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Considering finding somewhere i can finance a turbo kit for my 86 however having not got loads of cash available also considering just a remap as i have alreadt for a cobra exhaust system. Can anyone advise if the remap is worth it? Remember i already have a cobra exhaust and looking at drop in air fliters too. Or if not where can i find a tubro kit that wont break the bank and be cost effect? Cheers
I've decided to bite the bullet after just one round of the TSS and a few Loton Park hillclimbs in the GT86 and get my engine remapped. The people who look after my other cars aren't Toyota specialists but have a good reputation in the performance/competition field. When I mentioned a remap to them they said they'd use a map from SuperChips (http://www.superchips.co.uk/). I've attached the power curve graph. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I have faith in my people, I just don't know whether there is a better alternative for the map or whether I should go to a GT86 specialist. Thanks Bob BRZ & GT86.pdf
Hello all, We've decided to put together a package for those wanting to release more power from their GT86 or BRZ, without going for forced induction The kit contains the following: 'Before' Dyno Run Tuning Developments Manifold (EL or UEL) Tuning Developments Overpipe Gaskets Heat Wrap For 'Downpipe' Section K&N 'Drop In' Replacement Panel Filter Installation ECUTeK License In House Remap On The Dyno £1495.00 inc VAT Website link here This package has been proven to remove the torque dip which plagues these cars, along with making more peak power. The whole curve is stronger, making the driving experience much more enjoyable! The ECUTeK Remap features the excellent RaceROM which gives you 4 switchable maps via the cruise control stalk which can be adjusted whilst on the fly. For those without cruise control we can set this up via the heated rear window button. Net gains are upto 30lb.ft through the mid range and upto 25bhp peak power (based against a 100% factory car). You do not have to have an aftermarket exhaust, this is completely optional. The second CAT can also stay in place if needed. This gives an end result of a car that when cruising, sounds very close to OE sound levels, and has a pleasant bark to it when pressing on through the gears. The gains in torque make it much nicer to drive and give a far more linear delivery. The top dyno graph has the factory second CAT and factory exhaust. The lower dyno graph has a high flow second CAT and an aftermarket exhaust. Above - TD EL Manifold, Full Exhaust & In House ECUTeK Tune (Didn't photo the overlay from before sorry!) Above - Exhaust & ECUTeK Tune - Versus TD UEL Manifold & In House ECUTeK Tune. Above - Exhaust & Stock Tune - Versus TD EL Manifold & In house ECUTeK Tune. Above - Full Exhaust & Tomei Manifold & ECUTeK Tune - Versus Full Exhaust & TD EL Manifold & In House ECUTeK Tune Noise testing data This Package (UEL Manifold) Stock Second CAT Our Resonated CAT Back Exhaust @4500rpm static test is 89db. Gives a lovely bark when pushing on yet subtle when cruising. When we have an EL setup in we will do the same test. This Package (EL Manifold) Stock Second CAT Stock CAT Back Exhaust @5000rpm static test is 84db. Feedback: Some of the feedback from the NA Tuning Package. Any questions, drop me a PM on here, email me on email@example.com or give me a call on 01925 822 266. Thanks Mike