Originally posted by Zeta
I think SOA would want to check out each car first hand,
Why? Why not just have the Ecu reflashed? How are they supposed to determine whether you experience det if you can't?
Do they use 91 octane or 94? Do they drive the car in 100 degree heat, put it on a dyno? Waste of time. Just have the Ecu reflashed.
The real issues then become:
Does the Ecu reflash work...for those who have problems, and does it reduce power and if so how much?
They need to measure crank hp with the Ecu reflash and release new hp numbers if need be. If there is no loss of power and torque then they also need to say so.....speculation will be rampant until they do.
Lastly they deserve credit for jumping on the problem fairly quickly, though I still wonder how this issue managed to slip thru quality control.