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Old 04-12-2013, 08:15 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Camarojt View Post
You could be bumping the rev limiter on your shifts due to the shorter size of the tires throwing your shift points off. Those tires should help your 60 ft but seems like the tune is the culprit of your lagging mph and ET. The 26.5 height of the tire itself is not at fault, it's the tune in combination with that height if tire. This tire is on the Fastest Bolt on L99 car with stock internals, and he makes plenty of mph. Fix your tune and you will be fine.
I honestly think its shifting too early with the shorter tire. It's not hitting the rev limiter at all. I'm going to buy hp tuners soon and try a few small things myself. Going to keep the smaller tire for a little bit. If tuning don't help I will get a different tire.
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:33 PM   #16

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