dont you also have genesis coupe 19's????... or was that a different guy
yeah, I have them... added to thread.dont you also have genesis coupe 19's????... or was that a different guy
no, I got rid of the NSPP... sold it to 06sonata_marki recall riceR saying hes getting rid of his reflash
So what did you get???I downloaded torque for my android... we'll see what I can come up with for the 1/4 mile.
Looking forward to the dyno results.It was around 220hp... although I'm not sure how accurate it is. I couldn't get the 1/4 mile in b/c a car turned onto the road and I slowed down just before hitting 60... I should have just kept it going beyond just to get the 0-60 but I didn't get a chance to do it again. It surprised me because I spun the 19s all through 1st gear, and those are much heavier than the stock 17s.
This Friday I have a possible dyno session. The guy needs to get back from SEMA in Vegas first, so we'll see.
edit: I was able to roughly calculate the 0-60 from the logs I had... about 7 secs with wheel spin throughout 1st gear. Need sticky tires.
That's pretty cool. Thanks for the update.Got the dyno done. The ambient temp in the dyno was about 75F. 1st run (red) was with the stock ecu in 3rd gear. 2nd run was with stock ecu again but in 4th gear. It got 199hp that run, but the guy didn't save it as I only bought 3 pulls - come on man! He also said that 4th was too fast as he said it was close to 150mph. I also noticed that it smelled a sort of burning smell after that 4th gear run... so I told the guy to just run the rest in 3rd and it smelled normal again... So the last 2 pulls (blue/green) are with the flashed ecu.
A few things I noticed with the flashed ecu:
- The car didn't seem to run correctly the first pull
- Thats alot of low end torque!
- ecu seemed to adjust better as it went on
- Really lean ~ 13... stock was around 12
Final thoughts: My assumptions about the ecu needing time to adjust seems to be true... The second run with the flashed ecu ran much better. @ ~2.2k rpm +20hp and +55 tq vs stock. That's why I'm able to spin those 19s! LOL. As expected, low end is way better, and top end is a wee bit better +4hp and +3tq. Maybe if I go back, I might get better numbers once the ecu is settled in, especially at the top end... but I don't live in the top end much, so low end is much better for me I'm pretty satisfied... now its time to find some sticky tires
I'm sure they can do it... talk to Jay @ SFR.Wow. Lol! I wonder if they can flash an ecu for my '06, I'm not sure what year Hyundai changed things up on the motor for more power. Thanks for having it done and sharing!