2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Performance Mods Discussion, 3.6 DI Tuning Software...anyone use it yet? in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; http://www.kpe-products.com/cart/ind...r=ASC&itemid=7
Has anyone used this product yet? Is it tunable? and if KPE chimes in...is this tuned for 93 octane?...
I'm with you on this. KPE (Bob), I'm a huge fan! Love the intake so far and its great that you were able to deliver the dyno sheets on the intake.
The exhaust you guys have to offer looks like it could be great, same goes w/ the software tune. But we need more (needy cadillac owners).
Dyno sheet and video would be great. Shoot, if you cut me a sweet deal on the exhaust and/or tune, i'll make the video for you! :-D
Have been using the Trifecta for over a year now with excellent results....especially when turbo charging and super charging the 3.6 DI motors. Have to email the logs and wait for tweaks via email, but other than that excellent. No experiance with any other.
As far as I know, Trifecta is the only company supporting the 3.6DI motors. However, HP Tuners has decided to get into the game after seeing how many tunes we've been selling. So who knows when they'll have something out, but they said it's coming.
We are a Beta tuner for HPtuners and have 2012 capabilities, but to date Vince & Trifecta are the ones I trust. He has done all the tunes on our twin turbo 3.6 DI and were in the mid 500 HP range to date. Also does our twin turbo, single turbo, and super charged 3.6 DI tunes
Just got tuned today by Bad News Racing using the Trifecta tune. Jerry did a great job with the tune and explaining all about it. Jerry did a quick data log, emailed it to Vince @Trifecta using his cell (Vince was waiting for it), and Vince sent an update to personalize my tune. Absolutely great response now. With traction control turned off will now chirp tires into second gear. Nice firm shifts, seems to wake up the engine. I have to say it is well worth the money. They include free updates for any upgrades I add to the car. Well done BNR and thank you Vince!