59+hp and 88lbs of torque on 93 octane tune alone!

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  1. Livernois Motorsports

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    Did you just get the tuner? Normally we recommend getting the pre gapped plugs as well as our thermostat and the 3 bar map sensor at least, they all go pretty hand in hand for performance as well as stability of the vehicle!
     
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    I've got a 3 bar on the way also.
     
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    I was under the impression 59 hp and 88 torque on your otherwise stock vehicle meant i could do just the tune.
     
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    Yes you can just do the tune but the 3bar map sensor will help the vehicle alot where it will currently drop off in power
     
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    Im sure you will be extremely happy with the product!
     
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    Update! These numbers are actually at the wheels and here is the dyno graph as well








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    Just sent my ecu strategy and sw part id in. How long does it usually take? Thanks






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    About 48 hours normally!
     
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    All I see are red ex's

    On that, I am curious to know what the folk over at Livernois were able to pull out of an SHO with a v11 tune file.
     
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    Remind me...do we have to pay for an updated tune? I kinda want to go back to the newest 93 tune now that I have full exhaust and over 2 years until my next emissions test (ps Livermore guys...i just turned it back to stock, it was easier than trying to mess with your tune file).
     
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    No, you do not have to pay for a tune update.
     
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    What is the difference between the V10 and V11 tunes?
     
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    No charge for updated tunes!
     
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    Just some calibration changes, a little bit different shifting as well
     
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