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PRESSERtech Kia Stinger GT Dyno RESULTS!!

Discussion in 'The Ultimate Kia Stinger Tuning Forum' started by PRESSERtech LLC, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. PRESSERtech LLC

    PRESSERtech LLC United States Member

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    Wow Jonathan. That is a tough one for sure. You are obviously a man of great character. I'm sure we could all learn something from you. Good luck sir.
     
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  2. Never thought

    Never thought United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    So maybe I missed it but are your numbers from the crank or wheels? How would someone who lives out of state do this?
     
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  3. PRESSERtech LLC

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    We code within the same software version so the chances of them knowing you have a tune at the service level are low but certainly not impossible. If it is ever overwritten by the dealer, will will reflash the ECU for free. You just pay for shipping. The same goes if you ever want to put the car back to stock. We will keep your original tune and the performance tune on file for 5 years from the time of purchase. This is not just something we say because we're new on this forum, it goes for every tune regardless of car brand. Cheers.
     
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  4. PRESSERtech LLC

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    Both sets of numbers are on the report at the top of the thread but the process is simple. You remove your ECU, ship it to us. We will tune it and turn it around within 24 hours (weekdays) and send it back. It's very simple.
     
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    Never thought United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    Ok so 393 at the wheels (50 or so HP increase) and what looks like power loss under 4500 RPM? Am I reading the dyno right?
     
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  6. SteveCo

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    The graph is a single dyno result, with a line each for HP and torque. Torque gradually falls off as HP climbs, so the lines cross around the 4500 mark. Make sure you read the correct values for each curve (on each side of the graph).
     
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  7. Never thought

    Never thought United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    Thank you!!!
     
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  8. SteveCo

    SteveCo Canada Active Member

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    Also, the 365 HP number published by Kia is at the crank. Once you add the approximate powertrain losses back into the graphed result of 393 WHP, the apparent HP gain is much more, closer to 100 HP than 50 - assuming the stock setup would have matched Kia's published number on that dyno.
     
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    Never thought United States Stinger Enthusiast

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    It’s hard to say and see how the power curve is compared to stock without a dyno run on the same car without the tune.
     
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  10. PRESSERtech....will you sell a spare ECU with your tunning???
     
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  11. KLR STINGER

    KLR STINGER Canada Active Member

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    Was this AWD or RWD?
     
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  12. PRESSERtech LLC

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    Absolutely, we are trying to find a good source for stock computers. In the meantime, you are welcome to source one yourself and send us both computers. We will leave your orig stock and flash the new computer with your cars immobilizer data and program data, ghen tune it!
     
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    PRESSERtech LLC United States Member

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    This was a RWD Stinger
     
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  14. Schumi Jr

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    Stock plugs? No regap?
     
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  15. PRESSERtech LLC

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    No sir! We have developed this with no adjustments needed to plugs. We have 1000 miles on our tune and counting with no issues
     
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  16. Schumi Jr

    Schumi Jr United States Member Sustaining Member

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    Wow. Good for you guys.
     
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  17. robz32

    robz32 United States Stinger Enthusiast Staff Member Moderator

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    Very impressive guys. Keep up the great work.
     
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  18. junesrig

    junesrig United States Member Sustaining Member

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    Any issues with CEL?
     
  19. PRESSERtech LLC

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    No, we have put 1k miles on car. When we calibrate the software with our tune we keep adjust the parameters to turn on cel. Basically, the cel will come on just like it would if there was a problem in factory flash. From what i have read the cel probs seem to occur with piggyback modules. This is an ECU calibration.
     
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  20. junesrig

    junesrig United States Member Sustaining Member

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    Thank you, just wanted to know, would not want the check engine light driving me crazy.
     
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