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Join Date: Jul 2011
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Tuner can implement the turbo vane cycling in a tune. Tuner can also use the earlier strategy as a base for the tune mods so when you install the tune you also revert to the earlier strategy. Basically there is no sense in rolling back a tuned truck because when you load the new tune you also load whatever strategy the tuner used as a base. The rolled back strategy is only there when you return to stock.
I'm glad you posted this!! Thank you very much! I've always thought this is how it works and didn't understand the need for a ECM rollback, but with all the threads and talk about the rollback I was starting to doubt my line of thinking.
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