Last day of the season at the Silver Dollar Raceway this weekend and as I currently run the B&G but also bought the Trinity I was about to ask the very question posed and glad to see some good info on the subject. I think I'll run the B&G till I have support for the longtubes, exhaust, ported throttle body, low temp t-stat, CAI, etc. One question though, does the swapping of the PCM at the track without any miles being put on it for it to adapt put the Trinity tune at a disadvantage in these tests?
I'm pretty sure that the ecu would have to have a decent amount of time to allow the trinity tune to mature
That's a Solid point being that it took a week or so till the b&g was working at its best
2012 392 pitch black silver stripes
Speedlogix catch can
Arrington 85mm throttle body
American racing headers with high flow cats
K&n cold air intake
Zoomers cat back
Jet 180 t stat
B&G 93 octane tune
Lakewood strut tower brace
Trinity sitting in box waiting for custom cmr tune
Lmao just got the headers today I love the sound and performance
I should have a cmr tune within the next few weeks
Hoping too see excellent results !
Funny headers on my car lost horsepower and picked up a small amount of torque.
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