Oh really? @Thebigzeus might find this interesting.So looking at getting the ZZP BWv3 turbo. Thoughts on a ZZP tune vs BNR tune please. I'm BNR tuned atm but not sure if they'll deliver with the ZZP BWv3. BNR said I'll need the FPCM for more fuel pressure with the 42# injectors, ZZP don't need this mod to tune it. Also BNR said that they won't tune past 19 PSI because ZZP won't honour any warranty over 19 PSI and I have to agree to BNR not being liable in any damage over 19 PSI. ZZP said this isn't true and they had honoured every warranty to date (a few months ago). So yeah, not sure on how to proceed with tuning...
Yeah they were selling their turbo over ZZP, but I couldn't find all the results that apparently show all the HP advantages...Oh really? @Thebigzeus might find this interesting.
As for warranties and customer service go, ZZP is top notch from my experiences. BNR probably just wants you to buy their products. Which is understandable, they are a business. Especially since apparently they don't charge for additional tuning or so I'm told.
My tuner charged me $350 to re-tune for my build.
Did you have to specify going over 19 PSI or not?i'm tuned with BNR, have the ZZP V3 turbo and tuned to 23-24 PSI. that said, i also have 60 LBS injectors (from BNR) it runs really rich at full throttle.
it could be just me, but i have had nothing but good service from BNR.
This is the 1st ZZP tuning review we've had. Would you allow me to reformat it?Tim at ZZP did a great job on my 16 Limited. We went back and forth seven times before he was 100% happy with the tune.
It was so weak when I bought it. With my scangauge I never saw more than 13PSI. Now I've seen 20. The car was just plain lackluster, It's now actually fun to drive.
I added their Downpipe at the same time as the tune. I did one step colder plugs, AEM cold air and Magnaflow muffler prior to tune and ZZP mid-pipe afterwards.
The trans shifts so much quicker all the time, not just when driving hard. It will now bark the tires when it hits 2nd gear when you are really in the gas pedal.
I just got 35MPG average on a 1800mile trip (No A\C). I try and use ethanol free 91 when I can, which is found at Caseys in the midwest. Most of this trip was 65-75 MPG. I'll get over 40 if running 60-65 which we do in Rural WI where speed limits are 55 thru the hills, trees and around all the lake communities.
On our trips across Kansas to Colorado at 80MPG I get 32MPG, 30 if AC is on.
In the Flint Hills of KS and the Mountains of CO, this car never loses more than 1MPH going up steep grades, and thats without it downshifting. Boost is a wonderful thing