Pops and bangs are available, and you gain the ability to run 91 octane up to E85 or anything in between all on one tune. If you have access to ethanol, it's rad. We do offer a switching discount of 10% off if you have proof of purchase of your original tune.So doing the math, the turbo, the tune, the HPFP, the de-tune from UNitronic, and I'm at $2600 to net 70hp and 50 tq. I lose pop and bags, and there is no flat foot shift.
If you have an aftermarket downpipe, then you run the full IS38 TrueFlex tune, not this stock downpipe option. Refer back to the first page of this post for info on that tune.What about if you have an aftermarket downpipe? Also, what is expected hp with IS38, E85 fuel, and this tune?
Numbers for Stage 2 IS20 TrueFlex are coming soon!Any idea what the power output would be running a high ethanol content with OEM IS20?, say E65-70 blend ? I saw your Stage 2 posted numbers, but Im already at that power level.
Stage 2 93 AKI / 98 RON 327 HP 399 FT-LBS
I run a hybrid turbo with 416 HP with the OEM MAP sensor and HPFP without any problems.Will we need to run higher than the OEM 2bar MAP sensor to be safe? Regardless if it’s on the Stage 2 or the IS38 tune? I know on certain high output tunes with a hpfp the 2bar sensor cannot handle the fuel load and you can run lead.
No, the factory IS38 doesn't make enough boost to exceed the factory MAP sensor. No upgrade is required there. Stage 2 hardware, HPFP, and TrueFlex harness is the required hardware. GTI Stage 1 and 2 is almost done now.Will we need to run higher than the OEM 2bar MAP sensor to be safe? Regardless if it’s on the Stage 2 or the IS38 tune? I know on certain high output tunes with a hpfp the 2bar sensor cannot handle the fuel load and you can run lead.
Anyone out there been running this for the last month? Assuming more user reviews will be coming once the IS20 files are released.
Been waiting on Cobb flex support to toss my warranty and tune, but at home flashing a flex tune this year when R/S3 tunes are done instead of some undetermined time in the future is definitely making me not want to wait on Cobb.
Thankfully don't have to worry about sunk costs with switching tuning platforms since I'm still stock/untuned. No big power/big turbo aspirations for now, already told myself if that bug starts biting I just need to get a separate project car with a proven formula for 700+ hp. Definitely not trying to blaze trails.For what its worth, im not on their flex kit yet (MY 2021 not supported yet), but I've been extremely happy since switching to their IS38 tune and plan on going flex as soon as its available.
From my experience after having gone through multiple tuners, I honestly think from a drivability standpoint IE's is one of the best for a non custom tune. There has never been a moment where I felt like I was driving a tuned car, and what I mean by that is, While all the OTS tunes you can grab are great, I had little things with most of them that would bother me (The way boost would come on, how sensitive the throttle is, small little hiccups in certain conditions with part throttle/normal driving).
I dont think you'd be disappointed switching unless you had aspirations for big hybrid custom tuned setups.