I think EPP has said the intake/charge pipes are for aesthetics and to support future mods. So bang/$ depends what your going for: they look awesome but probably won’t gain you much power unless you upgrade your turbos.
I originally went with the unleashed 91 tune. There was definitely some decent gains But also seemed like there was a lot left on the table. It’s just a safe tune depending on what you want it’s definitely okay for the price especially if you buy the programmer through him. I didn’t like the way the car shifted afterWards probably just because it’s a automatic and I will never like it lol. But I ended up returning it to stock until I can find a local tuner to get it dialed in exactly
My plan is to do some turbo upgrades in the near future so after looking at the turbo inlet piping I decided to do all the little mods that support the turbo upgrades first , there was very little gain on the intake piping and no noticeable noise difference after installing the EPP intake piping on my car , I found the install not to difficult and took me about 2 hours but I had a lift to use made it much easier to do .
That's good to know man, I appreciate the feedback. I'll wait until my factory warranty is up which is about 6 months before I tune it and install a FMIC because the aftermarket extended warranty I'll put on it won't know it's been tuned if there is a problem as I will be able to have repairs performed outside the dealership. I'd love to upgrade the turbos and make the car more fun but I have Z06 that has over 850HP to the wheels so this is just a great daily driver for me and my wife will dis-own me if I do much more to the car...
Just got out of a '15 titanium. Absolutely loved it (put 120k miles on it in 3 years 😳) but it wasn't even a full week after paying it off did I hop into a sport. Was lucky enough to find a babied lease. 2017, 27k miles and 24.6 avg mpg (I thought that was insane, better than my 2.0 titanium...
Hey guys, bought this 2017 lightning blue over the weekend; drove 4 hours to Toledo from Pittsburgh since it was the exact spec I was looking for. 38,000 miles, fully loaded including park assist. I normally have a 70 mile round trip commute so this will make it so much better, especially with...
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I'm guessing I may be on the upper side of age, but I never matured very well anyway.