Thanks for the info but kinda outdated..
I've seen a couple mentions of CL. What is it?Good research suprajones. There are some third party dyno numbers from other members you should check out on CL if you haven't already I would do your research on the SRT and single stage intake products
CL = Club LexusI've seen a couple mentions of CL. What is it?
I would do a search with how the SRT ECU works, I'm sure it is on here or CL.The SRT intake also comes with the ECU mod that adjusts air to fuel ratio. Anyone knows how the ECU mod is installed? is it just plug and play and where the ports are? also, is the JOE Z intake similar to the SRT one only without the ECU mod?? Im confused as i'm hearing good things about JOE Z and less good things about SRT
If you do the DIY stock intake mod and add the Joe Z pipe, it is still not the same as adding the SRT intake.Thanks Big Mike... This therefore means that if I was to do the DIY intake mod which is on another thread, and install a Joe Z intake, it would do the same job excpet for the ECU mod the SRT intake has"?
Gain is measured at the wheels. AEM posts their dyno sheets on the web when they release a kit for sale.
I know a couple of the engineers at AEM. The company is very hard core about being honest on their published stats. And, they actually publish an average of three pulls, instead of the best one like some companies do.