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140 ex. 140agg?

how much more does the 140 aggressive smoke than the 140 extreme? on a DP tuner.
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UGH... 140hp setting is a 140hp setting. You will never be able to tell the differance.

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i know but isint the aggressive tune supposed to be more of a smoke setting..and fuels alot more down low before the turbo catches

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Like I said above, there are only so many ways to skin a cat. With any 140 setting there is only so much ICP to give, so much fuel there.

Notice not one other tuner out there calls out 3-4 differant 140hp settings. They also have a smoke setting, or they do until they get PC like the rest of the world.

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gotcha alright, thanks

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how much more does the 140 aggressive smoke than the 140 extreme? on a DP tuner.
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7.3rambaler,

Basicly 140A and 140E are the same tune with more fueling in the 140A on the bottom. The power will come on stronger out of the hole with the 140A. How strong on the top end on both will be depends on how strong or weak your HPOP is.

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