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Old January 18th, 2011, 06:52   #1
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Talking Stage II Malone tune

Anyone in/around Toronto with a Malone stage II tune? Also if you wouldn't mind dropping me on a stretch of road somewhere.

I want to see what "moderate to heavy smoke" is, and it is surprisingly hard to find a picture of.

Edit: Mark had a ~10 min response time to an email. Damn.

Edit 2: Never mind. Looks like without upgrading the turbo I shouldn't get higher then a stage 1.5 tune (due to boost creep). That means a clutch as well, and then a boost gauge, ugh next summer.
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Old January 18th, 2011, 08:47   #2
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on the PD's - good handful of guys running stock clutch and pushing at or almost 200hp. Clutch only really slipped when ignorant - low RPMs full throttle in 5th.

tune on that engine makes a nice bit of difference! well worth it! if you plan on getting wild with your ride a vag-com and flashzilla loader may be worthwhile also. Email tuning and the ability to log your car when you feel like it.
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Old January 18th, 2011, 09:33   #3
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tune on that engine makes a nice bit of difference! well worth it! if you plan on getting wild with your ride a vag-com and flashzilla loader may be worthwhile also. Email tuning and the ability to log your car when you feel like it.

Really? hhmmmm I like that, 200hp eh? I'll take that challenge.


I am thinking Vag-Com/Flashzilla is going to be the first purchase for me. Why can't fun stuff for cars be cheap?
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Old January 18th, 2011, 10:03   #4
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Really? hhmmmm I like that, 200hp eh? I'll take that challenge.


I am thinking Vag-Com/Flashzilla is going to be the first purchase for me. Why can't fun stuff for cars be cheap?
cause u gotta pay 2 play
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Old January 18th, 2011, 10:12   #5
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You can got for a ride in mine after I get my retune, I had to get the Glow plug recall done. Should be getting it all tuned by next weekend. It ran 130hp 235ft/lbs at the wheels November 2009 at the GTG.
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Old January 18th, 2011, 10:50   #6
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Really? hhmmmm I like that, 200hp eh? I'll take that challenge.


I am thinking Vag-Com/Flashzilla is going to be the first purchase for me. Why can't fun stuff for cars be cheap?
200hp isnt cheap at all:

turbo - ~$2500
exhaust - ~$1000
intercooler - ~$1000
tuning - ~$500
injectors - ~$500
labor - ~15 - 20hrs

All these are approximates and probably more on the cheap side of things.
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Old January 18th, 2011, 11:32   #7
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Don't forget tools, all the things I will break while learning, and tickets.

Edit:200hp is the goal, im hoping this year i can get it up to around ~150hp, see if I can get a new turbo before next winter, intercooler by the next spring (Winter acts as an ultralight intercooler right?).
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Old January 21st, 2011, 08:07   #8
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Call Brandon at DCB and do it! You will be pleased with the
difference in the performance... as for smoke I guess it will
depend on the car.

I have stock injectors, Malone II and a clutch upgrade... I
haven't seen any smoke out my back window when I step on it,
so far...

Just sign me REALLY PLEASED with my Malone tune from Brandon.

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Old January 21st, 2011, 08:50   #9
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Call Brandon at DCB and do it! You will be pleased with the
difference in the performance... as for smoke I guess it will
depend on the car.

I have stock injectors, Malone II and a clutch upgrade... I
haven't seen any smoke out my back window when I step on it,
so far...

Just sign me REALLY PLEASED with my Malone tune from Brandon.

Alan
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So I emailed Mark (he has like 10min response time, damn fast) and he mentioned there is a pretty solid chance of boost creep with a stage II, on a PD. I'm still getting use to which years were what motors, Is your jetta a PD? and if so do you notice any boost creep?
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