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scottishgtr 29th April 2012 09:48 PM

Stage 1 by TRL to 612.5 Bhp
 
I would like to thank Matt at TRL for the great job he did on my GTR. The first dyno run the car made 515 Bhp. After he got to work it made a health 612.5 Bhp. The car has been transformed on the road, only problem iv got now is I need better brakes. Great friendly service from that I would recommend.

GTaaaaaarrrrrr! 29th April 2012 09:49 PM

What mods have you made to the car mate?

scottishgtr 29th April 2012 09:56 PM

Just y pipe and stage 1.

barry P. 29th April 2012 10:08 PM

Matt is a good guy and I'm sure that The Racing Line is going to expand it's GTR client base as soon as more people become familiar with their tuning expertise using the Dyno Dynmics rolling road to optimise the tune for each individual car as opposed to sticking on a generic map.

Mookistar 29th April 2012 10:29 PM

Matt is joining the forum soon too :)

Anders_R35 30th April 2012 08:57 AM

Great result, I thought intakes were required to go above 600bhp

Taff1275 30th April 2012 09:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by barry P. (Post 1619164)
Matt is a good guy and I'm sure that The Racing Line is going to expand it's GTR client base as soon as more people become familiar with their tuning expertise using the Dyno Dynmics rolling road to optimise the tune for each individual car as opposed to sticking on a generic map.

Totally agree with you there Barry, I am more than happy with the service I received from TRL and Matt has years of tuning experience he also only books in one tune a day so he can take his time with it, good to see another happy TRL customer !

[email protected] 30th April 2012 09:22 AM

Thanks for your business, It was a pleasure having you with us.

Did you and the Mrs Enjoy your stay at our local Hotel, The Tower House?

How was your visit to blackpool?

Anders yes anything much over 600 bhp will need Larger Intakes.
There was some headroom in the MAFS left on this tune. I run logs all the time and Monitor all the data.

Kind Regards

Matt

[email protected] 30th April 2012 09:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mookistar (Post 1619178)
Matt is joining the forum soon too :)

Yeah Just waiting for Our Banner to be done :thumbsup:

Kind Regards

Matt

Impossible 30th April 2012 10:11 AM

nice tune

B'have 30th April 2012 01:42 PM

Nice result! Could you post the dyno graph and afr plot?

bcl 30th April 2012 06:57 PM

Agreed. How much extra boost are you running?
Brian

ROG350Z 29th May 2012 09:06 AM

612.5 seems high for stage 1...? Most of us with Stage 2 and full cat back get 590-595 . I understand (again my limited knowledge) without injectors and intakes it is hard and/or dangerous to go above this as injectors are at 100% duty cycle and hence like Iain L stage 4 you get intakes and injectors to get to 620 BHP.

I met the guys at TRL at rolling road day and seemed very nice bunch but interesting figures (might bring back the old rolling roads are all different converation - Over to you Mr Yu ;-).

grahamc 29th May 2012 10:27 AM

Why was the earlier post deleted? I though it was valid and was waiting for a response.

Adamantium 29th May 2012 10:29 AM

I was thinking that.

TAZZMAXX 29th May 2012 10:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grahamc (Post 1632610)
Why was the earlier post deleted? I though it was valid and was waiting for a response.

If it gets approved it will be reinstated. Posts like that from low posters often start shit storms that we have to sort out. It was a duplicate as well.

If it's valid it will return.

ROG350Z 29th May 2012 12:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TAZZMAXX (Post 1632613)
If it gets approved it will be reinstated. Posts like that from low posters often start shit storms that we have to sort out. It was a duplicate as well.

If it's valid it will return.

Fair enough - interesting to see outcome.

thistle 29th May 2012 12:46 PM

What was the difference in WHP between the before and after?

Do you have the air temperature and an air fuel ratio curve?

Whilst you're happy, the car might not be in winter and/or at sustained high boost, or the gains might be being stated optimistically.

There is no free lunch, yet these figures suggest there is.

Adamantium 29th May 2012 01:01 PM

100bhp for a y pipe and remap - Got to be worth 1000! :rolleyes:

CT17 29th May 2012 01:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Adamantium (Post 1632669)
100bhp for a y pipe and remap - Got to be worth 1000! :rolleyes:

Maybe it's a MY12... :flame:


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