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35 Minutes Ago 10:38 AM
andbudzi
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Originally Posted by docmarc1 View Post
SO BtR IS back to doing tunes...it looks like about 600$ . Is that a fair price?
Is that with using dyno?
If it is custom tune on a dyno, yes its what's you would expect.
Otherwise custom tune cost $500 street tuning and $400 can tune (thru other dealers). Remote kits also available thru mail thru 3point8 performance.

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1 Hour Ago 09:34 AM
docmarc1 SO BtR IS back to doing tunes...it looks like about 600$ . Is that a fair price?
2 Hours Ago 08:41 AM
andbudzi
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Originally Posted by docmarc1 View Post
Thats weird......i tried contacting BtR like a month ago and was told they werent doing DynoTunes.......
BTR became Alphaspeed dealer last week.
If you can't beat them, join them lol.

Originally I was planning to go to 3.7 so I dont ride high rpms on the highway, after watching Daril pull bus lenght on tuned STI, and having no issues walking away from 5.0, I decided to go with 3.9. (Deril does run e85 tune and 7.6k revlimiter in addition to FBO)
I am running sticky 265/35 in the back, plenty of traction for NA, and keeps tire weight down as well as good diameter for shorter gearing.

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2 Hours Ago 08:32 AM
shorttrack
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Originally Posted by andbudzi View Post
I have similar constraints as you do.
Car has been on the Jack stands 2 weeks for oil and trunsmission fluids, as wells as brakes and rotors.

My big plan to swap in sedans IM is a year long project, lol. Have everything need but the time. Also two diffs sitting in the garage. 3.7 and 3.9

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4.18:1 gears and taller 285/35/19 on 10.5x19 rims 22 offset is the ticket .flared rear fender is a must .4th diff mount and you will not look back .Your car will be a beast on the streets and track ,mpg will still be good.
2 Hours Ago 08:25 AM
shorttrack
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Originally Posted by superchode View Post
I hope I'm doing things sorta right lol . But Ive got RPF1s, 80mm maxbore TB, 3.91 rear swap and a few other things.... I have a ton I would like to do and some from ur list ...

But this young man also has 3 boys in their 20s, a 7 yr. Old daughter, a bassett hound and a company to run so time is something I dont have lol.... For me its a real long and drawn out marathon, not a sprint. So maybe after like 10 years I will finish it all up haha.

Always like seeing details on ur setup btw
If you would like ,PM tele # and I will send you picks of my build just as I did for Dustin of 3point8 .I know the feeling .I put 4 thru 4 year major universities at $70,000 plus per child and have 1 more going to LSU to be a lawyer , 3 Pit Bulls dogs,$80,000 worth of tools,a big ass electric eating 3,600 sq ft home ,2 new truck ,etc,etc .I will be putting another few grand into the gen next month then I am done on the Gen For awhile (maybe).It does take time when other important items of life must be handled 1st .Started back on my Hayabusa so I'm shifting money towards it .Money goes everywhere,save a little ,spend a lot .Take care .
3 Hours Ago 07:56 AM
docmarc1 Thats weird......i tried contacting BtR like a month ago and was told they werent doing DynoTunes.......
3 Hours Ago 07:46 AM
superchode
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Originally Posted by andbudzi View Post
I have similar constraints as you do.
Car has been on the Jack stands 2 weeks for oil and trunsmission fluids, as wells as brakes and rotors.

My big plan to swap in sedans IM is a year long project, lol. Have everything need but the time. Also two diffs sitting in the garage. 3.7 and 3.9

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The struggle is real haha

I also have two diffs in my garage btw
3 Hours Ago 07:29 AM
andbudzi
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Originally Posted by superchode View Post
I hope I'm doing things sorta right lol . But Ive got RPF1s, 80mm maxbore TB, 3.91 rear swap and a few other things.... I have a ton I would like to do and some from ur list ...

But this young man also has 3 boys in their 20s, a 7 yr. Old daughter, a bassett hound and a company to run so time is something I dont have lol.... For me its a real long and drawn out marathon, not a sprint. So maybe after like 10 years I will finish it all up haha.

Always like seeing details on ur setup btw
I have similar constraints as you do.
Car has been on the Jack stands 2 weeks for oil and trunsmission fluids, as wells as brakes and rotors.

My big plan to swap in sedans IM is a year long project, lol. Have everything need but the time. Also two diffs sitting in the garage. 3.7 and 3.9

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3 Hours Ago 07:13 AM
superchode
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Originally Posted by shorttrack View Post
Larger MAXBORE throttle body .
That last post was at you btw..... Phone wigged out
4 Hours Ago 07:09 AM
superchode I hope I'm doing things sorta right lol . But Ive got RPF1s, 80mm maxbore TB, 3.91 rear swap and a few other things.... I have a ton I would like to do and some from ur list ...

But this young man also has 3 boys in their 20s, a 7 yr. Old daughter, a bassett hound and a company to run so time is something I dont have lol.... For me its a real long and drawn out marathon, not a sprint. So maybe after like 10 years I will finish it all up haha.

Always like seeing details on ur setup btw
4 Hours Ago 06:59 AM
andbudzi
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Originally Posted by docmarc1 View Post
I opened up the false vent in front and pulled out the oem washer fluid bucket, along with opened hood vents. Lotsa air now. No probs with tune it seems. No one is doing dyno tunes around northern illinois now sadly
BtR is back tuning Genesis thru Alphaspeed, they are near Chicago.
BTR never wrote their own tunes , they went thru a tuner in Korea in the past.

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4 Hours Ago 06:53 AM
shorttrack
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Now all you need is a true 4th mount diff , 4.18:1 gears ,PNP manifold (flowed properly) with a phenolic 1 inch spacer PNP'ed as well ,some 285 /35/19 RE71r tires on lite weight 10.5x19 rims (FENDER FLARING TOOL COST ABOUT $80.OO TO GET THE TIRES TO FIT),functioning hood vents .You would have street killer .All in all ,you are doing an outstanding job young man. AEM water/meth injection kit spraying through a 250 AEM jet distilled water only set on the lowest setting as an option (no re-tune required)Would keep inlet air temps way down.
Larger MAXBORE throttle body .
4 Hours Ago 06:47 AM
shorttrack
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It doesn't see anything to be concerned with.... SoCal and nice roads 😉. I am doing a splash guard between filter and engine bay down in there and likely a pre filter behind the fog just for pc of mind 🙂.
Now all you need is a true 4th mount diff , 4.18:1 gears ,PNP manifold (flowed properly) with a phenolic 1 inch spacer PNP'ed as well ,some 285 /35/19 RE71r tires on lite weight 10.5x19 rims (FENDER FLARING TOOL COST ABOUT $80.OO TO GET THE TIRES TO FIT),functioning hood vents .You would have street killer .All in all ,you are doing an outstanding job young man. AEM water/meth injection kit spraying through a 250 AEM jet distilled water only set on the lowest setting as an option (no re-tune required)Would keep inlet air temps way down.
15 Hours Ago 08:06 PM
docmarc1 I opened up the false vent in front and pulled out the oem washer fluid bucket, along with opened hood vents. Lotsa air now. No probs with tune it seems. No one is doing dyno tunes around northern illinois now sadly
15 Hours Ago 07:16 PM
superchode
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Originally Posted by brucelee View Post
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Originally Posted by superchode View Post
It doesn't see anything to be concerned with.... SoCal and nice roads 😉. I am doing a splash guard between filter and engine bay down in there and likely a pre filter behind the fog just for pc of mind 🙂.
Won't you need to have the computer adjusted to take advantage of the increased air intake so it's all not a waist of effort for the engine? I'm assuming you are or have taken it to a dyno tuner.
I do have a custom dyno tune 😉.....

Also adding one more thing then new dyno tune in about a month.

With this intake its more attacking IATs and better velocity than anything.. I've run both a sealed R2c Sri and the OEM intake on this tune.... This CAI is far better with IATs, really good so far. Will see what it does after the new tune 🙂
16 Hours Ago 07:06 PM
brucelee
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Originally Posted by superchode View Post
It doesn't see anything to be concerned with.... SoCal and nice roads 😉. I am doing a splash guard between filter and engine bay down in there and likely a pre filter behind the fog just for pc of mind 🙂.
Won't you need to have the computer adjusted to take advantage of the increased air intake so it's all not a waist of effort for the engine? I'm assuming you are or have taken it to a dyno tuner.
22 Hours Ago 01:10 PM
docmarc1 Installed Tros Boost 6 Drive. After reading conflicting reviews I decided to just try it and decide for myself. What I have found is that it frees up the Genny from that annoying hesitation that the OEM trans has. Now when you accelerate from a full stop you unleash the beast with no hiccups. More power? No. Faster smoother power..certainly. An easy install. The car is simply more fun to drive now.

I think I am going to install the canament fiberglass front end from gctunercom. Any one here bought this ?
1 Day Ago 06:30 AM
superchode
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Originally Posted by L8Braker View Post
Man I hope that car never sees rain.
It doesn't see anything to be concerned with.... SoCal and nice roads 😉. I am doing a splash guard between filter and engine bay down in there and likely a pre filter behind the fog just for pc of mind 🙂.
1 Day Ago 06:17 AM
L8Braker Man I hope that car never sees rain.
1 Day Ago 05:27 AM
superchode Slapped this on from 3point8Performance ..... Ceramic coated.....IATs and recovery from any soak have been excellent so far. Great kit!. Intake installed pretty straight forward and didn't take very long. (BTW whatever numnut designed the BK2 washer bottle is a clown)......

Opened the pass fog bezel to get a just a bit more air. That took a long time and patience lol........ But happy with the CAI kit that's for sure.






















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