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All of you "6-speeders" that have tried the "caffienated" tunes from DP and eased back to the "de-caffinated" ones for the smoothness can now get a "blend of both".
With my testing of these I have found that the 1500-2000 rpm "lull" is totally gone.
I know that anyone that is towing is gonna really like what these will do for you in that rpm range. Drivability is awesome especially in town!
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Anyone with the "de-caff" tunes that have noticed the same??? chime-in.


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Edmguy - good news indeed! PM sent!
 

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How do I know if I have the caff or de-caff tunes? I just got my chip last week.

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I have been running a 80hp burn in my ECU for 2 years. Did not know anything about a de-caff program. Please tell me more. :woot: I want an F5 but have 2 mortgages right now so, :squish

This would be nice next year, when hopefully I have some money and I get my 4" exhaust done. Are the new burns cooler, cause heat is a problem for me. What about spooling a turbo. I have the 1.0 TN drop in and I wouldn't mind a bit more spool up if possible.
 
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