the hot +2 Eliminater ,barely defuels, enough to make a shift, there was a few units that have the no defuel program , and you will no one if you run it , it builds boost through the shifts it is a race track tune, and only that .
Ive Got The E.t Eliminator +2 And Love It But If Your Running You Edge Your Going To Get Your Back Down On It Unless You Hit Enter Twice And Raise The Time It Only Goes Up To 30 Min To Shut Off The Back Down
I was told on the phone that the Hot+2 was a 290 hp tune and the ET Eliminatior is the same 290 hp tune. Anyone know the real deal? I'm gonna call them again on monday. Whos a good person over their to talk to. I always get one guy who is good but I cant hardly understand him, or him me, it seems. Hes got some sort of accent.
I dont think id want to run this "de-fuel-less" tune, even with my Suncoast IV. The way the Allison works (clutch on-clutch off transmission), it MUST have at least some de-fuel or else you will burn the clutches. Yes, even on a Suncoast transmission you will. Not as quick as a stock trans, but you still will more quickly than a normal high HP tune that keeps the defuel in I think. Mike L would really be the person to ask about this. Id maybe run it on the track, but not as a daily driver.
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