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32psi does seem a bit high............................border line dangerious.

I would think that something is reading wrong or the tune isn't right.

I would be hooking up a known good mechanical guage and going for another drive to see whats wrong (tune or gauge).

This is why a set of known good mechanical gauges are always nice to have, it eliminates headaches and helps in your diagnosis.

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how accurate is the torque app for logging information? When I get back into town i'll reconnect the ODB and log some info, possibly post a video of a couple runs with the torque app display. I'll try and have it posted this week. I feel these numbers to be kind of alarming.


Edit: For the boost adjustment do we use the difference in psi or the psi for my altitude? Example: The psi for my altitude is 14.358736, would I use this number or the difference in psi (14.358736-14.7 = -0.341264)?
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To adjust boost gauge in torque pro, connect the program to the car ecu, turn the key, but don't start the engine, first position I think. Then adjust the boost in the setting menu with different numbers till the gauge reads 0.

Mine is -0.15. Yours will probably be different.
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how much hp could the stock engine hold?
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no one really knows but there are a few 500+ whp 2013 2.0ts out there.. granted they have forged internals but still the same block. I just got back into town, i will be testing to see if my psi has changed at all after re calibrating the settings.

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I sent in my ECU Monday. Still waiting to get it back. Havnt gotten any emails or phone calls from btr. I called them Tuesday to make sure it was received. Hopefully they will send it out today or early tomorrow so I can take the genny to Texas this weekend............ Can't wait to see what it's like tuned.


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i just got a BTR Stage 1 tune and i was wondering if putting a O2 housing( from turboSX) would be a good idea ?
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Should I buy aftermarket gauges before I buy a tune because it seems that everyone has the AFR gauge and boost gauge prior to the tune so do I have to have a AFR gauge if I get a tune
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i just got a BTR Stage 1 tune and i was wondering if putting a O2 housing( from turboSX) would be a good idea ?
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is it safe to put an turbo sx O2 housing on with stage 1?
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Don't want to start a new thread. As a note the radiator fan doesn't run at max all the time. It actually changes with RPM so on cold startup it is very loud as many people noted. Stock tune I was logging up to 19 psi on a fully stock car. With a canned tune it hits 20 to 21. Not much more power but it is smoother down low and up top to make it feel faster. Timing barely changed. (8-10) Although it's possible that's due to intake temps? Mine range from 99 to 140 when the car is warmed up. Is there a way to fix that? It does feel much better when cold but I try not to boost hard until temps are over 150. Gas mileage sucks for now as I log things. It seems that with the 1 step colder spark plugs, they fouled within one day and are pitch black from carbon. 1 week didnt change that. Only cylinder number 4 isnt completely fouled, it seems to be just in the right heat range. The old plugs were the opposite before I changed them. 1 to 3 were perfect heat range, and 4 looked like it was too hot and near detonation. So is it worth changing back to the stock heat range to gain back 5mpg city? Or is it too risky since in the summer cylinder 4 runs super hot and I may get detonation:/

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Upon further testing vs other ecu's it seems my gas mileage is 4 mpg worse on average. Spark plugs 3 and 4 are just in the right heat range, 1 and 2 are fouled but not horribly. I wont change them out in fear of losing the engine, maybe in the winter because idle at low RPM is slightly worse.

Did my first long drive test on a 100 degree day, intake temps were about 115 while moving at 75mph. Rose to 150 while in stop and go traffic. Takes a while to drop back down:/ Oil temps were highest I've seen. Stock gauge showing between 225 and 250 most of the trip with AC on. Once speed dropped below 45 mph the temps dropped back to around 200F within minutes. Oddly enough my radio screen and dash started dimming randomly but I think that's a separate issue. And for summer power, I was at a track and raced my brothers BK1 auto that is tuned. Surprisingly my power wasnt much more than his, maybe 5 or 10whp more. Starting from 0 we were equal through 60. Finally started pulling a few inches ahead between the top of third and going into 4th. My first race with perfect shifts 1-2-3 that equaled the auto made it worth it. I'm just shocked it doesnt make more HP but a turbo back exhaust would change that if it wasn't for emissions reasons. Feels good enough for the streets though so I can't complain much. Also i have to turn my TC off much more frequently due to bumpy roads. More sensitive pedal to throttle response does NOT make things better around corners or on bad roads so be careful. The jerking makes it feel like the car is falling apart it's so horrible :X

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