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Introduction : DME Tuning 570s WORLD RECORD [email protected]

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We've been tuning M838T's for quite some time now, but about 6 months ago were able to acquire a 570s of our own. We've finally dialed the car in to just about what we feel is the most that can be safely achieved with the stock TD04 turbochargers. I'll let the numbers do the talking







MUSTANG #'s (first graph shown):
- Stock tune + catless downpipes + 100 octane: 503whp/508wtq
- DME S2 + catless downpipes + 93 octane: 588whp/582wtq
- DME S2 + catless downpipes + 100 octane: 608whp/619wtq

"Corrected" to Precision Tuning DYNOJET #'s (second graph shown):
- Stock tune + catless downpipes + 100 octane: 564whp/570wtq
- DME S2 + catless downpipes + 93 octane: 655whp/681wtq
- DME S2 + catless downpipes + 100 octane: 682whp/695wtq


Unfortunately the car was not stock for even 10 miles post delivery and therefor the baseline was done with catless downpipes and a blend of 100 octane. The above corrected Dynojet numbers are to reference the dyno we otherwise use which is located at Precision Tuning in Spotswood, NJ. These cars require linked dyno's and for this reason we had to make alternate arrangements.





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Best trap: 145.52
DME tune and catless downpipes only! Gotta love this platform.

Couldn't quite get the launch lower than a high 1.6x 60ft, but the numbers do suggest the car can make a 9.7 second pass in a perfect world. Only a few of time slips are pictured, but nearly twenty 9sec passes were made, a lot of which were hot-lapped back to back. Reliability and consistency! We'll be performing S1 turbo upgrades to our car over the winter and will come back looking for a mid 9 second pass. Traction is nearly non existent with our current weather in the North East, but I'm expecting 60-130 times comfortably in the mid 5's. I'll be sharing these v-box figures when possible along with our newest feature: rolling brake boost.

You can find us on instagram @dmetuning. Please excuse what you see on our website as it's currently under construction. We offer very affordable tune and downpipe package deals along with a same day ECU turnaround. I encourage you guys to reach out for pricing, questions or concerns via PM or email: [email protected].

Looking forward to servicing the community!

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DME Tuning

PS: We're currently testing our development 720s. Stages 1 and 2 announcements and dyno numbers coming within the next week or so. I believe we will be the first to flash tune the M840T
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Impressive.
So would you expect to see similar numbers or better for a 650S?
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Impressive.
So would you expect to see similar numbers or better for a 650S?
Thanks! Net results are very similar to what you see here for any flashed M838T (540c/570s/GT, 12c, 650s/Can AM, 675LT).

Here's a 60mph roll in our 570s (tune and downpipes) vs a stock 650s:

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WOW vids racing! real time slips! Data? it's almost like this isn't vaporware lol , Congrats guys!!!
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WOW vids racing! real time slips! Data? it's almost like this isn't vaporware lol , Congrats guys!!!
I know! Crazy right.

Love the videos and data and time slips!
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Were those quarter mile passes made on the 100 octane tune? Congrats and thanks for actually testing you tuned car!
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Question please. i have always been taught there is no FREE Ride;
How do all the tunes we see everywhere affect a McLaren's gas mileage and wear and tear on parts and need for more service etc. besides tires and maybe more frequent oil changes.
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WOW vids racing! real time slips! Data? it's almost like this isn't vaporware lol , Congrats guys!!!
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I know! Crazy right.

Love the videos and data and time slips!
Thank you!

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Were those quarter mile passes made on the 100 octane tune? Congrats and thanks for actually testing you tuned car!
We actually tune only for either 91 or 93 octane daily. The ECU's in these cars are quick to adapt to higher octane fuels

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Question please. i have always been taught there is no FREE Ride;
How do all the tunes we see everywhere affect a McLaren's gas mileage and wear and tear on parts and need for more service etc. besides tires and maybe more frequent oil changes.
In cruising situations, we do not demand anything over stock. Due to this, gas mileage will remain unchanged but will depend entirely on the weight of your right foot. You may find yourself a gear higher quite often from the increase in power, so while I wont be the one to promise you better overall MPG, it is most certainly possible.

In terms of wear and tear - the engine from a 570s is almost identical to that of a 675LT, just detuned. We are undoubtedly increasing wear and tear, but well within the motor's threshold. These M838t's laugh at the few extra pounds of boost we throw at them
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great numbers and runs!!! will an all stock McLaren adjust for 100 octane?
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great numbers and runs!!! will an all stock McLaren adjust for 100 octane?
Thank you!

While I do not have data to support this, I do believe that even an otherwise stock McLaren should see benefits from higher octane fuels.
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