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post #41 of 47 (permalink) Old 06-02-2018, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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PB short headers were very similar to my Komo-Tec shorties. Go with long. be it BOE, PB, Larini .. night and day torque difference.

People may have more experience now, but in early days of the PB Longs's it was requiring an engine out install. BOE's is broken down such that the twisting and turning to feed up to the ports can be done in the engine bay confines.

Put it this way, .. i have purchase 3 header sets for the Evora on my S1, Komo-Tec then BOE; when it came to purchasing for my 410 with a wealth of options and data at my hands I went with BOE again, without question and someday I will get a tune and back to back dyno results: raw header, stock, header w/tune.
Thanks for the feedback, that makes my decision a lot easier :thumbup:
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... someday I will get a tune and back to back dyno results: raw header, stock, header w/tune.
Let me know when you need that tune. We can help you with that.

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No sure if it is still relevant but BOE just emailed me that the Stage 1 tune for the Evora S is ready. I want a little more power and I really want to avoid the mod rabbit hole if possible. that being said I am tempted by a different exhaust.
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No sure if it is still relevant but BOE just emailed me that the Stage 1 tune for the Evora S is ready. I want a little more power and I really want to avoid the mod rabbit hole if possible. that being said I am tempted by a different exhaust.
Tune + less restive exhaust + less restive intake will give you more supercharger sound, better sounding/louder exhaust and noticeable power improvements.

Personally I don't like doing these mods incrementally, you get that WOW factor doing them all at once.

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Tune + less restive exhaust + less restive intake will give you more supercharger sound, better sounding/louder exhaust and noticeable power improvements.

Personally I don't like doing these mods incrementally, you get that WOW factor doing them all at once.
I prefer the step by step increment with results documented on the dyno. Just as in F1 development, not all steps take you forward.

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No sure if it is still relevant but BOE just emailed me that the Stage 1 tune for the Evora S is ready. I want a little more power and I really want to avoid the mod rabbit hole if possible. that being said I am tempted by a different exhaust.

I see the stage 1 for $1200 on the site. Says itís a tune and works with the BOE CAI.

Did the email same what kind of gains to expect with or without the CAI?

Stage 2 ads the CAI and headers to the package. Again, any documented gains?


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I see the stage 1 for $1200 on the site. Says it’s a tune and works with the BOE CAI.

Did the email same what kind of gains to expect with or without the CAI?

Stage 2 ads the CAI and headers to the package. Again, any documented gains?


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Refer to my posts from 2016(?) with installation of Stage 2 on my Evora S GP. BOE posted a YouTube video: https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl...act=mrc&uact=8

Plot below Red line Stage 2, Yellow Line Komotec Header, and Koldfire custom tune, BOE CAI
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