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  • #16
    Probably although I haven't noticed it being an issue when I drove Bunny's vehicle. I would need to get a feel for exactly what you are talking about and then datalog to ascertain what exactly we are trying to rectify.

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    • #17
      its the slight delay of the throttle body when you lift off for gear change.

      it causes the motor to run a few more rpm up when you stick the clutch in, and make you sound like you cant drive well haha

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      • #18
        I will mark it up as a thing to look into - but I can't give an exact ETA on when I will have this sorted out. I will update the forums once I do though

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Macca View Post
          its the slight delay of the throttle body when you lift off for gear change.

          it causes the motor to run a few more rpm up when you stick the clutch in, and make you sound like you cant drive well haha
          i've compensated for that over time
          when i drive other peoples cars i have to re-adjust haha

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Macca View Post
            its the slight delay of the throttle body when you lift off for gear change.

            it causes the motor to run a few more rpm up when you stick the clutch in, and make you sound like you cant drive well haha
            I have been driving a manual for years I knew that it wasnt me!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Macca View Post
              its the slight delay of the throttle body when you lift off for gear change.

              it causes the motor to run a few more rpm up when you stick the clutch in, and make you sound like you cant drive well haha
              A mate told me that this is actually better for fast gear changes as the rpm doesn't drop so much while the clutch is in

              it is a little annoying tho!

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              • #22
                It's funny, when I first started driving the colt it was annoying, but it stopped happening after a month or so, and hasn't happened since. I'm guessing my driving has changed to prevent the overrun, but I didn't consciously change anything lol.

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                • #23
                  Hey Dave,

                  What do u think the results would be like with the reflash on a stock car? Would it still be a noticable increase in performance if you set the peak boost to approx. 17psi?

                  Would we run into problems without any exhause/IC mods and instead doing these mods later??

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                  • #24
                    The reflash will work well on a stock car but of course, be very limited on its results. You may also get a boost spike with the restricted exhaust but it shoudl still work. I would probably do a modified tune for a complete stock car with a lowering of boost just in case

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