It will get into boost sooner, but boost output is 100% torque demand based, so its not going to somehow make more total boost by starting earlier unless more torque is demanded by pedal input in the calibration.
These tunes have been out for over a year now, and I'm sure someone has done some...
Its likely that it was started as low as it could with the stock tune without downshifting. Its not uncommon to be able to start the pull a little sooner with the tune due to the increased torque available. Nothing nefarious here. The gains are legit and have been validated across multiple vehicles.
Different vehicles on different days, different gearing or wheel tire setups, all of these factor in to why they all look different.
The before/after charts we publish are done on the same vehicle on the same dyno, on the same day.
They are entirely different devices. i3 offers wifi updating and multi licensing options, and F5 is plug and play based, PC updateable, and supports a single vehicle per device. F5 has a clear advantage regarding Jeep specific options for the end user.
We have run this tune with and without the Holley InTech CAI and it performs equally well with both. I would imagine but cant verify that it will work with others as well.
I don't see intercooler or exhaust upgrades having any effect on the tuning.
Etorque and non-etorque models are both...
After spending some time driving our 2.0T myself, yes...the lag is gone. It is so much more responsive to drive around. Makes it much more fun and sporty.
We have a video of it powering up a hill with the tune loaded that it could barely climb stock, let me see where that went.