G'Day Mate,I noticed that the Dyno tests for the 91 and 95 octane tunes on the Raptor website are compared to the same (exactly the same) baseline data, presumably stock tune running 91 octane fuel. I would also assume that the 95 octane tune was run with 95 octane fuel, so the comparison given is probably not fair. Anyway, looking at these the 91 octane tune looks to be pretty beneficial in the range I usually operate (< 3500 rpm). Comments?
Gday Norm,I'll be interesting to see if there is any difference to fuel economy.
Stays the same would be fine, improves would be a bonus, at our fuel prices (£1.25/litre) a decrease would be hard.Gday Norm,
I am curious too...
But at the same ...it is what it is.
The general consensus appears to be economy either improves or remains the same, depending on your right foot.
I'll be checking my consumption for a while. And will revert with results.
The trick is not to look at consumption ....ever....and just enjoy the extra power and performance...Stays the same would be fine, improves would be a bonus, at our fuel prices (£1.25/litre) a decrease would be hard.
G'Day Cliffy,Baz, Your description sounds a lot like what I notice with my s/c. All in a tune at about 1/5 the price.
I do hope they get a Maggie/TRD tune eventually. Dam carb compliant tunes bringing down my gains.