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post #1 of 7 Old 12-29-2010, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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I've had my DP for over a year now, but have some questions. I have 60t, 80e, 120r, and 140. All tunes work well and do what they are supposed to, at least I think they do. I can't tell a difference at all between 80 and 120, should I? I can tell power difference between 60 and 80 and between 80 and 140, but no real difference between 80 and 120 power wise or in the transmission shifting.

I know that 80 is pretty powerful and probably not much different than 120, but I would think I should be able to tell I changed programs when I switch. Any help would be appreciated.

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It could be a weak hpop. See if you can get a hold of a scanner that can data log your pressure. If your tunes call for a certain amount of pressure and your pump can't give it you will not fell a difference when you switch tunes.

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what kind of scanner can log this off an e99? snap on? or will my sct do it?

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autoenteguity will do it for sure.

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Haven't done a wot run, but using the insight cs I can see 2900 psi pretty easily on my icp. I would think if it was a hpop issue I wouldn't feel a difference with the 140 tune either, but I do. There is a definite difference between 140 and 120 or 80, but no noticeable difference between 80 and 120.

Both 120 and 80 seem to run very strong (to me), but can't really tell a difference between the two. Maybe I have two 80 or two 120 programs by accident?

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With Stock injectored trucks, u probably wont see much difference

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With Stock injectored trucks, u probably wont see much difference
How does your ccv mod work? My y boots are nice and wet and leave a small puddle in the intake valley i can see the oil blowing by the ccv through the turbo, intercooler and out my y pipes, can this be fixed with a new stock ccv breather or do i have to spend a crap load of money on a mod.

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