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Need help w/ tuning

aidanbk1

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1G Genesis Coupe (2009-2016)
Hello, this is my first thread on the genesis forums! I own a 2011 Gen coupe 2.0t, my turbo is near blown so I purchased the ATP Garrett bolt on cat/manifold turbocharger instead of getting a stock one because why not more power right? Will be installing it very soon and it seems to me I can only find that a Haltech Stand Alone ecu is my only tuning option but its near $1500, plus dyno time/labor. I dont have that kind of cash laying around so let me know if you can help me out. Thanks :)

Link for turbo: ATP Garrett 350HP Turbo | 2010-2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T (ATP-HG

Mods:
Injene CAI
Free flowing exhaust
ISR Intercooler
ATP Garrett Turbo Upgrade
 

joschneider

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Genesis Model Type
Genesis G70
Hello, this is my first thread on the genesis forums! I own a 2011 Gen coupe 2.0t, my turbo is near blown so I purchased the ATP Garrett bolt on cat/manifold turbocharger instead of getting a stock one because why not more power right? Will be installing it very soon and it seems to me I can only find that a Haltech Stand Alone ecu is my only tuning option but its near $1500, plus dyno time/labor. I dont have that kind of cash laying around so let me know if you can help me out. Thanks :)

Link for turbo: ATP Garrett 350HP Turbo | 2010-2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T (ATP-HG

Mods:
Injene CAI
Free flowing exhaust
ISR Intercooler
ATP Garrett Turbo Upgrade
you gotta pay to play. there is no way to put a larger turbo on without getting a tune. dyno time and labor will cost you at least another grand on top of that ECU. I had better results in my 2010 Genesis Coupe by keeping the stock turbo and getting a canned flash tune. No idea who is still doing those nowadays though
 

aidanbk1

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1G Genesis Coupe (2009-2016)
you gotta pay to play. there is no way to put a larger turbo on without getting a tune. dyno time and labor will cost you at least another grand on top of that ECU. I had better results in my 2010 Genesis Coupe by keeping the stock turbo and getting a canned flash tune. No idea who is still doing those nowadays though
Yeah I figured. I am curious to know if companies like SFR or BTR can tune my ecu.
 
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