I am waiting on my parts to get here and hopefully I get the SMC kit for x mas. As soon as that is all here I am installing them and then heading down to topspeed on the 28th. I got an appointement a 1:00pm. That means I got to leave at like 6:00 in the morning! I was gonna go with the green but I changed my mind and settled with the 20G. The guy said I could be looking at about maybe 395 max whp. Did you get yours ported?ASApilot said:Soon as my SMC kits arrives, gets installed an another day for a turbo install/tune can be set up with TopSpeed on a day that I have off during the week. I won't know my finalized schedule for Janurary for another week or so, plus I don't know when my SMC kit is going to be shipped from StaticX.
You going to go with me?
Correct... you can not tune your car unless you purchase the street tuner software, which is an addional $445 plus the cost of the AP. The basic software that comes with the Accessport only allows you to download maps from your PC to the AP. The street tuner software allows you to change the basic maps like fuel timing, injector size, etc.. While it works really good it is designed to be just enough so the average user can run it. Now the protune software that we use and other professional tuning shops accross the country use allow full access to any parameter inside the ecu. Giving us a greater range of adjustability and tuning. We charge $300 for a complete PROTUNE on your car, and then $50 bucks for addional maps IE; racegas, meth injection. Only thing you would have bring is your actuall AP that you have allready purchased. From their I would dyno tune your car with our Protune software, then load the protune base map and realtime map onto your accesport allowing you to switch between the valet modes and stock modes if needed.T1mmmy said:The software that comes with the AP is not software used to tune. It is simply a installer to set up the accessport and comes with preloaded "off the shelf maps". The Street Tuner is the user-tuning software, in which anybody can tune their own car if they have a laptop and the balls. The pro-tuner is what most shops use, and i belive is alot more advance and hooks up to a dyno?
sure if I got time! Yeah I went with the 20G can't wait to get it on! I just can't decide wheather to go with a FMIC or keep the stock TMIC. Also I heard that my stock clutch would be fine then I heard that it might not last long. The guys down at topspeed in atlanta said they can probalby get me 395whp with a stock TMIC and 420whp with FMIC.USA 79S said:Eric... are you for sure getting the 20g setup? Hey do you think my wife could snag a test ride with you once its all done so she can get an idea of what I'm looking at. I'd like her to feel the cobb stage 2, and the 20g if possible. Shes over at Prudential by the mall, I'll give you the number if you'd like.