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Speedlogix Sales

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  1. Just so everyone knows - if you look at a Mopar '10 - the rear brace is made by REM and you can order it direct from Mopar as well. 









    And the only reason the Mopar 11 and ups use a different one is because Chrysler didn't realize REM made the Arched versions as well. 


    Now, I know this is about Front Braces...but Mopar obviously liked our Rear Brace enough to use it :)


    I still stand behind - why drill into something that is bolted into something else? Why not cut the middle man out and bolt right to the car? Every way I see it - four points of solid connection to the car will always be better than bolting into something that is then bolted into something else :)


    I am not an engineer or anything like that so I can only go off what I see. In a side to side motion - a bar that is connected to the car in four points (solid connections) will out perform a bar that is only bolted into another brace that is bolted onto the car. 


    Now, the Mopar brace will help the cars integrity - I just don't see it doing a better job than the design we use in the long run. 

  2. Mikey,

    Does the 5.7 kit come with a canned tune for the Vortech now for 2010 and 2011 RT's?

    I have a slightly used KB BAP (822 miles) I'll sell for 150.00 plus shipping if I can find it.



    Vortech does not have a Tune, but we have used Johan to do the tuning for the customers on any kit we sell.

  3. Nothing wrong with using a BAP - in fact one comes with the Vortech Kit. If it is installed correctly you will not have any issues.


    Kirs (SRT8U) has over 50k on his Vortech kit with a Boost a Pump.


    We have installed and sold many Vortech kits on stock block 5.7 Challengers and did NOT add more than a BAP and Fuel injectors...not a single one blown up.


    Mikey, I was also under the impression they did everything in house but they do use an outside anodizer and engraver, I was first told my "black items where not back from the anodizer yet, now I'm told the second item was coming back from the engraver, so they don't do everything in house.



    You told you that? Because it is incorrect.


    Engraves are done in-house. Only things not done in house are Polishing/Anodizing.

  5. BT makes great products - they do take a little longer to get because of the work they do. It is worth the wait.


    One thing I can say for sure - they make all of their products in house. I have been to their place many times and seen where the parts are made (And seen the parts in the process of being made). The only thing not done in house is the Anodizing. But they are not a "Made in China" or "Drop Ship" company at all.

  6. I called the main line and it hung up on me twice so I called the other number and left a message. Also left a message with Speedlogix.


    Hey Andy,


    When did you call here? I apologize no one called you back. I will check with everyone here to see if they got your message.


    We do have a K Member in stock - it weighs 17.5 lbs with sway bar mounts and is fully FEA tested.


    Let me know if you are looking for one! Can ship as early as tomorrow!



  7. I wished MMM would ditch the infatuation with Lambo doors. Not interested in buying or subscribing quite frankly because of this.



    The car looks mean - too bad they had to spoil it with the lambo door and those garish fluorescent green door jams.



    I don't think MMM has an infuation with Lambo doors. This article is from the YOUR story section where readers write their own story and submit it to the online site for MMM lol


    MMM didn't seek them out to make this article. It is the same as if you wrote your own story and sent it to MMM :)


    Thanks Mikey. Any idea what that means? Is it just numbers on the screen or ? That would be workable for me. I just need to see the data, don't care if it's pretty.



    I would say it is going to be like how the Predator does it on datalogging but possibly be prettier. And easier to hold lol




    Like the PIDs listed on the left side of the screen while the data being displayed on the right side of the screen.


    Until I have seen it I will not know 100% to tell you exact. But that is what I am assuming it looks like.

  9. The Trinity still gives you the real time datalogging and all the 0-60 and 1/4 timers.


    While the inTune has a much bigger memory for datalogging. You can't watch it in real time like the Trinity.


    Would I be correct in assuming that the functionality that the InTune offers 2011+ owners is limited to diagnostics and datalogging?



    For now - yes.

  10. Sooooo, it costs less, has more memory, is smaller, probably has a better touch screen, faster processor....what am I missing?



    And drag/drop loading of updates or tunes (think of using a USB Drive). So no more DS Downloader. And its not plastic haha


    Not hating on the Trinity at all, I just think overall this unit is gonna be killer!

  11. Did rem fix the problem with the studs breaking??


    Haven't had that problem with many of the units we have sold. The one time we did - was because the install was not done correct and customer/shop over tighten the top bolt causing it to snap.


    But to make it easier - that "problem" piece you are alluding too was changed - so the install is easier and that problem will not happen.


    Although the design is exactly the same as it has been for years on other performance vehicles and such before our change and they never seemed to have the problem. But we changed it to a stronger metal and different design to make it easier on everyone.

  12. We need to update our picture for it!


    Now both the 392 and 05-10 kits look like this:




    Only difference is the 05-10 cars use a 14mm bolt on the end of the steering rack while the 11 + cars have a 16mm bolt.


    The good thing with the bumpsteer kits - it replaces the tie rod end which is a common failure on the LX and LC cars :)

  13. Thanks Sam for posting the links!


    Difference mainly in our kit vs. Pedders - the Pedders basically moves the steering rack - ours leaves it alone and allows for adjustment based off stock geometry. It is the same idea that has been used for years on Bumpsteer kits on many other vehicles ;)


    Let me know! We have these in stock and ready to go!