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Old 08-29-2010, 06:26 PM   #1
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Hypertech Tuner

Anyone else running the Hypertech 32006 tuner...I have
no issues at all would just like to here from others...There
was a update i did today 0 - 60 throttle restriction...Can't
wait to run it...
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That takes the Torque Management off and it makes a difference in acceleration. I wish they would add the option to change the shift firmness like they have on other models.
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Old 08-30-2010, 01:08 PM   #5
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I have one as well. Very nice setup with lots of options. I wish it would have a monitoring program but that's about the only drawback. I happen to know the tuner for HT, so that helps. The 0-60 throttle restriction is tuning of the TM for best results. As many tuners will tell you, turning TM totally off isn't ideal for a DD. TM is what gives you smooth take off and saves your drivetrain. It makes for a better daily driving experience. We can all agree that GM put in too much TM from the factory. Dialing it back is definitely a plus and gives you a more "muscle car" experience without being too harsh.

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The HT unit does have the option to change shift firmness. You dial in a % firmer than stock. You can also adjust gear change RPM as well as rev limiter increase.
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It does not have it for the 2010 Camaro SS per they e-mail I got from hypertech?


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I was looking at my HT tuner disk and it says it's there. I haven't personally messed with it, but I thought I remembered it having that option. I'll have to plug in my HT unit to see if it's actually there. You're making me think too much,

Edit: Just plugged mine in and it's not there. Guess the disk is a generic disk.
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Yeah I hinted at helping them 'develop' that part of the tuner.......they said keep checking the website.....gee thanks for that :(
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Yeah I hinted at helping them 'develop' that part of the tuner.......they said keep checking the website.....gee thanks for that :(
I'll call my guy and see if there's any plans to do so. I'll let you know when I find something out.
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I was looking at my HT tuner disk and it says it's there. I haven't personally messed with it, but I thought I remembered it having that option. I'll have to plug in my HT unit to see if it's actually there. You're making me think too much,

Edit: Just plugged mine in and it's not there. Guess the disk is a generic disk.
Axis...What's not there...I'm missing something here...And after
reading this is taking off the throttle restriction is hard on the car...
Just trying to understand all this...
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Axis...What's not there...I'm missing something here...And after
reading this is taking off the throttle restriction is hard on the car...
Just trying to understand all this...
The firmer shifting isn't on the Camaro tuner. You can adjust gear change RPM though.

Yes taking off throttle restriction is harder on the car. Basically it's decreasing the amount of torque management that GM put into the tune. I wouldn't worry about it being detrimental though. You will definitely be able to feel the difference and you'll like it. It's one of the first things all of the tuners decrease when doing the tune. You can also experiment with AFM on and off. I only noticed a 0.2mpg difference in a month long experiment of daily driving. Needless to say, I turned mine off.
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Have tuners instock will beat ones price. Also i called on the firmness of shifting and they said they are coming out with more and going to make it where you can download off there site for people that already have it
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Torque Management (as I understand it) is there to prevent 'flair ups' aka hitting the rev limiter more frequently. Let us know a timeline on when they plan on upgrading the software!

Axis did you change shift points?
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Hypertech lives! So anything you can share????
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