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  • Rewell's Avatar
    Today, 09:33 AM
    I love seeing enthusiast-grade cards like that even though I'm never going to get one. I'm more concerned with bang for the buck value. Yeah, this card will give you 4k with ease. Do tell us how it went if you decide to go for it bro.
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    Today, 07:34 AM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum wilson.meier.
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    Yesterday, 09:52 PM
    Hey fraatti: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    I can pick a small city compared to the population of an entire country too...
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  • ecampbell's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
    Here is an example, how many cops were shot in the US this week. How many cops were stabbed in Adam in the past five years or shot in Adam in the past 10 years....i rest my case.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:08 PM
    What shooting deaths in my backyard? Amsterdam is having a lot of problems. You think this is the first stabbing? Weird they are chanting for Trump while Paris burns. Seems the world is laughing at Macron...
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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    Hey Ian-e36: :text-welcomewave:
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  • ecampbell's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    Are you serious...you can’t even control your backyard which has more shooting deaths on any given day than ADAM has non-lethal stabbings in what 10 years? trump continues to step on his dick and every country in the world is laughing at him. Next thing your going to tell me is that trump has arranged big trade concessions with china. on a serious note i believe trump means the best for the us in his heart but he is used to running private companies where he is not accountable to anyone.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    It was on you the IG post which they confirmed and highlighted your link to the thread on the forum. You're right though it was you. I just want to highlight this to be fair. I do not doubt you got more power. Your own butt can confirm it as can your tires. It's just we don't know how much or where in the powerband. You raise a valid point about Cobb's Stage 2 and Protuner efforts. Their whole 991.2 3.0 program seems to have various issues. Going back on that Mustang dyno makes sense and would certainly provide more useful data. Just don't expect a huge bump in output based on the Dynojet.
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    Yesterday, 07:33 PM
    Sticky, it was not Hydra that had no problem mentioning they retuned a Cobb car, it was 100% me. I completely agree it is not fair to say the hydra gave 30hp over cobb because different dynos were used and a baseline wasnt performed. I'm just mad cobb sold the world that their stage 2 tunes were right around the corner when they clearly were not (just like the rs3 and ttrs cobb tune release dilemma). Aside from better drivability there us certainly a increase in power. I'm going to redyno where the initial cobb tune was dynod to show the difference (other than atmospheric changes)....
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:22 PM
    PorscheBoost Porsche Performance Forum member @flsupraguy tuned his 991.2 GTS with Cobb and he did a bit of research concerning supporting mods on the forums. To be fair to Cobb, their OTS 991.2 3.0 tune is not designed to work in conjunction with all supporting mods. It is not surprising a car can develop driveability issues when you add in headers, a plenum, and a catless exhaust the tune was not designed around. The issue really comes down to the difference between something custom tailored for the application and a one-size fits all piece of software. Naturally, you want a custom tailored approach from a quality tuner when adding in supplemental modifications. Here is what @flsupraguy had to say: PorscheBoost does not doubt his impressions regarding driveability whatsoever. There is no doubt he is happier with the custom tune. PorscheBoost spoke with Hydra's tuner and he is knowledgeable and talented. No doubt a custom tune by a quality tuner will improve on an OTS tune. What is not fair to Cobb is that the re-tune is being portrayed as picking up 30+ horsepower. This is the Cobb baseline: Here is the Hydra result: Notice anything there? Something major like two completely different dynos? It is not fair to Cobb for the Hydra tune on a Dynojet to be portrayed as picking up 30 horsepower at the wheels versus Cobb on a Mustang dyno. PorscheBoost asked Hydra why they did not do a baseline overlay. They claimed they did not have time. Frankly, once the car is on the dyno the excuse about 'no time' doesn't hold water. Plus, if they did not do a baseline what exactly were they working from? There had to be some baseline pulls or subsequent pulls. There was not just one pull. Hydra had no problem mentioning they re-tuned a Cobb car yet if you are going to mention a competitor directly by name it is only fair to provide a proper baseline when making claims of improvement. Many other tuners do not even mention competitors they re-tune directly for the sake of professionalism or being seen as taking cheap shots. The fair area to criticize Cobb here is not in power output but in a lack of Stage 2 software and protuner options. Cobb's tuners are just as talented (if not more so) than others and have done custom tuning applications on the 991.2 3.0. Why Stage 2 and Protune applications for the 991.2 3.0 are taking so long to roll out from Cobb is anyone's guess. That certainly is not stopping some tuners from marketing at Cobb's expense in the meantime.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    PorscheBoost Porsche Performance Forum member @flsupraguy tuned his 991.2 GTS with Cobb and he did a bit of research concerning supporting mods on the forums. To be fair to Cobb, their OTS 991.2 3.0 tune is not designed to work in conjunction with all supporting mods. It is not surprising a car can develop driveability issues when you add in headers, a plenum, and a catless exhaust the tune was not designed around. The issue really comes down to the difference between something custom tailored for the application and a one-size fits all piece of software. Naturally, you want a custom tailored approach from a quality tuner when adding in supplemental modifications. Here is what @flsupraguy had to say: PorscheBoost does not doubt his impressions regarding driveability whatsoever. There is no doubt he is happier with the custom tune. PorscheBoost spoke with Hydra's tuner and he is knowledgeable and talented. No doubt a custom tune by a quality tuner will improve on an OTS tune. What is not fair to Cobb is that the re-tune is being portrayed as picking up 30+ horsepower. This is the Cobb baseline: Here is the Hydra result: Notice anything there? Something major like two completely different dynos? It is not fair to Cobb for the Hydra tune on a Dynojet to be portrayed as picking up 30 horsepower at the wheels versus Cobb on a Mustang dyno. PorscheBoost asked Hydra why they did not do a baseline overlay. They claimed they did not have time. Frankly, once the car is on the dyno the excuse about 'no time' doesn't hold water. Plus, if they did not do a baseline what exactly were they working from? There had to be some baseline pulls or subsequent pulls. There was not just one pull. Hydra had no problem mentioning they re-tuned a Cobb car yet if you are going to mention a competitor directly by name it is only fair to provide a proper baseline when making claims of improvement. Many other tuners do not even mention competitors they re-tune directly for the sake of professionalism or being seen as taking cheap shots. The fair area to criticize Cobb here is not in power output but in a lack of Stage 2 software and protuner options. Cobb's tuners are just as talented (if not more so) than others and have done custom tuning applications on the 991.2 3.0. Why Stage 2 and Protune applications for the 991.2 3.0 are taking so long to roll out from Cobb is anyone's guess. That certainly is not stopping some tuners from marketing at Cobb's expense in the meantime.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:46 PM
    DavidV what happened? Suddenly you stopped lecturing us: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45382557 Maybe you realized Trump was right?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
    The Nissan 350Z is a pretty old design at this point but it is also a very fun to drive sports car. The vehicle is well balanced and fairly light at ~3500 pounds depending on options. Mostly, the drivetrain is dated especially compared to newer Nissan vehicles making it underpowered by today's standards. The Hellcat V8 certainly is not underpowered with over 700 horsepower. This motor will not make the 350Z chassis better balanced or lighter but it will give a huge kick in the pants especially when it comes to torque. Does it fit? Kind of. It requires quite a bit of cutting into the car but this guy is determined to get it to fit in. A 350Z or 370Z with a Hellcat certainly sounds like fun on paper. In reality, it isn't simple to do. The owner is stuck at this point regarding how to proceed. Hopefully he figures it out. It is unfortunate Nissan will not consider a large naturally aspirated motor for the next generation Z as it certainly would be different from everything else on the market. It certainly is time for a new Z though and Nissan tipped their hand as to what they want to do.
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