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Does it take longer for a stock tcm to learn than a spartan?

I'm curious about this. I remember before the spartan tcm, that it took awhile for it to learn. With the spartan tcm I do the relearn process and it's pretty good after that. I'm trying the KEM 345 which isn't tuned for the spartan tcm, and I've done the relearn process and it for sure seems like it still learning. Also the 2-3 shift seems more sloppy or flare more often than it did on the 310/tcm combo. Any input on this? Thanks.
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I believe it learns quicker. How's the 345 compared to the 310???????????

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It's hard to tell. Boost is up a little, max I've seen on the kem is 50psi and 47-48 on the latest 310. Rail pressure is up to 26,000psi. Shifting on the top end is different than the 310, makes it kinda hard to tell. Should be more power, but for me I haven't been driving this truck lately to give a good comparison. One thing I notice, which is a bonus is egt's are down to a max around 1650f.
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