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Finally got my intake, gauges, and exhaust and run the Looney Tune for the first time, that tune is awesome:bow: but when it shifted into drive it felt like the tranny was slipping and the rpm's shot way up, talked to DJ and he is looking into it for me, just wondering what some of you guys thought it could be? DJ said nobody else has had that problem before. thanks

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I have a couple of his, I also have his biggest looney tune and have never had that problem. Are you running through the gears instead of just leaving it in drive? The truck can shift on its own and it will wait till the last sec for max power, but you will not hit the rev limiter. I leave it in D when I race because the comp shifts better than me and I don't have to worry about shifting to late and nailing the rev. lim. He will get you strightened out though.
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No problems here. Domingo makes my truck shift the best out of any tunes that I have tried. I am sure that they will get you straightened out. Give him a day or two to work on it.:Thumbup:
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Finally got my intake, gauges, and exhaust and run the Looney Tune for the first time, that tune is awesome:bow: but when it shifted into drive it felt like the tranny was slipping and the rpm's shot way up, talked to DJ and he is looking into it for me, just wondering what some of you guys thought it could be? DJ said nobody else has had that problem before. thanks
thats what my truck is doing with a quadzilla:shrug:

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i had the same problem with the bully dog tuner and a sct file from biava. dont know what the hell he did but it works great. If dj cant figure it out give jason call. he just wrote the tune for my truck a few weeks ago and now it shifts perfect.
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I've got faith in DJ, just got bored setting here and figured I would see what you guys thought it could be.

04 F-250 CC FX4 Lariat, lift, 35x12.50x17 BFG Mud Terrains, 17x9 Moto Metal 951's, Airaid intake, Isspro Triple A-Pillar guages, MBRP 4" Turbo Back, SCT(Looney Tuned)
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