2009 White Hot G8 GT Onyx/Red Interior Sport/Prem no roof
Intake: Volant CAI Exhaust: Borla Cat back Tune: SC Tint: 20% around
Other: Black Hood Scoops w/ Mod / GXP Fascia /GXP Diffuser 1 blk 1 white/ Roto Fab rad cover/ Stagrd 20" Polished Camaro SS wheels /Crystal Clear markers/ Shark fin/ Infinity 6032si/
"Never mind that S*** ...Here comes Mongo!"
[quote=SRG963;375988]CAI Tunes are now available! Scott stated that the 93 dyno runs were on a warmer day which explains the lower numbers for the 93 runs.
Shawn - Thanks very much for your support of this topic! I appreciate the level headed approach you've used in dealing with those among us who got impatient for these updates. You've kept us informed and educated. I appreciate your help!
Scott - This round of tuning is fantastic! Thanks again for keeping the G8 up-to-date. I know we have a limited market vehicle and you could write us off. We're thrilled when we get new improvements. Please pass along our thanks to your fellow staff members!
I think there is some more that can be squeezed out of the cortex but i have a feeling superchips is being concervative. When mine was dyno tuned, it went from 299 rwhp to 337 rwp and 347 tq
Yes, a Dyno tune will typically get you more HP/TQ than a canned tune. When you provide, what I call a "blanket" tune, for thousands of cars, it needs to be a little conservative to be safe for all of the vehicles involved IMO.
I never got a chance to dyno my car stock, but I did dyno compare the stock tune with Rotofab CAI installed to the SC Rotofab93 performance tune with Rotofab CAI installed, and saw a 22.4rwhp gain. Others have gained 10-15rwhp with the Rotofab CAI alone, so using those numbers, I believe the SC tune is within 5-10rwhp of the typical dyno tune. Plus SC is the only tuner to provide a 2 year powertrain warranty.
Trigger - Fully Loaded 2008 Stealth Blue Pontiac G8 GT