Changes that RESULT in increased boost are allowed as long as the boost controls are not directly modified. This is why I ended up in DSP class with the Cobb stage 1.
Willing to share that tune?It's currently 4 gallons of E85 to the rest of the tank 91 octane.
You know there are a bunch of us ready to pay for this. you should be compensated for your time and knowledge. Even if you don't want to formalize it, give us a paypal address so we can throw something your way. This is way too much tease, please share it.That is pretty much the same gains as cobbs stage 3! That really does blow my mind what tuning with e blend can do. Any chance you might want to sell your tunes?
I also have ATR and understand that I would be using this at my own risk.I would have to become a Cobb Protuner (again) to sell Cobb maps for profit and I'm not in this to make money.
I will continue to share my findings for sure. I think there isn't an issue with sharing maps either if people are curious to see them. You would need to have Accesstuner Race though.
I have about 70 runs and 30,000 miles on the original pads and still plenty of life in mine too.Yep, after 80+ autocross runs and 11k miles, my oem pads still have plenty of life left.