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Old Oct 11, 2016, 11:27 AM
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2015 EVO FE RRE tunned

2015 evo final edition was tuned last night at RRE 10/10/2016
and made 341whp/350tq 25psi here are all the mods and the graphs
very happy with how they tuned my car and the care that they took on it
and very happy with the customer service they also gave me through out the whole process. would def recommend road race engineering.


ets fmic 3'5"
ets licp
ets uicp
ets intake 5" k&n filter
ams widemouth downpipe
ets race pipe
ets catback v2 quiet
aem 320 fuel pump
grimspeed ebcs

what do you guys think?
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That's awesome man. I am looking going pretty much the same direction with parts as you, just wondering what made you decide ETS instead of AMS? Because I was differentiating from you on that aspect.
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thanks
and honestly i was thinking the same only pretty much going for ams for parts or bushur for my car, but cost was a big factor considering how much hp gains i was gunna get out of it
this is what i mean


ets package for uicp&licp with fmic and grimspeed ebcs with a intake was $1485 from ets
there package deal

ams on the other side was
fmic 3'5" $750
licp $350
uicp $350
intake $389
grimspeed ebcs $110
total: $1949

about a 500 dollar difference for about the same in power and this comparison is just for those parts not considering the TBE cost.

ams $2170 for a full TBE

i did my TBE in parts meaning, i bought them seperate and not in a package deal

ets v2 quiet 700
race pipe 260
ams DP 500

1460 total
and thats another 700 difference
let me know what you think.
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Wow yeah when you break it down completely like that you saved over a thousand just by going Ets. I really like the direction you went. I appreciate the breakdown man you gave me a lot to think about for when it comes time to pull the trigger on more parts.

Enjoy your tune and new add ons-- I'm really impressed with your FE and all the upgrades you've done to it in such short amount of time!
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Not bad at all on the price and the gains from what you did. I like the part where you were able to get slightly more torque than horsepower.
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why no e85? RRE is the best.
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Not bad at all on the price and the gains from what you did. I like the part where you were able to get slightly more torque than horsepower.
yeah me, the car feels great with the tq being higher, the only thing im now only regretting is not getting cosworth cams mx1 before doing my tune and stuff , but the reason i didnt do that is cause i wanna go later for a bigger turbo and stuff
so i dont want to purchase cams twice....

and no e85 cause idk im havent thought about making that switch plus nothing really that close to me.

RRE did very great work, second to them i was gunna try out 5150, cobb didnt want to touch my car since i didnt have there AP..
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thanks
and honestly i was thinking the same only pretty much going for ams for parts or bushur for my car, but cost was a big factor considering how much hp gains i was gunna get out of it
this is what i mean


ets package for uicp&licp with fmic and grimspeed ebcs with
a intake was $1485 from ets
there package deal

ams on the other side was
fmic 3'5" $750
licp $350
uicp $350
intake $389
grimspeed ebcs $110
total: $1949

about a 500 dollar difference for about the same in power and this comparison is just for those parts not considering the TBE cost.

ams $2170 for a full TBE

i did my TBE in parts meaning, i bought them seperate and not in a package deal

ets v2 quiet 700
race pipe 260
ams DP 500

1460 total
and thats another 700 difference
let me know what you think.
ams down pipe is horrible. I've seen a lot of people with complaints of the flex section cracking. Get the tomei for a worry free part. If you get the ets or map open dumps,expect to weld on on another bracket to the dump tube to keep it from separating.
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I've been running AMS DP for years without any issues. Have not read about anybody else having issues either. Not sure where your information comes from..

Nice numbers BTW OP. I've heard good things about RRE. However when I contacted them about doing my clutch they seemed to have an ego and were a little rude IMO.
Jon (Bakaunchi) and Ralph at 5150 have always been very nice to me and do great work so that is the shop I recommend these days.
Good luck with your car!

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I've been running AMS DP for years without any issues. Have not read about anybody else having issues either. Not sure where your information comes from..

Nice numbers BTW OP. I've heard good things about RRE. However when I contacted them about doing my clutch they seemed to have an ego and were a little rude IMO.
Jon (Bakaunchi) and Ralph at 5150 have always been very nice to me and do great work so that is the shop I recommend these days.
Good luck with your car!

Thanks man i really appreciate the love . yeah and im not sure where that guy^^^ got the info that the ams dp was a issue ever? ive onlly ever heard good things from that product.

would you recomend doing my injectors and if so what size:? and woulkd it make a difference?

also ive only heard great things from both shops, no issues with both .
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No need to do injectors or fuel pump until you either go E85 or upgrade the turbo.
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Ditch the AMS downpipe and get a ETS or MAP open dump. I made 361/362 with the same mods as you only difference being I have 02 dump. Same dyno as well
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For sure more power to be had with open dump, but you have the noise factor as well. Some may be ok with that and some may not. I personally would rather sacrifice a little power to have a quieter car. To each his own.
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2015 Evo FE English racing tune


Map uicp, ets intake, ets 3.5 front mount, map test pipe, gs 3 port, ets open dump dp, ap bov. 360 whp /353 torque
Originally Posted by godlikelol View Post
2015 evo final edition was tuned last night at RRE 10/10/2016
and made 341whp/350tq 25psi here are all the mods and the graphs
very happy with how they tuned my car and the care that they took on it
and very happy with the customer service they also gave me through out the whole process. would def recommend road race engineering.


ets fmic 3'5"
ets licp
ets uicp
ets intake 5" k&n filter
ams widemouth downpipe
ets race pipe
ets catback v2 quiet
aem 320 fuel pump
grimspeed ebcs

what do you guys think?

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Map uicp, ets intake, ets 3.5 front mount, map test pipe, gs 3 port, ets open dump dp, ap bov. 360 whp /353 torque

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