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Old 12-05-2013, 08:59 PM   #1
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I got my custom tunes from MPT today and went to install it tonight and when I go in it shows where I can adjust the revs/mile, shift pressures, etc. Are these already set or do I have to reset them to what I want like in the canned tune?

I tried to PM MPT a few times but they don't seem to be sending for some reason. (if they did send he got a few haha). Not showing any in my sent folder
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The custom tune/map should already have set those items - just upload unless you want to adjust them yourself to something specific -
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those items should be set in the tune they sent you but its common for tuners to leave those areas unlocked and the owner can tweak them, that way youre not bugging them if you get new tires or want a little firmer or a little softer shifts etc...

I will say things might be different now but bumping the shift pressure way up via the tune wore out a lot of Lightning transmissions over time.
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