The Cadillac CTS V is one of the most well-known, bang-for-your-buck, performance luxury sedans on the market today. Let’s take an in-depth look at each generation of the CTS V, as well as performance parts that we think makes it one of the best vehicles on the market today.
Learn how to modify your AFR Error Graph for your vehicle's tune.Read more »
Watching racers drive at top-speeds across the tracks and fighting to get to the quarter-mile first, we agree that this could be the exact release to cure road rage for a month. But for driver, Rick Erdman, it is a divine rite of passage...Read more »
After we cleaned up all the nails that Brett spilled in our last video… we got our hands dirty to see what this Dynojet 224xLC could do. Here’s an overview of the features and functionalities of our new dyno and why we have one in our shop. Part 2 - ‘the features’ - of our 2 part Dynojet series.Read more »
We’re tuners, teachers, programmers, and most of all, car enthusiasts. So we felt like kids on Christmas when we found out we were getting a brand new toy- a Dynojet 224xLC. And when it rolled in on the truck, we couldn’t wait to pry open the box and see what was inside.Read more »
The Plex Knock Monitor is an amazing device that, yes, may cost you money, but will pay itself off in no time, especially if you tune a lot of Heads/Cams and Forced Induction vehicles. This device has many great features and has saved me from switching fuels or doing huge diagnostics in the middle of a tune.Read more »
When using an oxygen sensor, the sensor has a heat-up time and a dead/off time. The heat-up time is the time needed to warm up so it can read correctly. Anytime you are wide open throttle the PCM once again goes into open loop, not caring what the oxygen sensor has to say. That is called our dead/off time.Read more »
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