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Old 03-16-2019, 12:49 AM
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I drove my car for a bit (10 miles in slow traffic and about 30 sec at 70 mph) yesterday after the ECU reset and it was decent for a new learn of the TB, but after today it was a different animal. Today it was quite whacky. lol I only gave it a few miles as I needed to do other things aside from driving the car so I didn't learn much from it. Sunday through Wednesday I will be running the car through the commuting paces and will report back then. I expect great results now that I have read that others being happy after the Batt drain on the caps in the ECU. If I didn't notice anything different, then that would be proof that the TB didn't make a change, but as I have noticed a difference that is proof of a beneficial modification. Software masks the inadequacy of hardware deficiencies and it seems like this TB is a step in the right direction. Thanks Mike, your product is making a noticeable difference in the way the car performs.

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I'm going to bring the car out soon. Just pull the negative overnight, right?

What should I tell my tuner when we do my supercharger?
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I'm going to bring the car out soon. Just pull the negative overnight, right?
Yes, after changing TB's and reconnecting battery:

1. Start engine, idle for 3 min.
2. Engine off for 1 min.
3. Start engine, idle for 3 min.
4. Drive at or above 44 mph w/ several decelerations and extended idles.
5. Engine off for 1 min.
6. Repeat 4 and 5 if necessary.

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What should I tell my tuner when we do my supercharger?
The SC is very likely to be bypassed at the low throttle angles we modified on this TB and they should have no problems working together as in the case of the Z06 for example. If anything, you can ask your tuner to log TP, MAF, Fuel Trims, Timing to see if any refinements are needed between 0-33% throttle.

Try the TB before SC and tune and get a feel for the response, then you can tell the tuner if you'd like to adjust the pedal mapping more to your liking. It is aggressive as it is w/ stock pedal map.
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