Delicious Tuning - VR30TT Stage 2 Package, includes everything you need to reflash your vehicle. Using California 91 Octane fuel the tune adds increased torque across the board and smooths out the powerband and increases power under the curve. In order to use the Stage 2 tune it is recommended to run a full turbo back exhaust system to take advantage of all the available power. You may (if you so choose) change the cat back exhaust system with a similar free flowing exhaust and this will not affect the tune.
Our Stage 2 reflash smooths out the entire band, offers a linear power curve and improves the low end torque and response while maintaining a very powerful, consistent and reliable tune. The numbers represented in the below are based on the OEM intake system. We have found aftermarket intakes are not necessary for getting the performance you desire out of the vehicle, although we can cater to any intake system.
Included in Complete Package Purchase
Delicious Tuning Stage 2 Tune
EcuTeK Bluetooth Programming Kit
EcuTeK ProECU License
One datalog review on initial tune provided
One tweak/update/revision within 10 days from the date of purchase
Figures are based on California 91 Octane Fuel for Manual or Automatic Transmissions & Full Header Back Exhaust System and Intake
Peak Horsepower Increase: +40-60 wheel horsepower
Peak Torque Increase: +90-110 wheel torque
Maximum Horsepower Gains: +80-100 wheel horsepower @ 2800 RPM
Maximum Torque Gains: +120-140 wheel torque @ 2800 RPM
PowerBand Expanded: +500 RPM's (by nearly eliminating the dip)
Notable Improvements in drivability
Improved Torque Even Below 3000 RPM
Smoother Power Delivery
Better Throttle Response
Linear Power Curve
Additional Updates/Revisions Available for Purchase
Updates/Revisions/Tweaks remote service work available
Turnaround Time on Tunes
Due to the heavy demand for tunes all tunes ordered online, orders may take up to 3 business days to process, but this is not a guarantee. This means a tune ordered on Friday may be delivered as late as midnight Wednesday the following week as Saturday and Sunday are considered non-business days.