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Old 04-22-2010, 12:14 PM   #27
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Hello,

Thanks for all the great answers! If anyone else wants to answer those questions feel free to post your answers ! More info & opinions are welcome.


Some new questions;



1/4 MILE TRACK TIMES

What will the car run with a TVS2300 @ 6psi on a 100% stock 2010 camaro ss? (more or less, or estimates)

Mid 12's bad track hot day, low 12's good track good day.

What will that same car do with the TVS2300, CAI, tune, & short headers? (more or less, or estimates)

A couple of tenths faster than previously stated. Long Tube headers are where its at though, LT's will put you in the 11's all day anywhere.

TRACTION CONTROL ISSUES

What happeneds to a 2010 supercharged camaro ss L99 A6 with 6psi of boost when you floor it with the traction control in the "on" position?

It still works about the same. If you get rid of torque management it starts having a little bit of trouble keeping up. More importantly what are you doing at full throttle with traction control on?

Does is just not go anywhere?

It'll pull timing and/or throttle until the tires stick again.

Does it go and then bog down?

Kind of

Does it go better than stock?

Is it a pain/annoying to drive?

Turn traction control off, and it won't be a problem. It was designed for snow/ice, that the only time it should come into play.

TUNE QUESTIONS

Right now the car has two modes "D" & "S";

Can you have one tune for the "D" mode & one tune for the "S" mode ??

Yes a good tuner can do that for you

What happends to those two modes after the maggie tune?

Magnacharger doesn't do much for the tranny, for many good reasons. However there a good results to be had in the hands of a professional

What happends to those two modes after any tune?

Do the "D" & "S" modes get lost in the tune?

Which mode does the tune reside?
When a car is tuned the only parameters that get changed are the ones being requested. I.E. if i want to change timing, thats the only part of the tune that changes.

Hope this helps

Thanks
Mike Haddad
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