This calibration delivers peak-to-peak performance gains of 85 hp and 95-105 ft/lb torque. The program offers smooth part throttle driving and gear transitions, but a substantial increase in power at full load.
Software features included:
– Increased boost
– Changes to fuel and timing
– Higher torque limits
Performance gains displayed in the dyno plot shown were achieved with the GIAC software upgrade only using 93 octane. Additional power increases may be observed with additional performance hardware and/or higher octane fuel.
Available now at the shop, and can be flashed via OBD port. Call 804.343.3363 to schedule an appointment.
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