I think quite a few people have posted some sort of results of the tune differences. Myself included. Mine wasnt same night changes. But I had been running Bama tunes for 2 years to a Halo run of 13.883 @100.5. Ordered the MPT tune and with no other changes it dropped down to 13.58 @ 102.5. I suppose same night/same track is what everyone is looking for, but I have 2 years of same track with my Bama tune. 45 passes averaging between 13.9-14.1. 6 passes with MPT averaging 13.6. No seat time improvements. Its an automatic. And i've been geared, tuned, and had an intake since 1200miles (now at 62k) Either tune though has yet to see any DA sub 1000. Maybe I'll try both again in optimal weather.
I also had to go through numerous sessions of datalogging and tune revisions with bama just to average 13.9. MPT got it down to a 13.6 on the first shot. I dont understand why it takes soooo many tune revisions for customers to be satisfied with Bama. I've read on here that people are up to 5,6,7 tune revisions. Yet when they switch to Lund, steeda, or MPT, they get it right within 1 or 2 shots. I got frustrated when I was so far off of the times Bama ran in their project car.
Grabber Blue 2011 V6 Premium A6 Coupe Mods: MPT 93 Tune, FRPP 3.73 Gears, BBK Longtube Headers w/ O/R Xpipe, Steeda CAI, Dynomax 2.5" Ultra Flo Catback, Boss302 STB, J&M LCA, Whiteline Relocation Brackets, Eibach Sportlines, 18x9/10 '10 GT500 rims 255/45, 285/40/18 Nitto555 Next: BBK 73mm TB, Ported Intake Manifold, DSS Al Driveshaft, . Styling: 15% Tint, Black Spoiler, Decklid Panel, & Grille Surround. Chin Spoiler, Hood Spears
Best to Date - 13.212 @ 105.79 - Uncorrected