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Old 11-16-2012, 03:39 PM   #51
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I cannot speak for IPF but I can say Vince at Trifecta is wonderful to work with. I have a 2009 Cobalt SS Turbo that I have two different tunes for from Vince. I installed the regular tune for "normal driving" 22psi, 93oct. and one for the drag strip that runs pure Iowa sweet corn. I have had the tunes on my car for 60k with no issues.

I also bought the tactrix cable so I could add or delete the tunes as needed. I also can data log, check and reset codes off of my laptop.
Yeah. I trust Vince too. I like all the break throughs he did with the LSJ, and LNF. is he still in Maryland?
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Old 11-16-2012, 03:42 PM   #52
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I have a feeling this may not be as an accurate comparision as many were hoping for, knowing that this year you have now added the above in bold.

Good luck at ATCO, I know you will run well there. As you usually do.

I will be waiting to hear the results and your final opinion of this new tune.
Oh I agree that's why I listed them but I never had a Trifecta tune so no comparison for me anyway.

It will be interesting to see if ALL my new mods including the IPF tune can get me some better times.

New PB or bust. lol
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Old 11-16-2012, 04:26 PM   #53
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I agree that comparing your times with last years will not be a good measure of the tune since you have other mods. But after you get more drive time in hopefully you will notice the car running even stronger and you can let us know.....pretty please lol.

As far as your 1/4 mile runs, I hope you can erase another few 10ths and get into the low 13s. That would be spectacular considering we haven't seen even the SC'd cars get under a 12.9. (well...there was sycraft and his 12.1 run, but he said the rest of the night he was running 12.9s or so and maybe on that one the system reported the times incorrectly)
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Old 11-16-2012, 04:47 PM   #54
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I agree that comparing your times with last years will not be a good measure of the tune since you have other mods. But after you get more drive time in hopefully you will notice the car running even stronger and you can let us know.....pretty please lol.

As far as your 1/4 mile runs, I hope you can erase another few 10ths and get into the low 13s. That would be spectacular considering we haven't seen even the SC'd cars get under a 12.9. (well...there was sycraft and his 12.1 run, but he said the rest of the night he was running 12.9s or so and maybe on that one the system reported the times incorrectly)
Well if time allows, I could make some runs then take out the IPF tune and run the stock file with the listed new bolt ons. Maybe a better comparison?

Oh wait, I ran with the Hypertech last year and not available now. lol

Way much more than I concern myself with.

Just having fun.
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Old 11-16-2012, 04:54 PM   #55
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Don't go through any more trouble than you want...its not that huge of a deal that we have to make it a pain in the behind for you lol.

Hope to see more of yours and others impressions soon.
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:13 PM   #56
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I agree...........go have fun and enjoy the runs. WE are all still interested in seeing what you can knock out.

I will be at the track on Sunday and am trying some smaller lighter drag radials to see what those will do for me.

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Old 11-17-2012, 04:07 PM   #57
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I too am anxious to hear about GTOs and the OPs success with this tune. I'm particularly interested in GTOs since I too had the Hypertech tune and have basically the same mods except for his newer ones he did and the ported TB.
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Old 11-17-2012, 04:31 PM   #58
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I too am anxious to hear about GTOs and the OPs success with this tune. I'm particularly interested in GTOs since I too had the Hypertech tune and have basically the same mods except for his newer ones he did and the ported TB.
My car got a work out today and all I can is........

LOL! The car feels great but only the track will tell.
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Old 11-17-2012, 09:22 PM   #59
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Interested in this development. My gut tells me the change in tune isn't worth my existing investment in trifecta, but always keeping my options open. Looking forward to results
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:16 AM   #61
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To hell with shopping, lol. Flyer from last year doctored a bit. Waiting for Atco to post a new Flyer for this year. All day & nite event!
So your telling us we could spend 12 hours at Atco Raceway?

I think I'll be in Heaven then! Bob.
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:42 AM   #62
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So your telling us we could spend 12 hours at Atco Raceway?

I think I'll be in Heaven then! Bob.
Yes Bob, all day!! Weather looking good so far, nice and chilly in the morning going up to the mid 50's.

Pricing in this link.

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=261028
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Glad to hear the car is running strong!! Between black friday and the other guy doing the Trifecta/IPF tune comparison around the same time...I can't wait lol.

If you pull out a sub 13.4 with your NA setup I may just have to jump on this tune as well considering we basically have the same mods besides shorty headers....b/c that would mean your car is running crazy strong. V8 what? lol kidding.
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Old 11-19-2012, 10:51 AM   #64
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Old 11-19-2012, 12:09 PM   #65
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Sorry no more mods for me. Im (SEPFZL1)
If I bought a ZL1 I'm sure I'd say the same thing. But then I'd buy "just a cold air intake," and start the whole cycle over again.

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Old 11-22-2012, 12:48 PM   #66
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Anyone able to comment on this?

http://forum.efilive.com/showthread....012-Camaro-LFX

The car has a supercharger kit from a company in germany and is not running right. So some other tuners took a look at the tune.....

"The problem with Sycraft's (V6 Camaro owner) calibration is due to a poor understanding of how to properly calibrate the torque based strategy..ALL of his DTC's are turned off and none of the torque based tables are adjusted.

The issue for "Germany" is that if you lift the throttle at high KPA pressures the AFR goes to 9.0 and chokes the engine."
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This was in the early stages, they have adjusted the torque tables and it is running great, as many can tell you that have ridden in my car.. and they actually contact their customers, unlike some other vendors here....
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Old 11-22-2012, 01:51 PM   #68
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no wait, what your saying is there was R&D done, and it didnt start out perfect, no way LOL never heard of that before.
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I was asking, not accusing anyone of anything.

Keep in mind I don't work for Trifecta. I run my own business selling products and one of those products happens to be a Trifecta tune.
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Perhaps you should branch out and carry the IPF tuning as well.
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Old 11-23-2012, 12:00 AM   #71
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Perhaps you should branch out and carry the IPF tuning as well.
This would be cool! I would buy! But doubt IPF will go for that.
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If I bought a ZL1 I'm sure I'd say the same thing. But then I'd buy "just a cold air intake," and start the whole cycle over again.



And this why Tracy is the man.
Modding a V6 is not fun anymore. The problem is that many mods tend to be a total waste of money. If you count what you have spent to what you have got, you will know the bad influence of drugs .

Who needs to put a CAI on ZL1 anyway ??
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Perhaps you should branch out and carry the IPF tuning as well.
I would probably consider it once we see some results. You're not far from me, I wouldn't mind checking your car out one day. Maybe we can meet up at PBIR and you can run my turbo cobalt Might be fun to get a group of us GM enthusiasts down here to the track one day.
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Old 11-23-2012, 06:55 AM   #74
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Back to the orignal opening title for this thread:

"Difference between Trifecta and IPF"

Cost and HP is what I see, both are great products. Just a matter of how much do you want to spend and get for that cost.

We have all seen the cost for Trifecta can be had for $300. and with that you can get 13 HP which was dynoed and proven. Along with the ghost cam if you choose to do so. Oh and for the automatic you can have some torque management revisions.

For IPF, I have not seen the cost publicly stated (maybe I missed it), I do know the cost as Jessee has sent me that thru a PM. From what I have read you can expect 40 HP. Many of us are waiting to see this on the dyno and track. All coming soon. I have not read anything about the ghost cam or torque management for IPF, all though I am sure both can be achieved, again time will tell.

So for now, ask yourself, what is your budget and end goal? Good Luck everyone.
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The other thread on this confirms he does both. And he had PMd me letting me know that he can make a ghost cam on it no problem.
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