Originally Posted by hankwedge
Just ran my pretty much stock in 35 degree just now. Has bwoody and full AMERICAN RACING HEADERS AND EXHAUST. 4.2 0-60, 8.2 1/8, 12.7 1/4. Can't add attachments from this s5. Is it really worth the 7k or whatever it costs?
Take it to an actual track. While that app is cool, it's not very accurate. Trust me, had we posted the app's results instead of what it actually did at the track we could claim we have the first one in the 10's...
Originally Posted by SRTWIL
same here did 12.7@107mph with it being 48 degrees. Am waiting to see the super chargers numbers in the cold.. Bwoody n borla Atak.. My 0-60 was also 4.2 for that run.
See above, the app is not accurate compared to the track.
Originally Posted by dasko76
So than you guys arnt changing anything different to diablo then as your only getting logs of the same data as a DS unit.
If you had other parameters to change you would obviously need them logged to see what changes you would need correct ?
I am not certain where you get some of this from, I have never talked to someone who jumps to the incorrect conclusion so easily. All I said was that if you wanted to log, it would need a different unit. Likely, we won't need logs, but if we do it's going to be for small things. We have it figured out, so the advanced items we changed in the cal won't need to be logged. The simple basics would be. I am not certain what motivates you to always jump the the wrong conclusion, but we always deliver on what we hype. Just look at our track record across every platform we serve. I'll give you some overviews:
World's quickest 2014 Jeep SRT
World's first 9-second Camaro ZL1
World's First 12-second Explorer Sport
World's First 11 second Taurus SHO
World's First 11-second 2015 Mustang EcoBoost
World's highest HP EcoBoost
World's fastest tune only F150 EcoBoost
World's Quickest tune only CTS V-sport
First to tune 2013 Taurus SHO
First to tune 2013 Explorer Sport
First to tune 2013+ Fusion EcoBoost (2.0, 1.6, and 1.5)
First to tune 2013+ Ford Escape Ecoboost (2.0 and 1.6)
First to independently dyno a hellcat
Not to mention the other services we provide to the industry as we have some more records:
Our cylinder heads are on the fastest 2v, 3v, and 4v Modular ford engines out there
Our hemi engine components are used in NHRA competition
Supplier of parts and services for the Ford Cobra Jet program
Supplier for cylinder head work for the COPO program
Then look at the reach of work we've done to vehicles.
That is just where we have had cars shipped from, or to for upgrades to be performed at our facility.
Then look at the fact that we are an OEM supplier on top of all of this
I could understand skepticism if we were a 2-3 bay shop, but we span 36,000 square feet, have 16 install hoists, an additional 6 install bays for a total of 22, 7 CNC machines, 2 chassis dynos (1 portable 2WD, one in-ground AWD) engine dyno, two flow benches, in-house cylinder head, engine build, and product development departments.
Originally Posted by dasko76
look at the temp differences though
i did 4.1 at 66f with my mods and tune , i would get 3.9 at your 35f that like 1 deg here ....
there isnt many kits running around at the moment to compare the low temps, but when there are they will eat that time .( as long as its a good kit)
Are you sure about that? I ask because to date the track record has not been very good on modded 12+ Jeeps and their 1/4 mile times. All it took was us building 1 truck to demolish everyone else's times out there. Just imagine what will happen with more of these under our belt.