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Will H&S turn off torque management

Just like the title asks. I know some tuners like the Banks AutoMind can do it, just never have heard of someone doing it with H&S.


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I was screwing around with the MCC software today and I did notice torque management was in there. Im pretty sure I saw it atleast, I'll check it out again tomorrow and let you know!

Update, I just checked it again and with my very limited knowledge as far as MCC tuning, I do see an option to turn off the torque management.
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what exactly is torque management
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Im not 100% sure but the way I understand it is the engine will derate to lower torque output during shifts to make it easier on the trans and a smoother shift.

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i gotcha thanks my guess was some what on point if what you say is true .
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Im not 100% sure but the way I understand it is the engine will derate to lower torque output during shifts to make it easier on the trans and a smoother shift.

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I've never heard that. I do for sure when trying to peel out or drift! U can turn off traction control but TM will still get ya....until u hold the traction control button for 5 seconds!
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I've never heard that. I do for sure when trying to peel out or drift! U can turn off traction control but TM will still get ya....until u hold the traction control button for 5 seconds!
I dont understand what your trying to say here, can you explain in english?
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I dont understand what your trying to say here, can you explain in english?

Lol... I'm with you on that.
Also I have Never heard of anyone "drifting" a Superduty!!!


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My I've never heard that before was to highhp comment "the engine will derate to lower torque output during shifts to make it easier on the trans and a smoother shift".....I've never heard torque management doing that or that being what TM was used for. Basically my understanding is that TM is more of a indepth kind of traction control system

I do know TM (torque management) will cut you off when peeling out OR drifting ie::fish tailing....or drifting yes I drift my 250 around corners all the time or cul-de-sacs

This still holds true...U can turn off traction control but TM will still get ya....until u hold the traction control button for 5 seconds! Or until u put truck into 4wd low

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torque management isn't traction control... torque management is torque management. it's a calculated reduction in fueling based on how much torque the engine is making

traction control is just that... traction control. If you did a 4wd launch but had torque management enabled, it would only allow a certain amount of torque to be sent through the drivetrain even without any wheel spin

clear as mud?
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