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Old Oct 9, 2013, 09:14 PM
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Tscomp Tuned 669+whp 2.0L HTA3586R

The first E tuner I had was 4wstuning. At first I thought he was a good tuner. He would do things that I thought were good ideas. I have owned several high HP cars including dsm’s that I used to tune myself so I knew what I am looking for and everything. While tuning my first rebuilt engine that was all fresh the car was up on 30psi on pump gas and he had the timing around 13* or so. Well he was too aggressive and ended up spinning my bearings while trying to increase the power even more. I got the short block covered under warranty and 4wstuning said he was going to retune the car since he never finished tuning it the first time. After completing the rebuild and returning back from basic training I tried contacting him every way possible with no luck. He never got back with me to finish the car so I was completely screwed. While looking around for a new E tuner I was very hesitant in who I could trust and who was legit.
After much research and feedback I decided to take my chances with TOM. When I first emailed Tom I had a response right back within the hour. He explained the pricing and the need for the full mod list so he knew what the car could take and need. After giving him the full mod list we both agreed that my rods have potential to be a weak point. With this in mind, Tom took extra measures to keep the rods happy and the HP high. I paid for both pump gas and race gas map with ecuboost, and speed density. On pump gas I wanted the car to make somewhere around 500 safely and he didn’t disappoint. Not only did we make around that, we did so within 4 roms. We spent a lot of time just dialing in the cold start and idle a/f’s to get them perfect. The car fires right up and idles perfect even in 10* weather. Speed density is the way to go even for a daily driver. I no longer have the drivability issues that come with MAF’s. This car drives like stock and even my wife noticed the difference of not having to rev up to take off and no stalling issue coming off the gas to a stop light. Once finished with pump gas we moved on to race gas. I am running Sunoco supreme 112. With this gas in mind Tom started to do his work. Slowly increasing the boost in one night we went from 500’s to high 600’s which may even be 700 once we do a log with RPM byte 2. The car feels insane. Don’t mind the spool on the turbo. This turbo can hit full boost fast and hard but Tom has full control over the curve to keep the torque down to keep my rods happy. If you’re looking for the best tuner, someone that will take the time and research about your parts, ask any questions that may pertain to your car to allow you to get the best SAFE results then don’t hesitate to go with TSCOMPUSA. He is the best tuner there is with the best rates out there. Don’t waste your money going to a dyno for a dyno tune. Ask anyone that knows, dyno tuning is completely different than street tuning especially when you are getting it dyno tuned in a different elevation level than where you live.

Now for the results…..

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Old Oct 9, 2013, 09:21 PM
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Nice numbers! I'll have to get in contact with him because i have TERRIBLE cold start issues on e85 when it gets cold in denver and when i head to the mountains.
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Yeah he can get it firing right up in freezing cold weather. My car is daily driven as well. I will be getting track numbers this weekend as well as some pictures of the car and setup.
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Thanks for sharing and giving your review on your experience with me Alex!

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Here is some more information on this car.

The mod list is:

Built 2.0L Wiseco HD1400 pistons with eagle h beam rods
FP HTA3586R T3 .82 AR /w 2.5" 4 bolt discharge
3" pipe off 4 bolt flange to side exit out of bumper
GSC S3 cams & GSC Springs
Full Race Replica exhaust manifold
Grimmspeed 3 port
Buschur Street Core FMIC
Tial 50mm bov
FIC 1150cc inj
Walbro 255 modded + Bosch 044 inline
Exedy Triple HD
Tephra v7 SD /w ecuboost

Heres better resolution of the 112octane tune. Keep in mind if we can log data up to 9000RPM the car should be over 700whp. The evoscan cut us short at 7968RPM as usual on 1byte RPM, but you can see the car is just getting started. We will do a 2byte RPM log and post it up in the next few days.

I gradually added boost as the RPM's climbed to keep the torque flat and controlled. We both agreed to keeping the torque down to keep the rods happy. Im sure the rods are fine but never hurts to be super safe.

The 112oct graph: (17* uptop, but the log cut short wont show full power)



On 93oct here is what we made:


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I am going to the track tomorrow. We will see what I can do on street tires.

Also, that 509 graph is 93OCT.
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dawm very nice numbers on pump gas!
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Thanks! Getting ready to head to the track.
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How was the quality on the full race replica? Any pics?
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happy wife, happy life! congrats!
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That spool looks pretty lazy. I am running a .63 hotside on mine and I can see 20psi by about 4800 in 3rd gear, and 4300-4400 in 4th gear on a 2.0. Is the only reason you are making it that lazy because you don't want the eagle rods to explode?

Anyhow congrats on the results.
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Originally Posted by TheBoz View Post
That spool looks pretty lazy. I am running a .63 hotside on mine and I can see 20psi by about 4800 in 3rd gear, and 4300-4400 in 4th gear on a 2.0. Is the only reason you are making it that lazy because you don't want the eagle rods to explode?

Anyhow congrats on the results.
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I didnt do anything to delay the spool. its just that laggy. It is fully spooled by 5600RPM.

Ya 20psi @ 4800RPM is way better then this car is doing.

What cams do you have? this car has S3's which really hurt spool on a 2.0L

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34psi pass we just did at the track and he went 132. i am going to give him more boost now.

We had to lower the boost because it was picking up knock. I lowered timing & boost. Hes still at track.

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571whp @ the track went 132mph. sounds about spot on.



I just upped the boost a little bit more hopefully we can get a 135+ at least.
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Nice doing work. 132 is like 10.6 e/t with 1.6 sixty right?
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Nice doing work. 132 is like 10.6 e/t with 1.6 sixty right?
132 with a full weight evo 8 with stock final drive and a good driver is good for a 10.8 id say on a street tire. (although i'm sure there are guys out there that can go quicker)

He only ran a 11.4 though

I hope he goes faster/quicker next pass. I increased the WGDC about 5%.
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Ok now I'm confuse. Did the car make 669 or 570? I see the first post he is making 669 on race fuel but at the track he is making 570. So is he on pump at the track?
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