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Dyno tuning a VR

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muttendagger

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My VR has had the typical mods fitted (Extractors, full 2 1/2 sports exhaust and CAI) I'm thinking about getting it dyno tuned . Does anyone know if it would be worth it? Would there be a noticable power increase?

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I haven't dyno tuned my car yet. It is always a benefit to get your car dyno tuned when mods have been installed to your car. Just make sure that you do all your mods first, cause if you get dyno tuned then add extra mods later you are going to have to dyno tune again which isnt beneficial.
 

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Hi

My VR has had the typical mods fitted (Extractors, full 2 1/2 sports exhaust and CAI) I'm thinking about getting it dyno tuned . Does anyone know if it would be worth it? Would there be a noticable power increase?

Thanks


Very minor mods for dyno tune:thumbsup:
 

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getting a dyno tune just for those mods is overkill really, particularly considering they are "breather" mods and the delco will adjust accordingly anyway, now the engine can breathe easier.
if you wanted to do something about the tune you could pick up an "off the shelf" performance chip which would be worth while for the small cost involved.
 

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yea quite curious about the chips, but ive heard theres lots of shoddy ones around. i presume they just let more fuel into the engine providing more power am i right?
 
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