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    H6088 is the perfect Gamecock color!

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    Well, I am a little biased. Love the color. Name:  13705.jpg
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    You could always invest in the Whipple 875hp set up and have it tuned to 903hp - then you have the impressive Shelby Look with SuperCar performance that the suspension and braking were designed for. 6000 miles and every bit of fun imaginable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YBLEHSGT350 View Post
    You could always invest in the Whipple 875hp set up and have it tuned to 903hp - then you have the impressive Shelby Look with SuperCar performance that the suspension and braking were designed for. 6000 miles and every bit of fun imaginable.
    Just curious and random question man. With your set up are you still on the stock clutch? If so are you running the stock or steeda spring?
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    McLeod RXT Twin Disc and lightweight Aluminum flywheel. Easy to manage and feels stock but doesn't slip through the power band as the stock one did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HELLFIRE View Post
    Yea man the proflex commander seems to be an awesome addition without worry to your factory warranty. Since there is no 93 octane out west, when I move I think I'm going to pick this up. I just read about it on there website and watched women.driven you tube videos on it and it seems great. Plus it does a better job of getting you your true read out of ethanol and seems to put out more horsepower then the traditional lund tune.
    Definitely an awesome awesome product it seems.
    Move east we have 93 octane everywhere at about $3.50 a gallon (summer price).

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    Quote Originally Posted by zstansel View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HELLFIRE View Post
    Yea man the proflex commander seems to be an awesome addition without worry to your factory warranty. Since there is no 93 octane out west, when I move I think I'm going to pick this up. I just read about it on there website and watched women.driven you tube videos on it and it seems great. Plus it does a better job of getting you your true read out of ethanol and seems to put out more horsepower then the traditional lund tune.
    Definitely an awesome awesome product it seems.
    Move east [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.gt350.org/forum/images/smilies/smile.png[/IMG] we have 93 octane everywhere at about $3.50 a gallon (summer price).
    I live in crap upstate NY already - can't wait to never look at snow again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HELLFIRE View Post
    Plus it does a better job of getting you your true read out of ethanol and seems to put out more horsepower then the traditional lund tune.
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    There is absolutely no evidence it produces more power than a Lund flex tune. If that were true it would mean that the changes to cam timing, ignition timing, and fuel maps that Lund does make the car slower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 65sohc View Post
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    Plus it does a better job of getting you your true read out of ethanol and seems to put out more horsepower then the traditional lund tune.
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    There is absolutely no evidence it produces more power than a Lund flex tune. If that were true it would mean that the changes to cam timing, ignition timing, and fuel maps that Lund does make the car slower.
    Yes my mistake. The added power came from the proflex commander with the lund tune and jlt intake. She put 19 more hp to the wheels after adding the proflex in conjunction with the lund tune.
    And it also gives you a more true ethanol read out percentage then the n guage
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    I saw her video. If I'm not mistaken not only were the runs done on different days but on different dynos as well. As far as the ethanol percentage being measured more accurately, if there is a difference it is insignificant. The Lund tune measures ETOH the same way the millions of Ford flex fuel vehicles do. I've had the Lund flex tune for more than two years. I always buy e85 from the same pump and the learned percentage never varies by more than 0.1%. I think the Proflex Commander is a cool piece of equipment with the advantage of being easily removed. Performance wise a Lund tune would almost have to be better. Again, not all the performance comes just from the fuel. After all, a tune alone on normal 93 will gain 20+ hp, not to mention more than that in low to midrange torque.

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