tracy ... i only corrected wrong statements from forum members about the IPF-LFX-SC-KIT nothing MORE !

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Sorry Ash, you do not and are not....you are never allowed to come into another vendors threads (or we would come into yours and correct the inaccurate statements you guys or others make, we stay out of your threads) unless that vedor allows it. If I went into your threads I would be banned.

You do not have the forum vendor designation so you are not allowed to promote or advertise. We as gold level are only allowed 2 reps per vendor aggreement. You can check to verify.

What I want to see is just each promote their proven systems and not interfere (as you see we stay 100% out of your threads no matter how wrong or absolute untruth may be posted, thats the forum rules). Just promote your products and services (after you pay for the vendor status.....you cant w/out it in your avatar indicating you are. Look at Jesse's...he has it correct, or we would have all are staff and management on here as well. Rules are rules).

But we still are always open to 1/4 mile runs between both companies systems as long as it is LLT against LLT & LFX against LFX and claiming a "win" in all your threads against the RX car at C5fest that maf failed 1/2 track is pretty un proffesional and thats no way to build credability.

This should all be for the benefit of the members to learn more and have more choices and new products in the works for them, not the nasty battle waged behind the scenes and not so behind the scenes.

I'm reaching out before reporting the violations here in hopes this can stop as it helps no one. Do your thing and we do ours and have some friendly competition along the way. This should be pleasant for the members, not always a battle.

And this very happy customer of yours seems to contradict all you were correcting in this thread....and we all know dynoing these 3.6 motors is never the same between dynos as we see from 305 to over 400 at 6#'s....all the dynos since we can put them on the drag strip and have times very consistant.

"I Love my IPF Supercharger 10 psi @ 6300 rpm, 380 RWHP B 4 BBK's and Cats. 413 now. Had it Put on Livernois Motorsports Dyno to get the numbers.Without traction control on I left 100 feet of Pirelli's and smoke so thick it made a whole block dissapear, lol. Getting ready to go to Milan Dragway at 11AM today. Will post times when I get back. BTW Jesse is great to work with."

Anxious to see this guys 1/4 mile times after he makes the runs today, that is the true result....not the dyno.

So, please refrain from entering our threads unless it is to make a positive comment about us.

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Yeah I'm a little confused, I was always thought the LFX redlined was right around 6,800. According to this it IS 6,800 redline

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_High_Feature_engine

Which would make sense as to why the dyno pull was "stopped" at 6,800.

Guess I'm just a little confused as there is contradictory numbers floating around..



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Nope.. 7150RPM. 6950 is the shift point in 1-2 factory ... Just for a FYI
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:42 PM   #39
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With the LFX Matt just finished tuning he said plenty of fuel available to go 8-9# so were going to pulley it for more boost.

Have not tested the limits of the fuel system yet, maybe Ash @ IPF has some input on this because he has completed more tunes than I definitely have on the LFX's.

I can say the IDC was mid 30's at best, got to love 108 lb/hr injectors.
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Matt, should have stopped by in Lafayette man!
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:11 PM   #41
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Well Matt did get to tune mine and holy hell does it run good now! It's never ran better! He got rid of all the hesitations and backfires I had before and now with the new cam the car wouldnt even idle on decel It stalled every time I let off the gas and put it in neutral.

It made 491/444 N/A and on the dope it made a healthy 642/677

NightFury cam correct? guessing its a 150 shot?

awesome #'s.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:36 AM   #42
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NightFury cam correct? guessing its a 150 shot?

awesome #'s.
That is correct! Night fury cam and I sent my heads to TSP for the cnc porting and valve job. I'm very happy with it and it has a whole lot more power down low than before! I gained 33hp na and 47hp on the dope same size 150 shot as before!

Night fury cam is awesome!
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Matt, should have stopped by in Lafayette man!

Maybe next time bud... I'll be back out in 2-3 months.
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That is correct! Night fury cam and I sent my heads to TSP for the cnc porting and valve job. I'm very happy with it and it has a whole lot more power down low than before! I gained 33hp na and 47hp on the dope same size 150 shot as before!

Night fury cam is awesome!
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