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Default 2016 SHO 3.5 ecoboost - 10-22-2020, 04:41 PM

Just picked up an SHO and purchased some good warranty so don't want to flash the car till that's up. I have a jb4 on my S3 and love it but haven't been able to find any Information, dynos, YouTube vids anything of an SHO running a jb4. Anybody on here got 1/4miles, dynos, vids or any info on this
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Default 10-23-2020, 11:05 AM

I have one on my 16' SHO. We haven't strapped it to a dyno yet but it's definitely a nice gain. The car seems to do well with a blend of E85. I have run map 5 with 6-7 gallons of E85 with the rest 91 and it runs great. My best Dragy time is 12.6 down from 13.8 stock. All else stock, including the heavy wheels and stock tires. Some lighter wheels and stickier tires would help it a lot. The wheels still spin at launch with the ESC disabled. I'm so used to it now that when I turned it off, the car felt like something was wrong with it. Hopefully we will get that AWD dyno in and we can post it but it's VERY noticable and map 5 HAULS! I would start with the default map, and go up from there based on the fuel you use. Even map 1 and 2 are quite dramatic over stock.
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Default 10-23-2020, 11:10 AM

Ok sweet thanks for the reply. I might actually cancel my extended warranty and get a flash tune now but gonna wait and decide in spring. Livernois seems to have good reputation
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Default 10-23-2020, 01:46 PM

JB4 is a great option! Useful even if you do decide to flash tune later.


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