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Old 03-25-2012, 08:22 AM
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Couple of question about egr and mini maxi

I just got bought a mini maxi from a guy on here with a flo pro delete pipe and s&b intake.

Do i need to do a egr delete with this set up?

Do i need to reprogram the mini maxi? He said its unlocked but not sure if there would be anything i would need to do being i bought it used from someone.

Also i have read about the relearn in the tranny anytime you do an programmer. Is there a post about this cause i can't find it?
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Old 03-25-2012, 09:28 AM
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You don't need an egr delete. It's kinda a peace of mind thing and you don't have to worry about them if you delete them but I still have mine. You don't need to reprogram the mini but I would update it. Go to h&s website and download there update program. Tranny relearn is to get the transmission shifting. This is what I do

Start truck. Hold brake pedal firm and shift from park to drive, let the tranny engage, then shift to reverse, let it engage then go back to park. I do this a few times the first couple times I start my truck after I tune it.

Then get out on the road and you want to do 0-60 runs
Do a couple runs at 1/4 throttle
Do a couple runs at 1/2 throttle
Do a couple at 3/4
Then without breaking them loose do some full throttle ones. This will get the truck experience shifting at different throttle positions.

Then ya want to run about 50-55 mile and hour and put it to the floor to get the truck to down shift and take off. These are kinda just the basics of what i remember. Someone might chime in with an exact procedure
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Old 03-25-2012, 01:44 PM
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So when doing all that do u set the programmer on the mode u will drive in?
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Old 03-25-2012, 04:41 PM
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H&S is tune on the fly so you wont have to do the tranny relearn every time you switch from hot to mild or whatever. only when you take it from stock to tuned, or tuned to stock. so no it doesnt matter u can do relearn in any mode(no power, mild, wild,hot)
ps....it may be hard to do full throttle on hot hahaha, make sure ya keep her between the ditches
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Old 03-25-2012, 07:39 PM
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Thanks for the advice
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