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Old 01-24-2013, 12:10 PM   #76
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I'm not sure who's you are asking for.

My dyno was with bolt ons and no tune. Sycraft's was stock on 93 octane.
Did you ever get a baseline dyno before you modded your car? Also, if you were to get a good tune, who would you recommend?
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I never did a base line. Currently I'm looking more into superchargers. But I've said before, Everybody likes their trifecta tunes. IPF has what looks to be a great tune for their superchargers.
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Finally got the dyno graphs for 101 Octane.

516.2 HP/446.2 TQ (SAE)
546.0 HP/469.7 TQ (STD)

Land and Sea Dynomite
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No problem, as we both are in the same boat as well as horsepower is concerned, as I have basically the same mods as you do, as to why I asked if you did a baseline dyno , before adding the exhaust, tb, cold air kit. As for the IPF tunes, I was a little bit disappointed, as I tried one long enough to go to the Dyno and it only did 265 rwhp and 241 ft. lb torque a week ago. Since then, I had the tune removed and the car now runs like a bear! The car has a noticeable difference in the stock tune, verses the IPF tune and in addition to that, my car lost 5 mpg on the highway and 3 mpg intown driving with the IPF tune for my 2012 Camaro RS with the LFX Engine. Best part is with my stock tune, the mileage is back with my running 87 octane , verses the 93 octane is was running in the car for well over a week before and after the dyno session.

People need to understand that by installing a Off the Shelf Tune and sold to every car enthusiast in the country does not work as good as it would in the area the Altitude - Ambient Temperatures were at that time the tune was written and installed into their test vehicle. Major differences in Altitude and Ambient Temperatures come into play when you write a tune at say 5000 ft above sea level and then someone buys and install that tune at an "0" ft above sea level area.

Regardless, there is nothing better than a Live Dyno Tune Session where you live, or at least, buy a Handheld Tuner from an aftermarket Tuning company that has files from people in your area to download into that Handheld Programable Tuner before you buy it!

Not to many people know of this process which is available, as I have been into this area for over the past 15 years and believe me it works! FWIW, if the IPF Tune was written especially for my car, it would have easily made a minimum of 15 to 20 more horsepower on the Dyno for it being a Stock LFX V6 with just an Axleback Exhaust and a K&N Typhoon Intake System!

My car alone should easily make 280 rwhp on the dyno and with a tune, it should no doubt be very close to 300 rwhp! Here in the very near future I am going to get a Live Dyno Tune with either EFI Live, or HP Tuners by an experienced Tuner to achieve the results I will be satisfied with, without installing a Turbo or Supercharger kit on my car.
I agree that a dyno tune is the best way to go, but dang sounds like your experience with the IPF tune was horrible.

You lost power and significant MPGs?? Just curious, but did you even work with them to correct it? Also you said a tune written for a test car at a certain altitude and temp may not work for another car at a different location...which is correct, but I was told by IPF and an IPF dealer that they ask for your location and altitude before writing the tune for you....so that makes no sense.

Not arguing with you, but it seems like something just wasn't right in this case.
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I agree that a dyno tune is the best way to go, but dang sounds like your experience with the IPF tune was horrible.

You lost power and significant MPGs?? Just curious, but did you even work with them to correct it? Also you said a tune written for a test car at a certain altitude and temp may not work for another car at a different location...which is correct, but I was told by IPF and an IPF dealer that they ask for your location and altitude before writing the tune for you....so that makes no sense.

Not arguing with you, but it seems like something just wasn't right in this case.
KMPrenger, it is relatively simple here on what happened to me and I am not a very Happy Camper with IPF, as I talked with them on my getting this tune, which at the time was supposedey for my car specific to my car and location, as well as the modifications I have made to it, as I thought, WRONG! I took my car to the Dyno and was not happy with the results, as the car makes more power stock , verses what the IPF tune was supposed to give me, but it was in reverse, meaning the car literally fell on its face with less horsepower, than what it would normally make with the stock tune, which we could not Dyno, because I did not have it at that time to reinstall. After I got out of the Dyno and heading back home, after literally throwing away $100 on gas and 3 pulls on the Dyno, I went back to the guy that installed the Tune in to my car and asked him to please remove it and reinstall my factory tune, in which he did! The car immediately ran 100 % better right away by just going back to the Factory Tune!

Further, I immediately called IPF the very next day to talk to Jesse the Sales Manager representing IPF and all I got out of 4 different telephone calls to them that day was an Answering Machine. I left the messages and have not recieved a call back since then! It has been a week and a half and still no return phone call back to me! Sadly to say, I have no idea what is going on at IPF, as I was told that they would be closed down for Snowmobile Season and I guess that is more important, verses taking care of perspective Customers!

As for myself, I do not do business that way, as I run an Online Business myself and I am available 24-7 and I Never Miss any calls from my customers! So go figure! My previous post explaining about these So-called Off The Shelf Tunes are exactly what they are and they Will Not work in our cars in South Florida, or any where else in the continental US, unless the tunes are Explicitly Written for the Altitude and Ambient Temperature, Octane Available either 91 or 93 octane, plus including any modifications performed on the car at the time of the tune! You Do Not install a Tune somene has written for vehicle in Arizona and install it into your car in Florida, as it will not perform, unless it is specific to your vehicle and the other Perils previously mentioned! NO Exceptions!

I have been doing this myself professionally for the past 15 years and My Tuner works with me on the examples I have just posted, before the tune or Handheld Tuner Programmer is used to Upload the Correct Tune into the customers car! No, I do not have any tunes for our LLT or LFX Engines at this time, but I am working with 2 well known companies to come up with these tunes, readily available for whomever wants them and previously programmed for the Climate in which you live, plus the Octane available in your area and the Modifications performed on your vehicle.

There are other Professional Tuners in here that use other Tuning Devices that do work on our cars, regardless as to the LLT or LFX Engine designation, but I am sure they will make themselves present if they want to further increase their Tuning Customer Base! Until then, it is a catch twenty two type situation! I have been seeking a Professional Tuner and he is coming to Florida in March and am going to get a Dyno Tune for my 2012 Camaro RS LFX Engine equipped and I will be set, as I do not contemplate modifying it anymore than it is already!

Hope this clears up whatever doubts you may have about any tuning available for your vehicle, as NOTHING is better than a Full Dyno Tune, as living in Florida or any place else, you need to have it tuned to your Climate and Engine Modifications, period!
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Gretchen, those are MONSTER numbers. Thanks for making this happen.

wyd_T, I am nothing short of amazed with my IPF tune. I was asked what mods my car had before the tune was loaded (by Jesse). We can only get 91 octane here in Phoenix. We are also at less than 1000' elevation. What do you suppose is the difference between Florida and Arizona that would make the difference between the two? Humidity? It also ranges wildly here. I've also driven my car to over 7000' elevation for work several times, driven in snow as well as driven in well over 100 degree heat. The car runs great. Sorry for your experience. I sent you a PM. Can you try again with IPF? I know he wants to make this right.

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Finally got the dyno graphs for 101 Octane.

516.2 HP/446.2 TQ (SAE)
546.0 HP/469.7 TQ (STD)

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THose are excellent Dyno Numbers on you car! Good luck with it!
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Thanks all. Track rental got postponed until Thrusday because of weather forecast.
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:55 PM   #85
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Great dyno, hopefully I can get to your level.
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:18 PM   #86
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Great dyno, hopefully I can get to your level.
Hopefully when we have it all dialed in, anyone will be able to do it.
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Here are my new dyno numbers.
Dyno: Land and Sea Dynomite
Temp: ~70*
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Mods: EFR Twin Turbos, GPI Fuel Enrichment System, 3200 Torque Converter (unlocked), GPI 93 Octane tune, Meth Injection, 10:1 CR Forged Pistons
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Awesome job! For some reason I didn't get an e-mail from the site when you updated the thread. Should be able to update the Dyno Sticky shortly.

Edit: Updated the first post!
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Meissen, looks like my numbers were never updated to the list in post#1, my info is in post #27.

Will redyno now that i did the Solo HFC, Magnaflow TruX, and just ordered a Trifecta Tune. However, will probably wait til the fall now that we are entering the high humidty season.
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Sorry - looks like I skipped yours because there was no dyno graph posted with your numbers. Please add the dyno graph and I'll add your numbers to the chart.
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i will see if i still have it and post it.
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Meissen, looks like my numbers were never updated to the list in post#1, my info is in post #27.

Will redyno now that i did the Solo HFC, Magnaflow TruX, and just ordered a Trifecta Tune. However, will probably wait til the fall now that we are entering the high humidty season.

You need to find a cold day to re dyno this thing. I like just about everyone of your mods. Great set up. have you done any 1/4 mile runs?
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You need to find a cold day to re dyno this thing. I like just about everyone of your mods. Great set up. have you done any 1/4 mile runs?
Hope to hit the track soon. Just bought new Vredestein tires, so before i mount them i want to hit the track with the Pirelli tires to finish them off. Of course its hot and humid this time of the year here which wont help the numbers.
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Well I participated in the 3rd annual Camaros for Heros event in Fayetteville NC. They had a mobile dyno so I strapped down to the rollers and heres the results. BTW the temp was 96 degrees. Sorry I don't have a scanner so I just took pics.

Type and make of dyno: DynoJet IDK the model
ODO at the time of the dyno: 11250 ish
Temperature: 96.33 F, 29.73 in-HG, Humidity 20%
Manual/auto: Manual
Gear used(3rd or 4th): 3rd (LS so in 4th I hit the speed limiter)
Modification: C.A.I. w/scoop, VMAX PTB, NO tune
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Well I participated in the 3rd annual Camaros for Heros event in Fayetteville NC. They had a mobile dyno so I strapped down to the rollers and heres the results. BTW the temp was 96 degrees. Sorry I don't have a scanner so I just took pics.

Type and make of dyno: DynoJet IDK the model
ODO at the time of the dyno: 11250 ish
Temperature: 96.33 F, 29.73 in-HG, Humidity 20%
Manual/auto: Manual
Gear used(3rd or 4th): 3rd (LS so in 4th I hit the speed limiter)
Modification: C.A.I. w/scoop, VMAX PTB, NO tune
Correction used(STD or SAE): SAE I think
Result: 268 HP/ 232 TQ
Almost identical to mine with same mods at that point...Now u need to go in on the Nitrous group buy! A 75 shot will boost your torque closer to 340.
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Also posting my new results after Saturday. Only change was a VMAX ported throttle body. Didn't see any improvement at all on the dyno aside from 3rwhp/2rwtq.

Type and make of dyno: DynoJet
ODO at the time of the dyno: 25000
Temperature: 80
Manual/auto: Manual
Gear used(3rd or 4th): 3rd
Modification: C.A.I. cold air intake, RX catch can, VMAX ported throttle body
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Result: 273 HP/ 234 TQ

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Yea im thinkin if it wasn't 95 outside it would have hit the low 270's hp. and I have considered putin on the bottle but it being a DD I don't want to damage the motor.... but 340 tq does sound nice.
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Here's my dyno sheet with the new RX Roots system.

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Old 06-25-2013, 10:56 AM   #100
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Here's my dyno sheet with the new RX Roots system.

Your torque curve looks real nice. I think you would have peak HP greater than 400 if they had pulled it al the way out to 7000 RPM. Did they explain why the terminated the pull early? Was that power drop off starting before they let off the throttle or just a result of them ending the run?
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