Originally posted by dark_rex
we're not. we're all happy with our results. many of our members are former DSM owners, Honda tuners, and JDM specialists. Dan (God) did have the most powerful WRX in teh states for almost a year. we're not a little lost community that has only driven WRXs as you make out. many are accomplished track, drag and autoX drivers. some own speed shops, some grew up turning wrenches and slinging OE replacements. some are total n00bs that are now installing 3 turbos a week for their friends... what did you mean by
well, i think you should go hang out at stangnet and really get a clue on tuning b/c those guys have been tuning since 1940. they've got a lot to teach you, b/c GN's are relatively new.
no offense, but your post wreaks of generalism, stating the obvious, and ingnorance of the mustang and the WRX.
what exactly does:
is there a book long enough to identify all the totally unfounded assumptions that lie behind this statement? (and many others you made)
HOW DOES YOUR ENGINE DEFY PHYSICS AND HAVE NO PSI LIMIT? i'd like to see you run 50psi!!!! please. if you detonate, or you blow your HG, is that not a direct function of high boost, or a lean condition created by too high boost?
a "great tune?" wtf is that? don't come in here all high and mighty and feed us crap. i don't think you can run a chevette in ANY state of tune with high boost. what is high boost? on a stock N/A car, it's what, .8bar? what is it on a supra? a wrx? a DSM? what is the point of your entire post?
please keep the gross generalizations and unhelpful BS to yourself. spare us the schooled veteren BS.
i hope you bring something more from your GN tuning experience to this board than that post in the future.
I thank you mods for bringing us the forums but don't be so harsh. I REALLY don't think that Cleaner13 meant it like that. He comes across as a knowledgeable enthusiast (like you and I and others).
Let's be cool man!