So you are in the 5.7 second 0-60 range now? You upped the box to high performance, 91 octane?I will say this. Besides all of the drivability improvements, my 0-60 time has dropped a full second and this was achieved in 84 degree weather and a full tank of gas. Its not fancy and it doesn't have an app but man does it work well.
I reached out to bluespark and for the Elantra 1.6 T-GDi engine this is the correct part https://www.bluesparkautomotive.com/hyundai-elantra-1-6-t-gdi-sport-204psHow is everyone liking their bluespark? What part number did you get for your 1.6t gt n line? The website is a little confusing the way it is set up, may get one and want to get the correct box...
So I got the ‘18 Elantra gt base 2.0 model... which blue spark should I order then? Sites kinda confusingMan lemme tell ya. The bluespark is the real deal. This is my first car that I've ever tuned, but the power/torque gains were so immediately noticeable. Honestly completely changed the car. Looking into what it'll take for me to be able to run the highest setting (E9)
Happy to answer any questions for anyone who has them
I've had a hard time getting in touch with blue spark. Do you have contact info?I just ordered one of the Bluespark boxes for my spouse's Elantra GT N-Line with DCT. The guys in the UK were very helpful. I told them about this forum and your favorable comments and promised I would add my feedback as well.
Thanks for posting that, I used it! Hoping to smooth stuff out, similar to how my Cobb smoothed out my WRX back in the day.Got my blue spark and installed it today. What a difference! It smoothes out the boost and overall performance. I have the automatic and it spins the tires through 3d gear. If anyone is in the market for one, here's an attached coupon for ten percent off