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    anyone know of any people in Melbourne that good a job with alloytec tuning?

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    Got the power chip version. They send me the programmer and i extracted my VZ bin file and returned it to them. They emailed back the new version, i programmed it. All sweet. BIG difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebecca22 View Post
    Got the power chip version. They send me the programmer and i extracted my VZ bin file and returned it to them. They emailed back the new version, i programmed it. All sweet. BIG difference.



    When you say BIG difference, what exactly is really different about the wagon? Ive got the same car & was wondering what this tunes all about...

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    Yes, they sent the programmer and I got my female bod in the car and did the upgrades. The power increase was HUGE.

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    Personally im very sceptical of bench tunes, how its done is the work of the tune compiled with the use of a mule vehicle. Sure theyre often an improvement on the stock tune but theyre a generalised tune theyre not 100% made to suit your vehicle, in addition to bench tunes theres no realtime data logged from your vehicle revealing in detail whats happening with your engine.
    But all the same, good to hear the tunes working for you Rebecca.

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    anything that removes the throttle management will make a huge difference.

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    I have a full VCM tune but i would not say the difference is huge. The car is better off the line due to the torque management being removed but it is not a huge difference. The car also revs out a little quicker but once not a massive difference.

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