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Old 08-31-2013, 12:12 AM   #503
TDagen
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Join Date: Nov 2007
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Minnesota, mpls
Vehicle:
2002 Wrx,2.5L,HTA86
E85,2007 6mt,No traction

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Originally Posted by kellygnsd View Post
Whether you detune the torque curve via timing or boost you're accomplishing the same thing aren't you? At least this way you still have the max torque on tap when you want it and when you have traction.
Don't get me wrong I agree that is the way it's done. I've seen the big boys setups and they almost always have the boost setup like you mentioned.

I would like to play with Juans type of low torque tune because it may be a good way to extend the life of certain parts. Transmission, Clutch and Axles are just a few of the parts that I think would appreciate the lower torque approach. I've got plenty of torque to spare at this point in the game. It's not like we are playing with tdo4's anymore

Plus I tune it myself so it won't cost me anything but a little bit of time to do it.
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