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Old 10-14-2010, 03:23 PM
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SCT Options?

Howdy, I just realized all the cool options that is in the x3 SCT. I have changed my Revs per mile but I'm not real sure about the WOT shifting and shift press. ?? What would these options help with? WOT stands for wide open throttle right? Anyhow, some input would be greatly appreciated.
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Typically the tune sets up the parameters for optimal running. I would pay close attention to what you do though.
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Howdy, I just realized all the cool options that is in the x3 SCT. I have changed my Revs per mile but I'm not real sure about the WOT shifting and shift press. ?? What would these options help with? WOT stands for wide open throttle right? Anyhow, some input would be greatly appreciated.
I would be careful changes the options that have already been set my your custom tuner. They had it set the way it was for a reason!!
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Dont touch it period.
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Okay, good to know, I'll leave her alone. Thanx guys
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ya normally if u buy a custom tune they already adjusted all those settings...change something and u can EFFF up ur truck..
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Dont touch it period.
Well maybe that's a little overboard. You can adjust your revs per mile and you can adjust the shift pressure if it is shifting to hard or to soft for you. Adding pressure make it shift harder, reducing pressure makes it shift softer.

It's not uncommon for people to take 10% of the pressure out of Eric's tunes (IDP) and it wasn't uncommon to add 10% to DJ's Looney tune.
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Yes I added 10% firmness to my shift pressures because it wasn't firm enough for my liking. (vivians looney)
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