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    Results from Atco Last night!!! 4/21/2011

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Exeenom Click here to enlarge
    Petro, your car looks awesome with the carbon fiber hood Click here to enlarge

    Any chance you can dyno the car right before and right after the pulley install. I'm very interested in this mod and would like your feedback on how easy (or hard) is it to install. You documented the RENNtech air box for us, so might as well help us out with the pulley Click here to enlarge I know there is another thread with dynos regarding the power for the pulley but it'd be nice to see it on another car.
    The best thing I can do is track data. I'm going to Atco tonight for test & tune and again next week
    after the pulley and trunk are installed. I know it's not the best way to ducument gains but it's the best
    I can offer.

    Mike
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    The best thing I can do is track data. I'm going to Atco tonight for test & tune and again next week
    after the pulley and trunk are installed. I know it's not the best way to ducument gains but it's the best
    I can offer.
    That is much better than nothing and a lot of people prefer track data.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    The best thing I can do is track data. I'm going to Atco tonight for test & tune and again next week
    after the pulley and trunk are installed. I know it's not the best way to ducument gains but it's the best
    I can offer.

    Mike
    That would be great.... Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    The best thing I can do is track data. I'm going to Atco tonight for test & tune and again next week
    after the pulley and trunk are installed. I know it's not the best way to ducument gains but it's the best
    I can offer.

    Mike
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    That is much better than nothing and a lot of people prefer track data.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Exeenom Click here to enlarge
    That would be great.... Click here to enlarge
    Track results from Atco last night. Only made 4 runs.

    DA varied from -200 to -1100 by the end of the night.

    1st run: 11.583 @ 122 - 1.839 60'
    2nd run: 11.509 @ 122 - 1.770 60'
    3rd run: 11.539 @ 122 - 1.809 60'
    4th run: 11.525 @ 121 - 1.763 60'

    Was hoping for an 11.4 but that ET has eluded me since late last year. Eventually, I'll get there.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    excellent times,congrats!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oldgixxer Click here to enlarge
    excellent times,congrats!
    Thank you.

    Actually, I was hoping to go a little faster considering my mods and especially in that DA.

    I may try a new tune.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    Track results from Atco last night. Only made 4 runs.

    DA varied from -200 to -1100 by the end of the night.

    1st run: 11.583 @ 122 - 1.839 60'
    2nd run: 11.509 @ 122 - 1.770 60'
    3rd run: 11.539 @ 122 - 1.809 60'
    4th run: 11.525 @ 121 - 1.763 60'

    Was hoping for an 11.4 but that ET has eluded me since late last year. Eventually, I'll get there.
    1. your car is purely gorgeous
    2. your car was rippin down there
    3. good to meet you, loooking forward to the 12th

    you gotta do that thing we talked about Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    1. your car is purely gorgeous
    2. your car was rippin down there
    3. good to meet you, loooking forward to the 12th

    you gotta do that thing we talked about Click here to enlarge
    I appreciate the kind words.Click here to enlarge

    Good meeting you too. The 12th should be much better than last night, 15 to 20 runs
    hopefully.


    I'm doing something, trying to decide which one.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    Thank you.

    Actually, I was hoping to go a little faster considering my mods and especially in that DA.

    I may try a new tune.
    What octane are you running?

    The reason I ask -- and I acknowledge that you have solid track experience and I don't -- is because I am noticing that the range of adaptation in the C63 is large. And especially so when you raise the octane.

    When you run at the track do you try to run the highest octane that you can (without raising it too much so that it will just waste some fuel)?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sonny Click here to enlarge
    What octane are you running?

    The reason I ask -- and I acknowledge that you have solid track experience and I don't -- is because I am noticing that the range of adaptation in the C63 is large. And especially so when you raise the octane.

    When you run at the track do you try to run the highest octane that you can (without raising it too much so that it will just waste some fuel)?
    93 octane.

    I tried 100 octane back in December @ Atco with absolutely no gains.

    Right now I'm down to 2 posiibilities; (1) the headers(2" primaries may be overkill) are hampering my
    low end torque and (2) the tune.

    I'm leaning towards a different tune because it is much easier to send out the ECU than removing
    and installing new headers.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    I appreciate the kind words.Click here to enlarge

    The 12th should be much better than last night, 15 to 20 runs
    hopefully.
    That should be the number before lunchtime lol,last rental I think I made 50+ passes
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    93 octane.

    I tried 100 octane back in December @ Atco with absolutely no gains.

    Right now I'm down to 2 posiibilities; (1) the headers(2" primaries may be overkill) are hampering my
    low end torque and (2) the tune.

    I'm leaning towards a different tune because it is much easier to send out the ECU than removing
    and installing new headers.
    That's interesting about not seeing gains with higher octane. This car's adaptation seems substantial. But, I don't have track data to support this. Did you give the car sufficient time to adapt to the higher octane?

    2" primaries is on the large size for this power level, but it's not too far off target. I would think 1 7/8" would be better at this power level. But, it's expensive to change headers like that. Also, 2" primaries will likely give you a few extra ponies on the top end compared to a smaller diameter.

    The benefit of changing tunes in your case -- this is just my opinion -- would really only be seen if you were getting a tune that was mapped specifically for a higher octane. I don't know if the EC tune keeps the range of available adaptation values that other tuning companies do, but I would imagine they are all pretty similar.

    Couldn't EC provide you with a race tune for 96-100 octane?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sonny Click here to enlarge
    That's interesting about not seeing gains with higher octane. This car's adaptation seems substantial. But, I don't have track data to support this. Did you give the car sufficient time to adapt to the higher octane?

    2" primaries is on the large size for this power level, but it's not too far off target. I would think 1 7/8" would be better at this power level. But, it's expensive to change headers like that. Also, 2" primaries will likely give you a few extra ponies on the top end compared to a smaller diameter.

    The benefit of changing tunes in your case -- this is just my opinion -- would really only be seen if you were getting a tune that was mapped specifically for a higher octane. I don't know if the EC tune keeps the range of available adaptation values that other tuning companies do, but I would imagine they are all pretty similar.

    Couldn't EC provide you with a race tune for 96-100 octane?
    Back in December, I made 4 or 5 runs with 93 octane. I added a 2 or 3 gallons of 100 octane and made about
    10 more runs. I did run my personal best with the 100 octane(11.504) but I also ran an 11.508 on 93 octane
    earlier in the day.

    I've been pushing for a custom tune since December and waiting for a dyno day to come to my area has become
    tiresome.

    I'm not knocking anyone, just trying to optimize my set-up.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Very interesting about your experiences with the octane. I wonder if the DA had any affect on that outcome. Who knows really?

    I didn't take your post as you knocking anyone. With these cars, because tuning companies and tuning shops are not as common as in the domestic market, it's not so easy to get on the dyno whenever you have time to get the maps dialed in. So, in that respect, I know where you're coming from.

    I don't want to jinx you but I'm fairly confident that you will hit 11.4's with your current setup.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sonny Click here to enlarge
    Very interesting about your experiences with the octane. I wonder if the DA had any affect on that outcome. Who knows really?

    I didn't take your post as you knocking anyone. With these cars, because tuning companies and tuning shops are not as common as in the domestic market, it's not so easy to get on the dyno whenever you have time to get the maps dialed in. So, in that respect, I know where you're coming from.

    I don't want to jinx you but I'm fairly confident that you will hit 11.4's with your current setup.
    The DA was a little better on Dec. 4th. It was consistently between -1200 and -1300 and last night it varied from
    -200 to -1100.

    I would love to see an 11.4. I'm adding the pulley and the CF trunk this coming Tuesday and should be back at Atco
    next weekend for some track time and data.

    Edit: I apologize to everyone for steering this thread off course. Jacob, maybe we should take this to PM's.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Results from Atco Last night!!! 4/21/2011

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    The best thing I can do is track data. I'm going to Atco tonight for test & tune and again next week
    after the pulley and trunk are installed. I know it's not the best way to ducument gains but it's the best
    I can offer.

    Mike


    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    That is much better than nothing and a lot of people prefer track data.




    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Exeenom Click here to enlarge
    That would be great.... Click here to enlarge


    Track results from Atco last night. Only made 4 runs.

    DA varied from -200 to -1100 by the end of the night.

    1st run: 11.583 @ 122 - 1.839 60'
    2nd run: 11.509 @ 122 - 1.770 60'
    3rd run: 11.539 @ 122 - 1.809 60'
    4th run: 11.525 @ 121 - 1.763 60'

    Was hoping for an 11.4 but that ET has eluded me since late last year. Eventually, I'll get there.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Sorry, Mike, Sticky for pushing it off topic.

    I'm always very interested in your runs because your car is really consistent and seems to run very strong.

    I don't think the trunk will help by itself but obviously, as part of an overall diet, it will. It shaves like 15 lbs, right? It sure looks awesome, that's for sure.

    I was curious about your impressions with the hood. Did you notice any difference in your coolant/oil temps from your previous track experiences?

    Also, do you know if the hood comes with little screens over the vents, or is that something you can have Keith's paint and body guy install?

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    next time out i see an easy 11.3@ 124 in your future Click here to enlarge

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    Man I can't believe how fast these C63's are w LT's&a damn tune!
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    perto, let me know when you go for TestN Tune again, ill tape it from outside and you can use the gopro for inside, and if i remember the powercord for my vbox, we can see how accurate each one is.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sonny Click here to enlarge
    Sorry, Mike, Sticky for pushing it off topic.

    I'm always very interested in your runs because your car is really consistent and seems to run very strong.

    I don't think the trunk will help by itself but obviously, as part of an overall diet, it will. It shaves like 15 lbs, right? It sure looks awesome, that's for sure.

    I was curious about your impressions with the hood. Did you notice any difference in your coolant/oil temps from your previous track experiences?

    Also, do you know if the hood comes with little screens over the vents, or is that something you can have Keith's paint and body guy install?
    The trunk is 14lbs lighter than stock.

    I'll be saving roughly:
    CF Hood: 32lbs.
    Forgestars: 28lbs.
    CF Trunk: 14 lbs.
    Rotors: 40lbs.(If I get them in time)

    Total: 114lbs.

    I may remove the front passenger seat at Atco on May 12th for another 62lbs.

    Rough Total with seat removed: 176lbs.

    I didn't notice any temp. changes because of the hood but the heat escaping from the vents
    is very noticeable. The vents do come with screens from the hood mfg.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    perto, let me know when you go for TestN Tune again, ill tape it from outside and you can use the gopro for inside, and if i remember the powercord for my vbox, we can see how accurate each one is.
    If all goes as planned and my pulley and trunk are installed on Tuesday, I should be there next Friday
    for Test-N-Tune.
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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    Hey Mike nice work and thanks for posting your track data, love seeing it!


    Thanks

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MHP LLC Click here to enlarge
    Hey Mike nice work and thanks for posting your track data, love seeing it!


    Thanks
    Thanks Andy.Click here to enlarge

    I was always more impressed with actual track data as opposed to dyno numbers.

    I'm seriously considering changing to a different tune. Your V3 tune comes to mind
    as a possible option because it's track proven. I know your tune is optimized for
    your headers but what do you think about pairing your tune with my MBH headers?
    Is it feasable or will it be too much of a missmatch given the difference in header
    design? 4 in 1 LT's(1-7/8) vs. 4 in 1 Try-Y(2")?

    Any input is greatly appreciated. We can discuss it via PM if you rather.

    Mike
    2012 CTS V - Sedan - 6AT

    Stage 1 Mods:
    - 2.5 upper pulley, Ported snout/throttle body, Fluidyne HX, Airaid CAI w/green filter, ID850 injectors

    Stage 2 Mods:
    - American Racing Headers w/X-pipe, 9.1 Lower Pulley, Tune Time Custom Cam, Moroso Dual Catch Cans, Zl1 Lid, Norcal Tank

    Stage 3 Mods:
    - LSA ported/polished heads, 4.5" G-Force intake, Nick Williams 102mm T-body, 8.6 Lower Pulley

    12.18 @ 118.98 - STOCK
    10.87 @ 127.02 - STAGE 1
    10.53 @ 131.31 - STAGE 2
    10.47 @ 133.20 - STAGE 3

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