AED, PMAS, ARH, GT350IM/TB 6R80 OH MY!

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  1. Laztug

    Laztug Wanna run dyno slips bro?

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    Hey fellas, just thought I would share a quick video of my current setup.
    Shaun at AED (and the powers that be) have worked their magic on the GT350 TB and managed to tame the beast! Low RPM throttle response is spot on, even with the massive PMAS cai.

    I am currently running the FF idle lope tune, (video does the car no justice) and just can't get enough of it.:D I have NEVER had the car stumble or stall out on me. The R&D that goes into these tunes is impressive.
    I can't wait till we get out of this triple digit heat and get some runs in.

    I will try and get some WOT videos this weekend.

    Performance tune
    [ame]https://vimeo.com/179403031[/ame]

    idle lope tune
    [ame]https://vimeo.com/179413732[/ame]
     
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    Thanks for posting this. Good to see AED on board with the PMAS and GT350 TB. I used Shaun's tunes on my S197 and would like to use him on my S550.

    Can you help me with some questions?
    -Did you need anything to fit the PMAS to the larger TB?
    -What're Shaun's thoughts on the PMAS, TB, and both as a package?
    -Have you seen an increase in IATs?
    -If you had to do it all over again, what would you keep, skip, or would you retain all?
     
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    WhiteyDog WOOF!!!

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    Hmmm, good stuff, man.
     
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    Let's see some wide open throttle pulls on that thing.:headbang: I do think I've see a GT350 manifold pull video yet on a S-550.
     
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    Am thinking of doing the same and adding GT 350 IM & TB to go with my PMAS. I've got JDM tune but they said they never seen the PMAS intake, thankfully I have "no tune" PMAS so I could get JDM to update my tune based on still using stock intake. :)

    Good to see AED can also tune the 350 TB without issue. :)
     
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    Laztug Wanna run dyno slips bro?

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    My pmas cai kit came with strange mounting hardware for the coolant tank. (I believe that issue is fixed now). The PMAS cai was not built to work with the gt350 im. I had to leave some hoses out of place to reach the intake tube. Nothing longer hoses couldn't fix.
    I also went with a straight 4" coupler (VPE-2718) for the gt350 tb.
    Shaun had no issues getting the cai to work with the gt350 tb/im. After a few datalogs he had the car running better than I had expected.
    IATs (like any other open cai) do get higher than oem, but never enough to bother me. Once the car starts moving the pmas cai has no issues getting the temps down.
    If I could do it over again, I would not change a thing. I am a big fan of the combo.
    I just wish pmas would release a gt350 friendly intake tube.
     
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