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How are high intake temps affecting your launch control?

Last night was the first time I had used LC. Temp was 168 and it bogged down really bad. My guess is that it was pulling timing. Anyone else notice this?
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Re: How are high intake temps affecting your launch control?

Are you sure you didn't sit too long with launch control engaged. I did that once or twice when I first used it while sitting at a red light and trying to time it. If you sit for too long and try to take off.. The truck really falls on it's face. I think it's comparable to limp mode when the computer senses a drivetrain issue. Last about 10 seconds then all of the sudden the truck is a screamin beast again. Quite embarrassing too. Truck can't get out of its own way for about 10 seconds no matter how hard you mash the gas pedal.


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Re: How are high intake temps affecting your launch control?

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Last night was the first time I had used LC. Temp was 168 and it bogged down really bad. My guess is that it was pulling timing. Anyone else notice this?
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The intake temps are being monitored before the Throttle body - thats the temp going INTO the intake - Timing is irrelevant at that point.

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Are you sure you didn't sit too long with launch control engaged. I did that once or twice when I first used it while sitting at a red light and trying to time it. If you sit for too long and try to take off.. The truck really falls on it's face. I think it's comparable to limp mode when the computer senses a drivetrain issue. Last about 10 seconds then all of the sudden the truck is a screamin beast again. Quite embarrassing too. Truck can't get out of its own way for about 10 seconds no matter how hard you mash the gas pedal.


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