2015 200c 3.6 tuning
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    Hello All! I am a new member and have been following threads on this forum for a while, so now I'm gonna post my experiences w my car, especially the tunes which I'm in the early stages of. So I currently have 50000 well maintained miles, no issues, and very happy, recently installed a magnaflow cat back system and also have a k&n cai and rpm torque tube. 93 octane and amsoil 5w20 since new. I will post some pics soon....feel free w any questions! Thanks!

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    Thanks! Waiting on a v-tuner kit which I believe is the hp tuners suite and a laptop so it can be tuned and tweaked remotely from RPM Motorsports in AZ. Have too read the stock file and send my spare pcm to hp tuners too be unlocked first, then we go from there! Keep ya posted

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    2015 200c 3.6 tuning-image.jpg2015 200c 3.6 tuning-image.jpg2015 200c 3.6 tuning-image.jpg The sleeper 200c!

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    Still waiting on the tuner, might wait until the spring if it doesn't show in the next week, getting too cold for average readings.
    So with the mods I have so far, the car sounds awesome. Exhaust is deep and mellow and still breaking in, getting louder. It's not obnoxious or glass pack sounding. The intake is louder than the exhaust when I'm on it. Throttle response is softer, very little back pressure now. Mileage is down a couple mpg around town but hgwy is up. Better midrange. Top end needs help, 4th gear seems forever plus it feels like the limiter starts kicking in accelerating hard just pass 100. Hope I get the tune completed in the upcoming weeks.

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    [QUOTE=Sleeper200c;636362]Click image for larger version. 

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    Oh yea....I got rid of those granny Goodyear 215/55's and put on some hankook 225/50's. Much better!!! And a little shorter than stock for a little lower gear effect heehee
    Speedo off a few big whoop but odometer goin up faster too. Ooof

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    Oh yea....I got rid of those granny Goodyear 215/55's and put on some hankook 225/50's. Much better!!! And a little shorter than stock for a little lower gear effect heehee
    Speedo off a few big whoop but odometer goin up faster too. Ooof
    235/50-17 are the same height as the stock 215/55-17, that's what I switched too, looks much better and traction is improved too.
    2015 200C FWD, 3.6L, 8.4AN, K&N drop-in, 15% ceramic tint, Hidden Content , Philips CrystalVision Ultra (9012 & H11, 4000K), Hidden Content , 235/50-17 tires on stock 17" wheels, Hidden Content Hidden Content .

    I'm done with this car, too many Hidden Content , I will get me a used Genesis G70 when my extended warranty from CarMax expires.

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    235/50-17 are the same height as the stock 215/55-17, that's what I switched too, looks much better and traction is improved too.
    good choice! Those goodyears would howl w protest with just the slightest bit of aggression. The 215s were a bit better in the snow but now definitely improved handling and stability

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    The v-tuner showed! Yaaayy. Got the stock file read and emailed too hp tuners and my spare pcm is on its way too them. Scored one at local boneyard $50. Hoping too have the tune completed bye the end of month.

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    Got my pcm back this week and it's a-ok! Waitin on a call back from RPM to schedule the tune. If I can't get it done in the next week or so I think it will be to cold and possibly snow and will have too wait till spring. Hope not....stay tuned!

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