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Old 03-27-2013, 12:23 PM   #1
02nismokiller
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Default Tgv deletes???

I'm finally finishing up my clutch and should finish putting the tranny back in tomorrow but since the tranny is out I was thinking about doing tgv deletes. But would you say it's safe to break my clutch in for the next 500 miles with no tune on the tgv deltes?
I also got gms phenolic spacers and I turbo inlet I had planned installing while I'm there...


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04 wrx 5spd
Full 3" tbe
Catless up pipe
huge tmic
255 pump
Gms boost solenoid
Intake

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Old 03-27-2013, 11:13 PM   #2
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Get a tactrix cable and read the stickies on here. You can turn off the cels or get an e tune
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Old 03-28-2013, 01:39 PM   #3
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Get a tactrix cable and read the stickies on here. You can turn off the cels or get an e tune
I do have a tactrix cable... Maybe someone can offer me a map with my similar mods???

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Old 03-28-2013, 02:47 PM   #4
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The only real tuning necessary is to turn off the TGV codes in the OBDII section.

There may be a little bit of oscillating RPM on warm up. If this bugs you, you can also add some fuel to the warmup tables. Add ~5% at a time until it feels right on cold warmup. Changing those tables is not strictly necessary.

Assuming you are tuned for your other mods and all you did was delete the TGVs, you won't likely need any other tuning on the stock turbo. Boost might taper a little faster due to lack of restriction, but I doubt it at TD04 flow levels, your turbine housing is the main restriction... So, you shouldn't need much in the way of "real" tuning, just turning off the codes and if you feel like it, adjust the warmup tables.
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:33 PM   #5
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The first thing i noticed after TGV deletes was that WGDC tables had to be adjusted because boost would drop off decently quicker up top. Fuel was still good though and didnt need much done to it.

Also, WOT pulls got a little louder from the motor.
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