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    New guy here. I've been thinking about getting a new TT cls63 and waiting to see results from basic modifications. The gains fit right in with the usual gains one should expect from tuning a turbocharged performance engine. Click here to enlarge The car is making good power, but it looks a little wavy after 5200rpm. Is this graph of a finalized tune? Do you have tunes for CA91? also, where is your European facility? 66 deg F in the middle of summer, I wish it was like that in LA, I'm lucky to see high 70's when I'm driving around this time of year

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by antbrow Click here to enlarge
    New guy here. I've been thinking about getting a new TT cls63 and waiting to see results from basic modifications. The gains fit right in with the usual gains one should expect from tuning a turbocharged performance engine. Click here to enlarge The car is making good power, but it looks a little wavy after 5200rpm. Is this graph of a finalized tune? Do you have tunes for CA91? also, where is your European facility? 66 deg F in the middle of summer, I wish it was like that in LA, I'm lucky to see high 70's when I'm driving around this time of year
    Not all TT tunes will gain the same power and torque, everything is application dependent ie you won't see an Evo picking up this much hp/tq with just a tune. Turbo sizing, displacement, what's left on the table ignition/AF wise, tq limiters eliminated, etc etc all play a role in gains.

    Little "wavy"? Not sure I'm picking up what you're putting down. Either way I've never been a huge fan of dynos, they are a waste of time for me but customers demand them so what are you going to do.

    Just like the rest of our tuning the drivability is world class and we still haven't lost a race with comparably modded vehicles.

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    Germany and yes we have both 91US/95RON, 93US/98RON and v4 Race Gas Only tuning available.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MHP LLC Click here to enlarge
    Not all TT tunes will gain the same power and torque, everything is application dependent ie you won't see an Evo picking up this much hp/tq with just a tune. Turbo sizing, displacement, what's left on the table ignition/AF wise, tq limiters eliminated, etc etc all play a role in gains.

    Little "wavy"? Not sure I'm picking up what you're putting down. Either way I've never been a huge fan of dynos, they are a waste of time for me but customers demand them so what are you going to do.

    Just like the rest of our tuning the drivability is world class and we still haven't lost a race with comparably modded vehicles.

    Thanks!

    Germany and yes we have both 91US/95RON, 93US/98RON and v4 Race Gas Only tuning available.
    Is it possible to switch maps on the fly?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Is it possible to switch maps on the fly?
    No. Evo's yes. Nothing German, that I know of at least.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MHP LLC Click here to enlarge
    No. Evo's yes. Nothing German, that I know of at least.
    I see, so race gas flash means race gas all the time.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I see, so race gas flash means race gas all the time.
    Yes sir.

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    great

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    wow, these are some good size turbos for stock

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