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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-10-2007, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ford 6.0 2004. I have a edge juice and wanted to ask if any people have adjusted the defueling setting.I have not made any modifications to the trans.
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yea i run mine on 30% most of the time n sumtimes 0% and it hasnt sliped yet
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yea i run mine on 30% most of the time n sumtimes 0% and it hasnt sliped yet
Thank you edge told me not to go below 80%. I am trying to find out the r
reason chevy and dodge dont have defeuling.
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yea idk either
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i have mine on 100% defuel during shifts and on the memory it shows the backdown percentage hit 86%...seems a lil bad already im not defueling any...im going with the sct trans tune to run with the edge as well as some of there fast tunes to play with,then ill just set the edge to stock setting and use it for gauges..the edge jus dont shift right in level4 or 5:shrug:

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I set mine at 0% defuel, it is my opinion that the defueling is not needed if you are not hammering on the truck all the time, you may want to do less. I use mine mostly for towing, and an ocasional blast to blow off some dude, and have not had any issues. I do have the slip protection turned on, and TC lock up on for the 3,4,5 shifts, firm shifting set to on, and for all shifts, then on the enable firm shift it is set to changes with HP.

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