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Torq2.1 baseline settings?

Hi all,

Just installed the Torq2.1 on my '11 F350 tonite, and I'm looking for advice on a good starting point. I've got 3.55 gears and 325/60R20 Terra Grapplers (a bit over 35" tall). Reading over the supplied notes, looks like 3.55's call for position 1 on the dial with stock tires; trying to compensate for bigger rubber (with public school math skills lol), I've tried pos. 1, pos. 0, and pos. 9 so far. With the knob up to 100%, it falls on its face like you've cut the throttle when it hits 3rd (and sometimes starts shuddering as well, like the TC is confused). Dialed back to 75% produces the same results, while 50% seems to clear it up- but OF COURSE I wanna crank up more than 50%!!! Lol. It feels best on pos. 0 or 1, and the directions contradict themselves by later stating that normally you'd use pos. 0, 5, or 6 regardless of gear or tire size.

Can anyone give me any advice as to what settings to start with for the most power and mileage?


Brian Flanagan

2011 F350 SRW FX4 Lariat
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