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Default 03-10-2015, 09:49 AM

OK I think I just need to dig in to it so I have a better context for how to best implement our back end maps in the environment.

Currently with the free software, we can't get DME boost target above say 12psi at redline, due to the missing torque limiter tables. But then even at 12psi we have to deal with post shift timing drops on IJE0S unless tuning down to say 9psi. With Cobb we're able to run a higher top end target without the timing drop and I'm hoping that will be the case with MHD. Ultimately exposing the knock tables will really move the platform forward I think.

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