actual rpm as apposed to + 0r - incrementals

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actual rpm as apposed to + 0r - incrementals

Postby rdy2rac » Wed Aug 01, 2007 9:02 pm

is there a way to see the actual shift rpm as a reference when making adjustments in SF without having to open up the file in Delta Force? and actual rev limiter rpms????????

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Re: actual rpm as apposed to + 0r - incrementals

Postby sniperpat469 » Thu Aug 02, 2007 7:09 am

The reason actual shift rpm is not able to be displayed is that SF is used on many different vehicle types. the software was not written to pull information out of the factory tune it was written only to change it. we thought that if the customer knew his shift point was 5000 by driving the car and looking at the shift. He would be able to tell how much more he would wanted to add. Its just the way the software was made.

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Re: actual rpm as apposed to + 0r - incrementals

Postby rdy2rac » Thu Aug 02, 2007 10:39 pm

fair enough,
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