Any idea what performance increase this is estimated to provide?
Should have mine t'mor
---=- Visconti STG1 v1.1 Tuned -=---
Let us know how it sounds after its installed!
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I don't like their dyno graph it goes up and down the stock curves, only making the 5 HP and TQ in one peak spot.
Edit: Injen was the one I was refering too, not this one.
Still, I don't like how it wavers on the stock curve. I want something making HP on most of the curve.
Last edited by sportsguy83; 08-27-2012 at 09:09 PM.
no gains to be seen in that graph..fail.
the OE airbox is great, I have yet to see someone actually make more power with a mod
sounding fast and being fast are two different things, ones is worth paying for
I would wait until Perrin or Nameless come out with their intakes. I'm really liking what I see from both companies.
I'd spend my money on buying the Visconti Tuning Kit before buying a CAI or exhaust.
Hell, you can drop in a higher flow air filter into the stock intake and pretty much get the same gains vs an aftermarket CAI. I'm waiting on my aFe Takeda filter to get here.
We can know the real winner of the CAI and exhaust battle going on right now based on the tuned results. That's where and when I'll be spending my money. If you're impatient like I am just buy the filter , use the rest of the $$$ towards saving for the tuning kit.
I paid $750 + $25 shipping for the kit I ordered from Visconti. Yeah that's expensive but what is more expensive is buying a CAI or exhaust right now only to find out I bought the wrong one down the road.
The Visconti tune is a great buy IMHO. I haven't gotten it because as long as AVO turns out like its looking, I will go FI and would waste the money on the N/A tune just to buy AVO's kit which will include the ECUTek tune.
For people staying N/A I agree with ngabdala, it should be one of the first if not the first mod.