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      01-27-2008, 11:15 AM   #45
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Just keep sustained boost no greater than 14.5-15psi above 5000rpm and you'll be fine.
Sorry if this has already been answered, but why can't the Procede do this?
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      01-28-2008, 07:46 PM   #46
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the Helix isn't out yet and not sure the power they are tuned for, but chances are its not more than the v2 on pump gas anyway.
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and everyone on this forum should be intelligent enough to understand that while all cars are different, specifica boost different numbers will produce approximately the same amount of HP/TQ regardless of what tune produces it +/_ a few HP/TQ. All tunes vary the rest of the picture slightly but for the most part, xxpsi is going to produce the same HP/TQ assuming an equivalent ignition and AFR. You burn a specific amount of fuel with a specifc volume of air, with a specific amount of ignition advance, and you get a particular number of horsepower/torque.

The people who say they dyno'd 375whp/400tq and their boost never exceeded 12psi and ran a 12second 1/4mile on street tires are completely full of shit, and coincdentally never post dyno charts showing both whp/whtq and boost numbers to back up their rediculous claims. There's no magic bullet here folks! Just thermodynamics and physics...which don't care what tune is installed! It's a fairly even playing field!

It just comes down to product features, customer support, price, and performance. Same as any product. I am a very happy PROcede customer with no limps and a very fast car...
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