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Old 09-16-2011, 02:08 PM   #1
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91H tune load

So yesterday I finally loaded the 91H tune.. I was a little scared to load the tune. Let me tell that I'm very happy that I did.

-The first thing I notice was the throttle response. When I tap the gas pedal it response right away. Which something I was missing before the tune.

-The second thing was the smoothness of the car. I have a MT and I thought it would not change but it just feels good.

- and last thing is my baby goes!!!

Very happy.
I called BAMA Asking about the tunes and I was wounding if the race tune would be more aggressive and Zach told me that the the hybrid tune is the race tune just with low end torque...

I hope this helps anyone thinking about getting a tune.
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Re: 91H tune load

the drive by wire is easily tweekable with a tune for great feeling of throttle response unlike the older cars that didnt have that ability.
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Re: 91H tune load

Very nice! I am not a big fan of my shift firmness/pressure at the moment as it makes the car a little herky jerky, but she definitely wanted to break loose last night when I was doing some datalogging on my 87S-R2 tune.

Have you experienced any wheel hop? If you have stock LCAs, you'll probably get that semi-scary feeling when you step on it.
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the drive by wire is easily tweekable with a tune for great feeling of throttle response unlike the older cars that didnt have that ability.
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how true that is. I'm actually considering getting new cables for mine, when I replaced the throttle cables on my bike it made a big difference.
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Very nice! I am not a big fan of my shift firmness/pressure at the moment as it makes the car a little herky jerky, but she definitely wanted to break loose last night when I was doing some datalogging on my 87S-R2 tune.

Have you experienced any wheel hop? If you have stock LCAs, you'll probably get that semi-scary feeling when you step on it.
No I don't. I have the perf/pack which handles really good
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No I don't. I have the perf/pack which handles really good
Jealous!
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