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Well looking through the many different sites on line I came across lingenfelter.com which has a sick 2005 corvette c6. I am just going to give you guys the link, but let me say this if you where to ever come across one of these run in the opposite direction, unless they make this kit for us...
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They're working on a bunch of packages for the GTO. They already have a cold air intake (which works very well) and they've done one turbo package. Expect good things in the future from them.
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Yeah this company is located about 45 minutes from me, it's just sick what they can produce. My father had some work done to his '69 Camaro SS a few years back, he was producing 475 HP at the rear wheel - now that I have the Goat I wish he hadn't sold it as we could go out cruising on Sundays.
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Me too!!!

I have their CAI, and I agree that it works very well. I didn't post a pix, cause there's already alot out there. It looks just like all the other pix..
The bad part having that is, 1: The wheel hop is worse, gotta fix it now.... 2:Now I am wondering what a 90mm throttle body would do for me, then there's H/C packages behind that,, etc, etc, etc..
The mod bug seems to bite a little harder each time.
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Max - How did the Predator Tune work out for you. Notice any difference? Was it worth it?
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My dad has a 01 Zo6 427 TT with 700 hp, it's a bad ass ride. he has over 100k in the car, but they do grat work.

04 Red / black 6 spd GTO
K & N cold air kit

93 T/A A4 with lots of mods
12.41 @ 109 1.71 60'
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Predator tune

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Max - How did the Predator Tune work out for you. Notice any difference? Was it worth it?
I am still waiting for my custom tune. However, I have run the car with and without the 92 octane tune that comes programmed into the predator when you get it.
I did notice an improvement w/the Predator tune. Nothing spectacular, but a smoother idle, and a little smoother, faster pull through 2nd and 3rd mid-range. I do not have a cheap and/or accessable dyno to check the differences. I might try to do that once I get the stuff up and running the way I want it.
I don't think the tune that comes with the Predator is worth the price of the unit. But, in defense of the unit, I have yet to use the troubleshooting/code clearing capacity of the unit, and as I said, I am still waiting for my custom tune.
I have heard that I can expect to receive the file to install the custom tune sometime this weekend. I plan to start a thread when I get a chance to try it out, and formulate my opinion.

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