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Old 02-15-2013, 07:52 PM
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Question after updating mini max

I just updated my mini max to the newest software. I have noticed now that my boost is more like it was before tuning. Previously, my boost down the road was about 5-10 and on an incline it might get to 15 at 70mph. Now my boost runs 10-12 and will jump to 20-30 going up an incline. The only changes I made was I used to have lbf set at 0 and I let it default to 3 then changed it to 1 but it didn't really make much difference. The new tune does have a lot more pep especially on the low end!
Has anyone else experienced this or is it something I should be concerned about? My mileage is off a little too.


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Boost seems to build faster with the new updates from what most people have said so it's normal.
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I just updated my mini max to the newest software. I have noticed now that my boost is more like it was before tuning. Previously, my boost down the road was about 5-10 and on an incline it might get to 15 at 70mph. Now my boost runs 10-12 and will jump to 20-30 going up an incline. The only changes I made was I used to have lbf set at 0 and I let it default to 3 then changed it to 1 but it didn't really make much difference. The new tune does have a lot more pep especially on the low end!
Has anyone else experienced this or is it something I should be concerned about? My mileage is off a little too.


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There's like a million page thread about this exact topic.

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There's like a million page thread about this exact topic.

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Where at? I did a search before posting but I guess I must have not searched for the right thing.
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High boost???

Ok so I lied its not a million pages. I think there is another thread but not sure. :thumbup:

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Old 02-26-2013, 09:38 AM
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Question after updating mini max

Just an update it was the ebp that was bad. I needed to have a few other things fixed so I took it to the dealer and they said the sensor was bad.


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