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  • About Celicasaur
    London, UK
    Web Designer
    Vehicle(s) I drive
    W212 - E63 AMG
    Country of Residence
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    Parts highlighted in red are for sale - drop me a PM
    Revozport front lip and sideskirt splitters, Boca rear diffuser, H&R springs with rear lowering links, Lorinser front grill, AMG illuminated door sills, Renntech rear trunk spoiler

    Performance: Kleemann cams, SLS lifters, K&N air filters, Eurocharged V6 tune, DPE headers, 3" exhaust, 82mm TBs, Copper plugs side-gapped to 1.1mm, 2-piece rear rotors, Celicasaur custom HP Tuners tune (501WHP/440WTQ), 3.06 final drive upgrade


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  • Last Activity: Today 09:24 AM
  • Join Date: 02-28-2011
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  1. Jaideep Singh
    02-11-2019 09:24 AM

    I know you must be busy and might not have time to reply but I still wanna give it a shot
    Mods: LTHs, E85 Kit, 590cc Injectors, Iridium IX Spark plugs, ROW air box, CATLESS with X Pipe, Updated head bolts, SLS Buckets
    I am planning to start working on my 2009 W204 C63. I am currently using EC for my tunes but I am highly disappointed. My LTFTs are crazy highly despite communicating with Jerry to fix the injector characterization curve and spark time is so advance that I see knock regard. This experience has motivated me to tune it myself. My questions for you are-
    1. How did you optimize your VVT tune? What approach did you take? Steady-state tuning vs Transient tuning? How did you tune each load cell?
    2. Road tune first than dyno?
    3. Any other suggestion you want to give? or any advice?
    I wish I could see EC maps before going into making my own so that I can have a starting point as the reference but I guess there is no way I can see that right?
    I appreciate your help
  2. shaun.barnard
    12-04-2018 08:00 AM
    Hi there

    I'm in South Africa and a local enthusiast said that you mentioned somewhere that the W204 C63 and W211 E55 diffs are interchangeable? Is this correct? Reason being I have a 2008 C 63 and there is an E55 parts car and apparently all the E55's came out with a LSD? So I would like to fit the E55 LSD diff in my car if it will fit. Need to get info before I buy it. Thanks, Shaun.
  3. 05-17-2018 06:55 AM
    Hi Celicasaur

    I read you post about HP tuners tuning solution with great interest and would like to know if you can advise me on a few things:
    - I would like to tune my C63 amg 2010 Performance Pack myself with the HP tuner. Car is stock standard and would like to know if you can assist me in this regard
    - Do i have to tune it on the dyno or first do road tuning and then fine tune on the dyno, as a dyno can't 100% simulate road conditions
    - I am not looking at using the PH tuner to become a specialist in tuning C63s but would like to safely tuning my own car (myself ) to it's maximum potential, something no off the shelf tune will give.
    I would pull the trigger in buying the PH tuning solution only if I am confident that I would not blow up the engine, hence I thought that you may be able to assist me in this regard.

    Thank in advance for your help.


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