" wow this thread is way off topic lol needs to be cleaned up, dme updated, multiple logs done race flash installed, progressing nicely....wow this turbo hits 20 easy and pulls hard tons of torque looking fwd to the 3.5 bar sensor and try more and log and hit the dyno soon "
OK here’s a question for you: Stock bottom end, but forged pistons. Would that make any sense to you? Let’s say we were shooting for high 500-low 600 wheel for a long-term, reliable build. Would it be worth the labor cost, assuming the motor is otherwise left stock? Curious if swapping the rods would make sense at those power levels, the stock ones are pretty damn beefy and don’t seem to buckle at the power levels we can hit. Pistons certainly seem to be the relative weak point, the crankshaft isn’t going anywhere. Thoughts?
That is all I'd do. Most companies prefer to do rods and pistons. But IMHO the pistons are all you need. "
First of all, do you have any dynos or numbers to show on the Gallardo/Murci work?
UGR recently started offering stock DME tunes. I'm guessing that has something to do with Eurocharged's help with stock DME tuning.
I could use this data which would be to your benefit as I'm wrapping up FerrariBoost.com which is already up in Alpha Stages and LamboBoost.com will be up within the hour. So, the more data you have and pricing info the better for Eurocharged.