The conclusion is that on an IS38 turbo maxed out, the OEM intake and air box with a drop in filter does not result in a performance loss from a drop in pre turbo pressure.
So are you suggesting the TIP would flow more with the accordion hose, airbox, filter and airdam connected?The test was not limited to pressure drop, as they mention the "open" intake which was just the TIP (aftermarket I believe) resulted in an increase in IAT. Makes sense since just using a TIP will be pulling in warmer air from alongside the engine versus where the stock airbox draws from.
Also, the TIP is a poor representation of an open intake, the part is designed to attach to an inlet hose, using it without one reduces the airflow through the TIP.
So are you suggesting the TIP would flow more with the accordion hose, airbox, filter and airdam connected?
I think you can have 6?I installed the eqt ecu tune and Cobb dsg tune today (eqt needs the dsg identifier before sending the file). That really wakes the platform up! I like it. I took myself and my gf on a pre and post trip and you can definitely tell the difference. I'm impressed so far. Does anyone use the AP for it's graphs/dashboards? What graphs/dashboards do you run on it?
Does anyone use the AP for it's graphs/dashboards? What graphs/dashboards do you run on it?
It is debatable, as different tunes and tuners seem to have a different consideration of what is an acceptable amount of KR. Ideally you want 0 KR, but different situations will generate KR much of the time - accelerating uphill, high load, etc. For reference, my finished dyno tune has 0 KR at WOT, and I never see more than 1.88 on an individual cylinder during the situations previously referenced, and even then, it is rare to see any.So what would be considered safe when looking at KR?