Me personally Im going for bluefin in march when i renew my insurance. Its easy to use and you get low torque maps to stop the clutch slipping and if you want to go to stage 2 and beyond they send you them free of charge
any idea how stage 1 delivers its power? i've heared that bluefin stage 1 gives a lot of low down torque but runs out of puff a bit higher up the rev range, is this the same for collins?Well if we're going to be suggesting maps, i'll put forward Collins stage 1.
At the ensd of the day, stage 1 maps all give similar peak figures, its how they deliver the power that is different.
It depends what you're after. Some people prefer a big kick in the back, whereas others (me) prefer smooth maps with a large power band and flat torque curve.
Completely the opposite. It's a very balanced delivery of torque that holds up quite well through the revsany idea how stage 1 delivers its power? i've heared that bluefin stage 1 gives a lot of low down torque but runs out of puff a bit higher up the rev range, is this the same for collins?
I've been on a long drive today, and it was more than happy to sit up at 4,000+ without any weaknessperfect! i'm now completely sold on this map!
i do quite enjoy using the revs every now and again and would hate a map that feels really weak up top
Welcome along Kevin .....Plenty of choice in the re-map area , from several different tuners