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    2black is offline Hasn't posted much yet... What I drive: 1G Genesis 5.0 V8 R-Spec Sedan
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    Default 2014 R-spec 5.0 BTR TCU and ECU dyno results

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    I finally was able to take my R-spec to the dyno after purchasing both the TCU and ECU from Bloodtype Racing. Ive posted the results on Youtube as follows:



    The long and short of it is that but for the cold start issues the car is very responsive and appears to be better in every dynamic. The lazy responsiveness of the transmission is vastly improved and the car is almost were it really should've been from the start. I think that this vehicle has vastly more capability but as everyone knows we are limited by interest.

    I did previously dyno the vehicle last year with the RC2 intake and magnaflow achieving 361.93 hp and 350.31 lb ft of torque so the BTR tune at least for my vehicle yielded roughly 25 hp and 25 lbft of torque at the wheels.


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    Default Re: 2014 R-spec 5.0 BTR TCU and ECU dyno results

    Great results!!! What are the "cold start " issues? Any other idiosyncrasies? What was your total $$ outlay for each module? Any problems installing them?

    I think 25 rwhp gain is seat noticeable, particularily since you have a comparison with basic mods. Assume same shop did both pulls.

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    Default Re: 2014 R-spec 5.0 BTR TCU and ECU dyno results

    The car is definitely more linear in its responsiveness and yes you can most definitely feel the difference. Especially the lazy shifting of the oem set up when planting the gas. The starting issues causes me to having to hold the button down for a few seconds instead of a brief push and go. But for the increase in performance its a nuisance that Im willing to deal with.

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    Default Re: 2014 R-spec 5.0 BTR TCU and ECU dyno results

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    Awesome thank you !

    the Stability control always pissed me off when I wanted to do 0-60 glad they disabled that with the TC switch !

    $1600 is too rich for my blood if I still had the Rspec.
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