I'm very interested, sent you an email!
There is a science to it. I spent a year developing these maps and improved every chance I could get. I had sponsored tune cars seek out and race other cars and if they lose it was obvious there was room for improvement. I did this for a year straight as well as purchasing another fost (my 3rd one) temporarily for a month or two to get some hands on time with my calibrations to improve boost response, and drivability as well as design our new race fmic which are hand made in Texas.I'll weigh in too, I bought the tune after seeing this add. Its a huge step up from my previous tune, and that was a custom dyno tune. Little to no knock, and noticeably more power. My previous tune would post up maybe 5-8 knocks/cyl per pull making less power than this. This I only ever see 1-3 knocks.
I would definitely recommend!
I'm not really interested in the numbers, except for comparison. I may flash back to stock just to get a baseline. Also, my old and not too efficient intercooler may be holding back a few h.p.'s; I'm getting a 15-18 degree rise in temp over the log.My confidence in vdyno is at an all time low. I noticed on the fiesta platform that with smaller tire sizes, when correctly entered the results were way off. In addition, I attempted to install the latest vdyno here and it won't install/run anymore on the latest windows update. version 1.5.3. I get a runtime exception on both my PC's trying to use it.
I'm thinking of just buying an intercooler with a better core and not worry about filling up and running out of fluid. My Threadstone core just is not efficient enough.
Considering the sale that this thread was advertising is over, not really an issue...???
Well, I just remembered that Depot Racing was supposed to be getting a shipment in August, so I checked the site. Sure enough he has new stock, so I just ordered a 3 1/2" intercooler.