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Black Bear tune vs. Hypertech

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Got my hypertech installed last night. No complaints.


I did +200 rpm rev limit and +200 rpm on all shift points. 25% shift firmness. Seems good to me.

I did 500 and 400 and 75% and no v4 and max tune on E85.

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If you mean a code reader they do and you can check it yourself.

No, in my situation there was no CEL on. I'm not sure how many years I have been driving around with the hose disconnected.

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One of these days Ill have to give custom a try, cant imagine it being better than it is now, compared to stock.

I'm telling you from experience. Custom tune is a lot better. Driveability is so much better. I had hyper tech, banks, and SCT. I'm glad I learn more and more about changing parameters all the time. So many tweaks to do.

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tell me more about the tow/haul performance option.

Tow/haul is a different table for the transmission. So you can have it customized to whatever you like for shifting. Like i had my shift pressure increased for normal driving, then when i hit tow/haul it takes out 75% TM and firms up the shifting more. It shifts at 6K either way

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