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Old 02-05-2013, 12:32 PM
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

or how about posting the dyno sheet with the charts so we can see the torque curve, and so on?
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

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or how about posting the dyno sheet with the charts so we can see the torque curve, and so on?
This would be the best outcome...hopefully someone out there with a tuner can run their JGC on a dyno...but I'm also in the belief that the company producing the tune should be providing these as well. I know HP and TQ improvements are not all that this product is expected to improve, but it's good to see lofty claims backed up by data.
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A video of what exactly???
A video with a 93oct tune. From a dead stop, to about 70-80mph, and from a 30mph roll, to 80mph. I and the rest of the guys here are interested in seeing how the car accelerates, and shifts gears.

Thanks so much.
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Old 02-15-2013, 10:33 PM
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

i also have the 93 octane tune, but i'm using the trinity. It's definitely the way to wake this truck up. I can spin tires accelerating from a dead stop , and dang it feels good to screech! I can probably post a video soon if the weather permits.. Of course the snow decides to come down as i type this post! The throttle response is well improved, and my Jeep finally knows what gear to fall back into for an enjoyable acceleration! From my experience, previously being detuned, accelerating from say 40 mph and getting that "umph" was quite difficult. Now she purrs like a dream! Again, i'll post up a video when the snow settles down (according to TWC, it's snowing for the rest of the week). Oh, and i forgot to mention, apparently the tune keeps the ABS light on, and it's currently being reviewed by Diablosport. Though it annoys me, i'm putting up with it for now until a new update comes out for the tune. In the mean time, i'm going to enjoy messing around with no traction control in the snow. I mean, can you blame me?

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Old 02-16-2013, 06:58 AM
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

Hey billygpv!, Did you mess with the tire size option in the programmer to see if it works?
How about the speed limiter, did you raised it up?
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Old 02-16-2013, 09:44 AM
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

Hi! No I haven't fiddled with the tire size program yet, I would imagine it'd be really easy especially since it's in the quick adjust menu alongside the traction control program. (At least it's that way on the trinity, it takes only like 20 seconds to adjust something in the quick adjust menu) so I'd think it'd be something very quick to adjust. And yes, I couldn't help myself but to raise the speed limiter all the way up (to 140). I probably won't ever attempt to hit that kind of speed, but you never know, things happen
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Old 02-16-2013, 12:18 PM
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Hi! No I haven't fiddled with the tire size program yet...
You may have accidentally hit it in the quick adjust menu. Otherwise you'd be the first I've heard to have gotten the ABS light without changing the tire size.

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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

Really? I'll check it out later and update you guys. It's possible that anything adjusted in the quick adjust menu would trigger the ABS light. I say this because if I turn traction control back on from the quick adjust menu, the ABS light goes away. To my understanding, it occurs with traction control too, not only tire size. It would depend on whether or not you played around with your traction control settings or not... Again, ill double check!
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

OKAY! I did a little more digging and I found the reason why. On the trinity, you have the option to turn off ESP (Electronic Stability Programming), and this would inversely turn off ABS as well... I'm not sure how it is on the intune or if you have that option, but apparently that's what it does according to Diablosport's website. I THINK this is only on the trinity because I think that disabling traction control on the intune doesn't disable ESP. That would explain why I have the abs light on. So, it looks like that's supposed to happen. Ill quote diablosport and what they have to say under the trinity's adjustable parameters section.

""Selecting the "Disable Traction Control Parameter" will disable the ESP and ABS systems completely for use on the dyno, at the drag strip, or even a road course.""

Looking at the website, I don't see that the intune disables ESP. So I guess that would explain it.
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OKAY! I did a little more digging and I found the reason why. On the trinity, you have the option to turn off ESP (Electronic Stability Programming), and this would inversely turn off ABS as well... I'm not sure how it is on the intune or if you have that option, but apparently that's what it does according to Diablosport's website. I THINK this is only on the trinity because I think that disabling traction control on the intune doesn't disable ESP. That would explain why I have the abs light on. So, it looks like that's supposed to happen. Ill quote diablosport and what they have to say under the trinity's adjustable parameters section.

""Selecting the "Disable Traction Control Parameter" will disable the ESP and ABS systems completely for use on the dyno, at the drag strip, or even a road course.""

Looking at the website, I don't see that the intune disables ESP. So I guess that would explain it.
Interesting...thanks for the info.
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

I have the trinity and I also have the ABS light on. So u r saying to disable the light all I have to do is go to the quick adjust menu and enable traction control?
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Re: Diablo Sport InTune DCX

does it have a data logger? I would like to see some flat ground 0-60 with tune and without
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