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Downhill? I can't break 4.8 with my tuner
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Re: Diablotoona was here!

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Downhill? I can't break 4.8 with my tuner

I didnt get to the 4.6 territory until I had over 4K miles on the truck AND the temps here dropped down in the 70's and 80's. Your truck new Hank?

.2 isnt much. It could be that you are power braking it a tad too much or shifting a little late etc, etc

Try a run with your foot completely off of the brake.
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Re: Diablotoona was here!

im gonna say my excuse is that I only have 2700 miles on it since I cant break 4.8. my elevation of 2400ft doesnt help though. If I can get to 4.3 at my elevation I will be happy, thats where my wk1 was at with intake and toon
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Downhill? I can't break 4.8 with my tuner
Nope, all my runs are on the same road stretch and from the same launch point


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Re: Diablotoona was here!

What is the easiest way to check if Diablo has updated our tune? Surely there is something different than having to remove the tune from the vehicle and plugging the Trinity in the computer and then checking for an updated download
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Re: Diablotoona was here!

Just go to the diablosport website. Click on support, then download. Find the trinity downloads button. Enter your Trinity serial # and see what the latest update is. It shows the dates. That should save you from changing your tune unless there is an update. Hope that helps.
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Thats easy enough! Thanks Forza
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Re: Diablotoona was here!

Question on the custom tune. I just got my custom tune back from Johan but initially noticed my 0-60 time worsened. I was running between 4.4 and 4.5 on the 93 canned tune. I had only modified the WOT fuel parameters because I have a HPE CAI.

Loaded the custom tune last night and my 0-60 time was only 4.7. I think there was more wheel spin at the launch though and I had it in auto. Maybe the traction control killed it a little bit. Were your custom tunes immediately better or did it take a few days?

Another question I have is when I went to go load the custom tune it asked me if I wanted to reset all my parameters. I initially said yes but then figured out it reset the modified settings I had from my canned 93 tune. Turned back on MDS and reset the WOT fuel parameters. Should I have said no and kept my modified parameters on the custom tune??
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Re: Diablotoona was here!

I would say yes to reloading the parameters if you changed the fuel settings. If the only changes you made had nothing to do with the motor and were preference changes like throttle booster and raised shift points, then I would say no
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