ProEFT Tuning - Compound Boosted Terminator

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Who’s the go to tuner for proEFI on a Compound TT 03/04 cobra? Fully built car w/th400 on E85/98.

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Any input on a respected ProEFI tuner would be appreciated. Car has Pro128 ECU with full sensor kit.
 
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There isn't gonna be a specific tuner for that. Any good tuner can tune that but any good tuner will tell u to remove the blower and leave the Turbos as its a restriction.

If it was so great everyone would be doing it. No one is doing it for a reason.

Lund or Chris Holmes would be my choice.
 

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There isn't gonna be a specific tuner for that. Any good tuner can tune that but any good tuner will tell u to remove the blower and leave the Turbos as its a restriction.

If it was so great everyone would be doing it. No one is doing it for a reason.

Lund or Chris Holmes would be my choice.

Bingo.
 

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My buddy made almost 1100 on e85 and meth, stock everything besides ARP headstuds

The argument is, you're wasting power to spin the blower which is essentially just an inefficient intake manifold at this point. Make the same or better power at lower boosts with just a correctly sized turbo and putting a lid on the stock lower. On a manual car there may be a argument for less drop between shifts (which can be avoided with not lift shift systems). With an auto complete waste in adding complexity.

Buuut, like mentioned above any decent tuner that can tune a boosted car can tune it.
 

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The argument is, you're wasting power to spin the blower which is essentially just an inefficient intake manifold at this point. Make the same or better power at lower boosts with just a correctly sized turbo and putting a lid on the stock lower. On a manual car there may be a argument for less drop between shifts (which can be avoided with not lift shift systems). With an auto complete waste in adding complexity.

Buuut, like mentioned above any decent tuner that can tune a boosted car can tune it.
Yes, we can all agree the blower is a restriction, but it's his build and still cool AF
 

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