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post #1 of 3 Old 04-10-2012, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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Looney Tune Trip Review.

Well just got back from a family vacation at the beach. Ran the looney tune and here is my opinions on it. Truck road great with alot of power and smooth accelerations. Averaged 18 mpg with cruise on 75 going down a hilly highway, one thing that was kinda odd to me, but it might have just been me. But when the cruise wasnt on and I ran to about 70-75 and let off till about 65 it would downshift then when i hit 70-75 again it would shift back up? Is that just me or what? Overall it was great and love the tune and 18 mpg couldnt be argued either, done mathematically not through over head unit.

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seems odd. not sure i wold like that.... i don't have a tuner at all and if i let off from 70 to 65 my truck stays in OD

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just ask vivan to adjust the transmission shift points
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