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i called innovative today and ordered the stud tune,and woo hoo! it pulls harder than xtreme race.i am going to try it as a daily driver and see how i like it.
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i called innovative today and ordered the stud tune,and woo hoo! it pulls harder than xtreme race.i am going to try it as a daily driver and see how i like it.
I love it. Driving with it for a couple months now.
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how does the tranny shift? will it firm up more over time like the xtreme race does?
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hmmm didnt know he offered a stud tune. how much did it cost?
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how does the tranny shift? will it firm up more over time like the xtreme race does?
Mine isn't very firm. I haven't messed with the settings though.
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hmmm didnt know he offered a stud tune. how much did it cost?
Mine was free just emailed them after they got done getting installed.
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if you mess with the shift settings, do you just go past stuff like "keep stock ratio"?
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hmmm didnt know he offered a stud tune. how much did it cost?
pm sent. check for it.
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pm sent. when you get the tune, hang on!
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if you mess with the shift settings, do you just go past stuff like "keep stock ratio"?
I adjust the ratio and my revs per mile but i didn't change the shift pressures.
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