" [QUOTE=mjmarovi;559723]Ok...so power gains are similar to the JB4 or a Cobb with a protune. Maybe a little more power, but that's just being a little aggressive to get an extra ~20whp without doing other upgrades.
I'll be honest that price does seem extremely high considering the Cobb Flash is $900 and offers a handheld that can be used for other features including datalogging. What do you offer in terms of re-flashing/tuning for additional upgrades and doing custom tuning depending on the location the vehicle will be used in?
See, basically what we are looking at is a the product of a very aggressive custom tune on one particular vehicle. So not only are those gains not going to be consistent using that same flash for other cars wherever they are, but it's not even safe or recommended.
I'm sure you have all of this thought out, but I am simply expressing concerns others would have as well. We just need more info, any new product especially from a company with a great reputation is going to catch some attention. The price really adds to attention because we would want to know what the advantages are. From the information you've posted so far...there are only disadvantages seen. The way it feels now is if I were to send my ECU in to you (major pain to do in itself plus additional costs) and have you flash it with some tune you got off of a test car, and send it back to me. How is that any better than buying a Cobb and using an Off The Shelf aggressive tune? Except for with the Cobb you can datalog some street pulls, and make adjustments yourself, or go to a Cobb pro-tuner in your area. Or, Pro-Tuning Freaks e-tune.
I'm sorry if it comes off as me being offensive, but I assure you I am doing nothing but trying to help and lay out all concerns and questions the majority of this platforms' users would have.
Thank you and looking forward to your response, "