Originally Posted by Fisch
Those are just parameter adjustments. I assumed you would have the same parameter options regardless of 91 or 93 tune - maybe I'm wrong. I haven't tuned 91 since I first tried it after I bought it. Like 93 so much more that I've never turned back.
Don't overthink this Chad. Just tweak it and have fun. Find the settings you like. Just stay away from the more advanced settings (spark, etc) unless you know what you are doing. But all of the push-button style parameters are safe to play with. Even with a challenged user.
I believe both firmed shifts and the throttle booster are under "transmission". Throttle booster is more of a butt dyno tweak, but I like it. It basically shortens your gas pedal. So when you are at 50% throttle physically, it actually is sending a signal of 60% or something for example. Just makes her feel a bit more jumpy.
Go ahead... tweak and test... tweak and test...
Ok... But another question that comes to mind is can I delete certain parameters changes or do I have to start over completely by reinstalling the stock?
I will say this.. After I did the tune I took it out for a "test".
Crazy! It's been raining here all day so the pavement was wet so traction was a problem so with that being said... Approximately how long will the tires spin before loosing power to the wheels because of the ESP?
My old car, Chevy Cavalier Z24 had the same option.. Traction control. Almost instantly the power would be gone to the wheels when they broke traction by the traction control kicking in. Sucked!
Unfortunately that's all I can compare to and obviously it's not much to compare to.
I guess I will find out when the snow flies here.
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