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Old 08-02-2003, 01:32 PM   #23
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Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: CO
'14 FXT-T


One thing I've been noticing with my new reflash is, really wierd actually. I think I like this feature-I'm getting used to it. When I'm driving (normal or hard) and I shift, they engine keeps the rpms revved for about 1/2-1 second longer before I start to see them drop.
In other words , let's say I'm in 2nd gear, rev to 4000rpm, push in clutch to grab 3rd, the rpms stay at 4000rpm for like a half second longer or something before they start to drop-and by that time I've grabbed 3rd and am engaging the clutch only with less rev-match required. Does this make sense? It's like I doubled the weight of my flywheel or something, without any of the negatives. I dono-hard to explain. Maybe this is due to the additional boost affecting something mechanical?
Anybody else experience this? Like I said, I don't think this is bad, I like it actually. Just have to relearn the rev-matching points from stock.
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