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      09-16-2018, 02:37 PM   #1
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Hey guys! I have had the BM3 for a couple thousand miles now and it's been incredible. I had the chance to do a dyno day today and it made decent power! I am extremely satisfied with the results and it made about what I was expecting from the butt dyno. It made 486/497 consistently over three runs. Mods are BM3 stage 1 93 octane tune, Injen intakes, and MPE. Next mods will be charge pipes, down pipes, and E85. If anybody is on the fence about this tune, don't be. There isn't a better product, more reliable customer service, or easier experience out there.

Edit: I've had a couple people ask me about the pull itself. If you want to see it, it is on my instagram @Thomas_F80

Edit 2: As openflash pointed out, the graph may be slightly wrong. If I can find a better dyno and operator I will run it again and see if I can get a more accurate reading. There may be a difference in 15-20 or so whpbut torque should remain the same. Aside from that, the car is brutally fast but still easy to control. 295 PS4S on the back and when they're hot (100 degrees) it hooks up beautifully in second and RIPS!
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Nice numbers You will definitely be even happier with stage 2 and E85. Corn is addicting!!
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      09-16-2018, 11:44 PM   #3
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The Bootmod3 Stage 1 even on 91 octane is a ton of fun. Has a great power curve and is super smooth and responsive. The midrange torque is strongly addictive vs. the more dialed-back factory tune.
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Just to clarify, is this a stage 1 93 “OTS” tune? I’m running an AA mid pipe and I’ve been really close to pulling the trigger for this tune.. Nice numbers!
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Just to clarify, is this a stage 1 93 "OTS" tune? I'm running an AA mid pipe and I've been really close to pulling the trigger for this tune.. Nice numbers!
Yes, it is one of the free OTS tunes straight off the bat. It makes it even more impressive in my opinion. Also, I really want a fabspeed mid pipe paired with VRSF downpipes. I love the sound of the AA mid and would get it if I didn't have to hack up the MPE to make it fit which I'm not too interested in haha
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      09-17-2018, 04:09 PM   #6
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Sweet for just a Stage 1! You should do the graph in STD instead of DIN. When I was at the dyno last time that CF: DIN showed lower numbers for everyone at dyno day and dyno operator prefers using STD he said.
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Lucky you with that 93 octane. Good numbers, enjoy the tune!
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      09-17-2018, 04:28 PM   #8
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Sweet for just a Stage 1! You should do the graph in STD instead of DIN. When I was at the dyno last time that CF: DIN showed lower numbers for everyone at dyno day and dyno operator prefers using STD he said.
I didn't have a choice unfortunately. Next time I will ask for it to be printed differently and hopefully it's a much cleaner pull.
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