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      07-18-2009, 01:32 PM   #1
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Raising the torque value

I was looking at my torque value on dd map 7-13 stage 1 and the torque is set a 70%. Is it safe to raise the torque level and would it yield better results in terms of pull? I read from Shiv that i should not put the level higher then 90%. The car is completly stock other then the Procede V3.1.
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I wouldn't go anywhere near the 90% value, especially since you are only running the tune (no other supporting mods). Def leave it at 70% until you get some more mods or until you talk with the Vishnu guys, ie. if you run race fuel, etc.

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I wouldn't go anywhere near the 90% value, especially since you are only running the tune (no other supporting mods). Def leave it at 70% until you get some more mods or until you talk with the Vishnu guys, ie. if you run race fuel, etc.

Thanks. I have been reading some old posts and it looks like i shouldn't be touching the UT or the IT. Thanks for the answer.
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I wouldn't go higher than 70% when you only have the tune. You can also do a datalog to see how the tune and boost levels are running, but I wouldn't try push it over 13-14psi.
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