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Old 06-23-2015, 11:50 AM
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Default diablo trinity tuning

ok just got my trinity
and was wondering who has played with theirs and what
parameters did they change ?
5.7 hemi cold air intake,3.92 gears ,Posi lock,Diablo trinity tuner ,Oil cooler,cat back exhaust
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Main thing that I changed was the throttle boost. I run the 87 tune because it's mellow yet strong. I ran the diablo tune/93 octane tune and I burned the tires at will. Sometimes by accident, which isn't a good thing with highway patrol around. The only reason I spun so easy is because I have a open diff, but if you have a lsd then run the diablo tune with throttle boost set at what your comfortable with. I never messed with the idle settings or too much else.
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