Originally Posted by HEISMANHERSCHEL;[URL="tel:2851114"
f you are gonna race, don't waste the money on it. If you drive it every day, it will make it more fun.
Not a tune for a racer, but if you were a little disappointed with lower end torque when you bought your car like I was, it will fix that.
I think it really depends on your objectives at the track. If your objectives are to constantly make changes to the engine in search of ET, you are correct. If you want a solid tune that you can work with for fun at the track, you are incorrect. On the Corral there is a member who went from a best of 12.7 @112 to a 12.0 at 116 with nothing more than adding the Pro-Cal. He has DRs, a shifter and an axle back, nothing more. So, I see it as a good way to get into the 11's, or certainly on the cusp, while still being a safe tune.
Originally Posted by bucolic;[URL="tel:2851285"
2851285[/URL]]As I don't (or will very rarely) track my car, I'm strongly considering this tune. My car is my DD and if the FRPP tune ups the fun factor while helping me keep peace of mind, I'm all for it.
Is adding a CAI ok with this tune? I know it's designed to work with a K&N drop in, but people seem to have really good gains (15-20 hp) with open element (which I've always been skeptical about) type filters.
Thanks again for responses!
I know a member on SVTperformance ran his with the Roush CAI and had no problems. I think if it is a CAI designed to run without a tune, it will be ok. I don't know if there is any gain with a Roush or Airraid over the K&N though.
Originally Posted by FirstFord94;[URL="tel:2851378"
I don't expect miracles as I really think there is only so much you can do with a tune on a NA car, but if there are any measurable gains, it sounds like it might be worth looking into. I guess the seat of the pants feel is really what's most important to me at this point.
You will 100% feel a seat of the pants difference. You will also enjoy massive loss of traction. This tune is a tire shredder. LOL.