Hold off on custom calibration until at least StageII.
As someone who does custom calibrations, my advice is to save the money now and put it towards your downpipe / pump / injector fund, and get that tune done in the spring (vs the summer). Or, if you live in an area where there is E85 availability, use that money to get both an E85/93 tune and really show him what's up when you have real gas in your tank.NjoySTi said:They say you can't really run a down pip and sf intake together unless you get fuel pump and injectors or it will run lean. witch I wanna do next summer, but my buddy as full stock sti with a pro tune making more power then my ots stage 1sf cobb tune rather pay some one 300 buck to get a little but more out of my 400 buck noice maker bc it was a waste of money rofl
Can't tell you without knowing the dyno you'd be running on. With proper fueling, an intake can add some good power to the top-end vs an OE airbox.NjoySTi said:In canada so no e85 lame and what kind of power would you think injecters and downpipe etc would make, best fuel we have for locally is 94 Oct
Shouldn't be:NjoySTi said:Fuel arround here just sucks, and I just wonder why stage one sf ots topend is slower then stocks?,