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It's finally getting done!!! Stage-1 / PVcx / Dynotune

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Put a set of B&E Performance Atom Bombs on a couple of years ago. While the sound is great and there is noticeable increase in power, I have been itching to complete a Stage-1 conversion. Well, took a ride up to Lloyd'z last week and picked up a High Flow Filter and have ordered a Dynojet PVcx unit. Have a highly skilled tuner I have worked with before and he will be doing the dyno tune.
The plan is to have the upgrade/tune completed by the end of this week. :yahoo:

Will be posting up numbers as well as personal observations once work is complete.
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Well, the stars finally alligned and I got the PVcx installed and a dynotune completed. Ended up with 92.5 hp and 112 tq. Here's the chart. First set is with the Stage 1 components installed, running on the stock ECM map.

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Interesting as that will basically be my stage 1 setup when I go there next yr. Was that using wideband sensors or the narrowband?
The '14 has the same size bung (18mm) as the sensors from the dyno so it was easy, so i
t was with the dyno machines wideband sensors set in my existing bung holes.
 
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