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    Thread: What does the c2motorsports sri software do?

    1. 04-23-2012 11:20 PM #1
      How much max hp will I get if I have a 6 speed automatic 2.5 with the sri manifold and the c2 sri software?

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      04-23-2012 11:45 PM #2
      It all depends on what you have going on under the hood. It may not be the best bang for your buck. Give C2 a call they can explain it all in detail.

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      04-24-2012 06:27 AM #3
      No dyno yet from their set up. Plus automatics are limited.
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    4. 04-24-2012 01:35 PM #4
      Because of the limited rpms of the 6at you may not see the most gains from the manifold. No doubt you will see a nice AUC but peak power will likely be around 170whp.

      Better idea: intake, test pipe, UM tune, the 3 most effective mods, big gains for around 700 dollars

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      04-24-2012 03:47 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by Vash350z View Post
      Because of the limited rpms of the 6at you may not see the most gains from the manifold. No doubt you will see a nice AUC but peak power will likely be around 170whp.

      Better idea: intake, test pipe, UM tune, the 3 most effective mods, big gains for around 700 dollars
      I'm not too sure how you did your math here...but I doubt peak powere would be that close to stock. And since no one has taken the time to explain this...

      The SRI benefits are seen primarily at higher RPMs. I think the low end gains aren't as noticeable. Look for my thread with the video of the SRI vs non-SRI. You can see that we are neck and neck until he hits higher RPMs.

    6. 04-24-2012 03:58 PM #6
      Expect around 740whp from the SRI and tune....

    7. 04-24-2012 04:00 PM #7
      ....... but after you wake up, you're looking in the ball park of around 185-207ish. We haven't gotten a full dyno on it yet BUT will have one soon.

      So far, this is what numbers we do have:

      C2 SRI / Competitor Tune: 207whp with supporting mods.
      Competitor SRI / C2 Tune: 202whp with supporting mods.

      We will be getting numbers out soon! If you have any more questions, shoot me a pm, email, or call at 502-895-3660

    8. 04-24-2012 04:51 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by itskohler View Post
      I'm not too sure how you did your math here...but I doubt peak powere would be that close to stock. And since no one has taken the time to explain this...

      The SRI benefits are seen primarily at higher RPMs. I think the low end gains aren't as noticeable. Look for my thread with the video of the SRI vs non-SRI. You can see that we are neck and neck until he hits higher RPMs.
      Peak wheel hp...the dynos of the current sri cars show 170whp at around 6000rpm

      C2 ever considered a flash to allow automatic owners to take advantage of the sri?

    9. 04-24-2012 05:04 PM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by Vash350z View Post
      Peak wheel hp...the dynos of the current sri cars show 170whp at around 6000rpm

      C2 ever considered a flash to allow automatic owners to take advantage of the sri?
      It would take us getting an automatic car here at our facility so we can do real world tests... that would be the best thing, honestly.

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      04-24-2012 05:05 PM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by Vash350z View Post
      Peak wheel hp...the dynos of the current sri cars show 170whp at around 6000rpm

      C2 ever considered a flash to allow automatic owners to take advantage of the sri?
      Where are you finding your information? Multiple cars proven 200 plus...

    11. 04-24-2012 08:18 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by itskohler View Post
      Where are you finding your information? Multiple cars proven 200 plus...
      At 7000rpm, auto car will shift at 6000(ish) rpm.

      In my opinion, at this time the best 3 mods for an automatic car are intake, test pipe, tune
      Last edited by Vash350z; 04-24-2012 at 08:21 PM.

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