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Old 06-21-2009, 12:33 PM   #1
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i just brought my car down to ''The Shop'' in ct. and had it tuned by junior with amazing results.....

259.9awhp
255.4awtq

i have a freshly rebuilt bottom end (stock)
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i went down with several friends and we all had a great time , they had a bbq and answered all our questions made us feel right at home.great place with great people . and a great tuner!!!!!! my car wasn't even close to being a smooth as it is now when it was stock,power comes on and just stays flat across the field....when i can get a camara ill post up my dyno sheet. and i hope to get to the track soon.
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Old 06-21-2009, 12:53 PM   #2
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Old 06-21-2009, 01:05 PM   #3
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Damn, that's stout.
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Old 06-21-2009, 01:08 PM   #4
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wrx intercooler? psi? nice #'s

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Old 06-21-2009, 05:14 PM   #5
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I am going to be moving to CT in the next couple months and keep hearing great things about this shop and junior nice numbers
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Old 06-21-2009, 08:03 PM   #6
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where is this place, i live in CT and need a protune........????? Tell tell, how much did it run you if you don't mind me asking?
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Old 06-21-2009, 09:44 PM   #7
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I know Junior is an AWESOME tuner, but those numbers are a bit on the high side.

You could have provided a little more info, you know like a graph and some specifics (boost and such). This is PROVEN Power Bragging . Just givin you a hard time, but seriously, give us something to look at
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Old 06-21-2009, 09:54 PM   #8
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I know Junior is an AWESOME tuner, but those numbers are a bit on the high side.

You could have provided a little more info, you know like a graph and some specifics (boost and such). This is PROVEN Power Bragging . Just givin you a hard time, but seriously, give us something to look at
Hah, a bit? More like VF39/16g type numbers, at least on a good Mustang dyno. Cue typical NASIOC dyno numbers argument .
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Old 06-21-2009, 09:55 PM   #9
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i have to get a camara and ill take a pic and post it asap

junior was also surprised about my numbers he was expecting what i was expecting somewhere around 235-245awhp so we were all very happy

with all my mods no increase in boost and no tune i made around 204awhp with the boost up to i believe 16.2 psi peak and juniors tune also crushed my stock bpv is how i got to my 259.9

THE SHOP is located in norwalk ct. in a very nice big building thats well organized.....

we were all surprised ay my numbers and yes it was on the stock wrx top mount 1 of my friends came down with his 06 wrx and he was held back by his stock top mount which even though he has the 2.5 bottom end the newer intercoolers that come on the 06-07 wrxs are smaller then the one on my bugeye.

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Old 06-21-2009, 09:57 PM   #10
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vf39 with my mods and a good tune on a 2.0 knock on or even break the 300 mark all the time .........as long as its a strong motor and a good tune
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Hah, a bit? More like VF39/16g type numbers, at least on a good Mustang dyno. Cue typical NASIOC dyno numbers argument .
I was trying to be nice, I have respect for Junior and I know the OP's car has a solid tune, but it's not making 255.

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vf39 with my mods and a good tune on a 2.0 knock on or even break the 300 mark all the time .........as long as its a strong motor and a good tune

No, a VF39 will not make a realistic 300whp with 'your mods' on a 2.0. Not happenin, man.

Any dyno that your VF39 would have made 300 on, the same car with an EvoIII should be making a good 315-320, and that's just not realistic. Your car with a VF39/injectors/pump/tune with the same mods you have would be about a 275-280whp car.
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Old 06-21-2009, 10:20 PM   #12
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I was trying to be nice, I have respect for Junior and I know the OP's car has a solid tune, but it's not making 255.




No, a VF39 will not make a realistic 300whp with 'your mods' on a 2.0. Not happenin, man.

Any dyno that your VF39 would have made 300 on, the same car with an EvoIII should be making a good 315-320, and that's just not realistic. Your car with a VF39/injectors/pump/tune with the same mods you have would be about a 275-280whp car.

The numbers Junior gets off of the dyno have no relevance what-so-ever. What makes him different from others is easy, no matter what the numbers, his cars perform at the track. Its been proven over and over and over and.....

And the longevity is their too

other tuners in the area make good power too. But how many of their customers come back with actual track results, and/or the origianl motor?
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Old 06-21-2009, 10:46 PM   #13
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Glad your happy with the car. It was nice to meet you and your buddies.
Your car was running very well and made some great power!

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These are just numbers.. but lets not forget what OppositeLoc traps with his TDO4 and my tune... Faster or as fast as alot of vf cars
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Old 06-21-2009, 10:59 PM   #14
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The numbers Junior gets off of the dyno have no relevance what-so-ever. What makes him different from others is easy, no matter what the numbers, his cars perform at the track. Its been proven over and over and over and.....
I agree, and am fully aware of both his tunes' quality and the results they put down. That was never the question. It is stuff like this which is why I hate comparing numbers, but I'm trying to be realistic on the numbers part, as much as is possible.

My car on the stock 2.0 and my EvoIII would vary from 265-325whp depending on the dyno, all on the same car with the same tune with similar temp/altitude. Dyno numbers can't be compared, but suffice to say that I didn't go around saying it put down 325, because I knew better
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vf39 with my mods and a good tune on a 2.0 knock on or even break the 300 mark all the time .........as long as its a strong motor and a good tune
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I was trying to be nice, I have respect for Junior and I know the OP's car has a solid tune, but it's not making 255.




No, a VF39 will not make a realistic 300whp with 'your mods' on a 2.0. Not happenin, man.

Any dyno that your VF39 would have made 300 on, the same car with an EvoIII should be making a good 315-320, and that's just not realistic. Your car with a VF39/injectors/pump/tune with the same mods you have would be about a 275-280whp car.
VF39's on 2.0's make 275whp on a VERY low reading Mustang dyno locally - and that's on the high side. I have no qualms believing higher out of a Dynojet, and while these numbers are a bit high, there's no denying the powerband or torque. Nice.
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Old 06-22-2009, 03:45 PM   #16
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thanx guys and thanx again junior and i will be too the track and i can drive my car so i hope i get some good passes before i break the stock 5spd. ive be driving and drag racing for some time with many cars.( lt1 camaro,ls1 camaro,2nd gen eclipse,1st gen talon,2 of my chevy pickups) and i feel very confident that i can pull low 13's with the car the way it is at my track on a cool day....track results hopefully in the next 2 weeks
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Old 06-22-2009, 04:59 PM   #17
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Was there a baseline done on the car right before the tune to see the gains. You mentioned 204 awhp. Was that right before the tune? The final number is not important w/o a baseline number to subtract from.

Also, is this on 91 octane or 93 octane?
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Old 06-22-2009, 05:07 PM   #18
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What kind of dyno does this place have?
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Old 06-22-2009, 05:49 PM   #19
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Base line was done directly before tuning it. 2 Baselines and then the tuning begins.
93oct
Its a dyno dynamics dyno.

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yup what he said^^^^^^^^^lol
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Old 06-25-2009, 05:54 PM   #21
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car runs very strong junior....i did a pull against a evo8 the other nite and i pulled ever so slightly on him untill the corners were his driving skill showed and i walked away
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i have a freshly rebuilt bottom end (stock)
well, that wasnt very smart.......why would you rebuild it with stock pistons?
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Old 06-25-2009, 09:00 PM   #23
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it was very smart actually!!!! cause it was free....i traded my silverado in on this car and made the dealer as part of the trade buy me a 2yr aftermarket warrenty... which covered the 3100 subaru charged to rebuild my motor
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awesome well i live in danbury so give me a freakin address or phone number so i can get my car tuned lol
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