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Old 09-30-2007, 07:05 AM
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Throttle Response On Tunes

Hi Everybody, I run DJ'S tunes and on the street tune it seems the throttle is more touchy than on the street/looney or the looney...Is that normal...I thought the looney would be real touchy and it seems to be a lil more than stock until you really get into it...I love my tunes i was just wondering if that is normal....Your thoughts please....
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Old 09-30-2007, 10:53 AM
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I've noticed the same with my street vs. performance files. I at first thought there was something wrong with the file. My vendor has tried a few things to correct it, but it just seems to be the nature of the high perfomance tunes. Still enjoy the tunes though...
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I love it when its real touchy....i wonder why the high performance tunes are less touchy than the street tunes...
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maybe the tc is locked in all gears on your street and not on your looney. My xtreme street does the same until 4th and 5th and when im getting on the freeway it goes from 60 to 80 in what feels like 3 secs.
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wouldnt it make sence to lock it in all gears on the high performance tune too....if that is what it is...
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yea I agree but they might not do it unless you ask for it. I didn't and wish I had.
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you should be able to have them add that to your tune...i sent a e-mail to vivian today to ask her if they do that in there tunes....if they do im gonna have them lock it in all gears on the looney....
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I wonder what having the tc locked in 1,2,3 will do to the driveability.
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good question...i dont think anything could be to touchy...i hink they only lock it in 2 gear and when you ask for it instead of it only being in 4th and 5th...
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i meant 2nd and up
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