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only reason i ask is because the stock manifolds on these RT's are junk - like seriously junk.

some high-flo cats or some shorties would be nice and make much more power from a CMR than it would with just an intake and some mufflers....
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Well I won't even get into why you should tune your vehicle with a load as opposed to no load. People care more about a higher number on the dyno then they do about a proper tune.
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hey Brian,does your email tune include sending data back and fourth a few times to get it dialed in like others do? will I be able to change other settings afterward,throttle boost,fans,etc. I need to get my wideband in sometime this week and im in...
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hey Brian,does your email tune include sending data back and fourth a few times to get it dialed in like others do? will I be able to change other settings afterward,throttle boost,fans,etc. I need to get my wideband in sometime this week and im in...
Yes. Shouldn't be any back and fourth on stock car. But yes, if it were needed


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First, I would like to congratulate rander on the great gains and thank him for posting the results.

Second, whilst ppl are arguing about dynos, nobody has pointed out the worrying factor on how the canned Diablo tune only managed small mid-range gains and a lose of 6whp in the top end. This means that a CMR custom tune is a MUST on these cars and not everybody has access to a CMR tuner.
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Originally Posted by NomadSRT8 View Post
First, I would like to congratulate rander on the great gains and thank him for posting the results.

Second, whilst ppl are arguing about dynos, nobody has pointed out the worrying factor on how the canned Diablo tune only managed small mid-range gains and a lose of 6whp in the top end. This means that a CMR custom tune is a MUST on these cars and not everybody has access to a CMR tuner.
Cars making less peak power with the canned tunes is nothing new, it was that way for a lot of 6.1 owners, it's just that the considerable reduction or outright removal of troque management makes the cars feel - and perform - faster.
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Well, we'll see how it goes... just bought me the 6.4 Corsa Extreme. Brian is going to get her even more fine tuned.
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Corsa Xtreme's are the best exhausts ever....

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