So what are some of your observations and what is your final verdict on this tune? Is it a keeper or ?
The 345 tune is awesome in my opinion, it seems to have a little more bottom end power vs the IDP tunes. I've been running the 345 tune for about 1200 miles now, i switched back to IDP last week to tow my boat to the lake, but got the 345 loaded back up right after I got back, I will continue to run this tune until something else comes a long that would be comparable to it. Shifting is great for a higher HP tune also, which i love.
How do you like the KEM tune i am interested too. Because I have IDP 5 tune package and custom tune with the higher HP tunes the trans shifts really hard and you can feel it down shifting too I feel like my trans is gonna drop. Where did you get the KEM tune from?
shifting on the 345 tune is much lighter than IDP tunes... i take it you're running Firmer Stock Lock. It will shift hard and feel like the transmission is going to drop out, I personally think it could be lighter, I dont like how firm the shifts are. thats why i like the KEM 345 tune, awesome power, with lighter shifting.
I got the tune from Mike@KEM Home - KEM Performance, Inc.
what shifting setting are you guys running on your IDP tunes? I'm running the street tune with soft shifts and I think it shifts great!
i usually always run the Firmer Stock Lock, the firmer shifting is ok on the lower HP tunes like the Street, Tow, and Extreme Mild, but when you get into the Extreme Street and Extreme Race, the shifts get to be too much for me.
2008 Ford F250 6.4L Crew Cab Short Bed King Ranch
3.5" ReadyLift Leveling Kit, 37x13.5x20 Toyo MT's on stock 20's, Dual Steering Stabilizer, Livewire w/ IDP, KEM, Gearhead, S&B, 5" Flo-Pro, Rudy's EGR Delete and Cold Side Pipe, CCV