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Old 09-02-2010, 08:37 AM
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HTC Shift Defuel?

I'm using my H&S on stock power. I really love the delete, added mpg, sound, smell, and great display on the tuner. The only thing I don't like is the hard shifts. Is there a way to defuel before the shift so I doesn't shift so hard?

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Old 09-02-2010, 08:39 AM
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HTC? did you mean H&S like your sig says

You dont wanna defuel between shifts. That causes bigger problems.
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HTC? did you mean H&S like your sig says

You dont wanna defuel between shifts. That causes bigger problems.
Thanks for the correction. I'm on vaca this week and I guess my brain is too.
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have you got the race transmission tune downloaded?
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Almost all shifting concerns can be fixed with some ladder bars. I know is sounds like a way to blame the shifting on something else, but it truly makes a big difference. Ladder bars + race shifting = most satisfied customers.

Hope this helps.

Bentley
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