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Old 05-17-2013, 05:52 PM   #2227
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Trifecta tunes are a box tune. Meaning the hands on isn't there. My custom Fsp tune is right on. Matt can adjust my car to it optimal performance. And I assure you I'm not running under 10 lol. That would be rich. And to be honest like I have talked with others. Unless you leave your mpg for a few 1000 miles you truly won't know what your getting. We all know how those numbers work. So a one tank reading isn't really accurate.
Too bad that isn't possible with our cars. He has a 2011 bud. Trifecta and IPF are the only tuning choices and their both "box" tunes. They can be adjusted with datalogging but no hands on options for the 2010-2011. The best we can do is if you have trifecta try to get an appointment with vince so he can be on while you dyno and he can adjust the tune based on the dyno readings.

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i average about 24 mpg if i drive 80 . hopefully thats good haha
That seems about right. I never do 80 consistently but that sounds perfect if the average is about 26-28mpg at 75 mph.
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Old 05-17-2013, 11:15 PM   #2228
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Cleaned my MAF sensor after taking apart my intake, it looked fine though...

Did some strong pulls and the car seemed to be pulling okay. Hard to tell because of the weird weather this week, one day going to work its 45-50 yet leaving work its 80, so the car feels a lot different.

I really don't think its the MAF or vararam, I've had that intake on ~30,000 miles with no issues.

Its one of the following, ported manifold, spacer, or catch can. I think the misfire was caused either by the catch can or manifold but I have no idea why...
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Old 05-17-2013, 11:22 PM   #2229
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I am getting about 600 km or 372 miles on a tank...

I suck at math but I am pretty sure that is close to 20 miles to the gallon in your term

or 12 liters per 100km

this is all city driving too... so is city driving good at 20 miles to the gallon?
I have CAI intake, long tube headers/hi flow cats, mrt v1 and trifecta tune.
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Old 05-17-2013, 11:39 PM   #2230
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That's not bad, mines a garage queen and it gets around 23.5 and we have the same mods acoustic...normally see 24 but recently I've been gettin on it
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:01 AM   #2231
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How many miles/km do you guys get usually on a tank of gas on the v6???

I am currently running a couple tests and driving it very calmly just to see how much I get too... Curious as you what you guys got
Since I am mostly city driving (my Camaro is a garage queen) I get about 100-110 miles per 1/4 tank so roughly about 400-440 miles per tank. So that would average out to be around 22-24 MPG which is right around what my DIC says. I have only been on the highway once in the camaro and got about 25-26 at 75MPH with the A/C on.
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:09 AM   #2232
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Hmm i must be doing something wrong haha I mostly do city driving and get 18
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:14 AM   #2233
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literally cant take it anymore....wheres the cheapest place I can get the manaflow res. x pipe? lmao too much rasp these days...
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:23 AM   #2234
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Cleaned my MAF sensor after taking apart my intake, it looked fine though...

Did some strong pulls and the car seemed to be pulling okay. Hard to tell because of the weird weather this week, one day going to work its 45-50 yet leaving work its 80, so the car feels a lot different.

I really don't think its the MAF or vararam, I've had that intake on ~30,000 miles with no issues.

Its one of the following, ported manifold, spacer, or catch can. I think the misfire was caused either by the catch can or manifold but I have no idea why...
take some pics and post them here to see if we can see if anything is hooked up wrong or something
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Old 05-18-2013, 08:48 AM   #2235
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take some pics and post them here to see if we can see if anything is hooked up wrong or something
Ight I'll do that, all looks proper.
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:07 AM   #2236
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literally cant take it anymore....wheres the cheapest place I can get the manaflow res. x pipe? lmao too much rasp these days...
I bought one off a member here for $70 when he was selling it. He never used it, either. Maybe you can check out the classifieds. Otherwise it's not that expensive of a part I don't think. Maybe $100 new?
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:58 AM   #2237
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Ight I'll do that, all looks proper.
you never know dude. some people who actually work on cars for their profession install the catch can tubes backwards and stuff haha. Ive seen it happen!

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I bought one off a member here for $70 when he was selling it. He never used it, either. Maybe you can check out the classifieds. Otherwise it's not that expensive of a part I don't think. Maybe $100 new?
Im trying to get mine from MDV6ER. I just offered 80...you got yours for 70? dam thats a good find. Maybe he will love me enough to go down to 70
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:03 PM   #2238
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Its one of the following, ported manifold, spacer, or catch can. I think the misfire was caused either by the catch can or manifold but I have no idea why...
Sometimes I think my car ran stronger before the ported manifold, but of course, I can't say that for sure. You'd think it should add up to more power, and some people say they felt the difference, and I think there is a dyno or two out there showing the gains. But I just never really felt much from it.
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:15 PM   #2239
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Sometimes I think my car ran stronger before the ported manifold, but of course, I can't say that for sure. You'd think it should add up to more power, and some people say they felt the difference, and I think there is a dyno or two out there showing the gains. But I just never really felt much from it.
I got it the day the dyno was posted and I definitely noticed the difference. try disconnecting the battery for 30 mins so that your ecu will re-learn everything
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I got it the day the dyno was posted and I definitely noticed the difference. try disconnecting the battery for 30 mins so that your ecu will re-learn everything
Oh, I've been running it for a good year or longer now, and so over that time I'm sure I've had the battery disconnected for different reasons, and I've had the tune checked and what not. Its painted and polished and looks great so I don't want to take it off lol. Just don't remember it making much of a difference performance wise....who knows. Maybe I've just forgotten.
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