GEN 2 COBB Accessport - Tuned by GooseTuned

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For those of you who follow my YouTube channel, what would you guys like to see content wise?

I’d like to make more than just tuning videos, but I want to make it about things you guys want to watch. Doesn’t necessarily need to be tuning related, just not sure how many people would want a day in the life of type video.

Here’s my channel by the way:
 

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Day in the life video would be cool. Gotta know your secrets to freaky fast replies ;)

I think tech Q&A videos would be interesting too. You could explain everything from changing timing, charge air, fuel types, knock, etc.

The customer videos are great too, definitely keep those coming!
 

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Second the tech talk. I know it can be boring for those who just want an end result, but many of us shop that way. I asked around and picked my questions carefully measurring vendors responses to my tuning questions. Which lend me to GT and a happy customer.
 

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@GooseTuned - Read something about turbo engine lugging and low-speed pre ignition. Is that something addressed by your tune?
I am a newbie to that topic, so feel free to explain something more if you know!
 

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@GooseTuned - Read something about turbo engine lugging and low-speed pre ignition. Is that something addressed by your tune?
I am a newbie to that topic, so feel free to explain something more if you know!

I haven't had any issues with LSPI, but there are tables that address it (even on the stock tune). That's something that happens with DI vehicles. This truck tends to handle it better than most
 

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I kinda want to make the jump to E85. I have a pump close enough to me that it's not inconvenient to go there every time to get E85. However, I don't really like the idea of having to switch the HPFP every time if I needed to go back to 91 for longer road trips.

It sounds like I definitely will have to switch the fuel pumps if going from E85 to 91, along with the reflash, but I don't know why I have had some people say that they don't need to change their fuel pump when switching from E85 to 91 and vice versa. Are those handful of people who are saying they don't have to switch just misinformed or not telling the truth/whole story, haha.
 

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I kinda want to make the jump to E85. I have a pump close enough to me that it's not inconvenient to go there every time to get E85. However, I don't really like the idea of having to switch the HPFP every time if I needed to go back to 91 for longer road trips.

It sounds like I definitely will have to switch the fuel pumps if going from E85 to 91, along with the reflash, but I don't know why I have had some people say that they don't need to change their fuel pump when switching from E85 to 91 and vice versa. Are those handful of people who are saying they don't have to switch just misinformed or not telling the truth/whole story, haha.
You do not have to switch pumps to switch tunes. The pump is a higher flow rate pump to handle the amount flow of E85 but when running 91 it does it with ease. It’s like a 800hp car will get down the road fast and will also cruise down the road with ease at slower speeds.
 

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You do not have to switch pumps to switch tunes. The pump is a higher flow rate pump to handle the amount flow of E85 but when running 91 it does it with ease. It’s like a 800hp car will get down the road fast and will also cruise down the road with ease at slower speeds.

Yep exactly. The only thing you need to do is change fuel then change to the tune needed for that fuel!
 
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