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    Torque Request Rate Limits

    Anyone using these tables yet?

    Just noticed them in the Driver Demand section.

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    I'm curious about these new tables as well.
    1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP (first 3800 FWD in the tens), 9.499 @ 145.13 mph
    1998 Pontiac Firebird (first 3800 RWD in the eights), 843 whp, 8.991 @ 152.12 mph, driven by Tim King
    1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT (first 3800 FWD in the eights), 8.902 @ 154.90 mph, driven by Bob Cook
    2000 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi (first 3800 Bonneville in the twelves, elevens and tens), 10.711 @ 125.71 mph, driven by Ed Morad
    2008 Pontiac G8 (first G8 in the tens), 10.727 @ 129.87 mph
    2018 Cadillac ATS-V, 619 whp

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    I maxed out the tables -6040 and +6040 and the pedal/throttle definitely feels and works like one might think it should. Very nice.

    Now I am returning to the Driver Demand tables to see if I get more predictable and direct results from part throttle adjustments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Higgs Boson View Post
    I maxed out the tables -6040 and +6040 and the pedal/throttle definitely feels and works like one might think it should. Very nice.
    Which ones did you change? I see 9508 (enable bit), 9509 through 9512 (decreasing) and 9513 through 9516 (increasing).
    1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP (first 3800 FWD in the tens), 9.499 @ 145.13 mph
    1998 Pontiac Firebird (first 3800 RWD in the eights), 843 whp, 8.991 @ 152.12 mph, driven by Tim King
    1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT (first 3800 FWD in the eights), 8.902 @ 154.90 mph, driven by Bob Cook
    2000 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi (first 3800 Bonneville in the twelves, elevens and tens), 10.711 @ 125.71 mph, driven by Ed Morad
    2008 Pontiac G8 (first G8 in the tens), 10.727 @ 129.87 mph
    2018 Cadillac ATS-V, 619 whp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tapout Tuning View Post
    Which ones did you change? I see 9508 (enable bit), 9509 through 9512 (decreasing) and 9513 through 9516 (increasing).

    all of them. Predicted and Immediate Increasing and Decreasing. And Disabled the Idle one.

    All Decreasing is -6041
    All Increasing is 6041

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    Which vehicle are you guys seeing these on? Just did a fresh read with 4.5.655 beta of a 2019 ZL1 A10 and don't see them listed under driver demand tab.

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    Typically 14-16 vehicles

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    Mine is a 2017 Z06 and I also had them added to my wife's 2019 Yukon OS. If you don't see them then HPT can add them if you send your file to support.

    I also had them added to a 17 Yukon customer car so far.

    I can say it made a major difference in how the throttle feels and how the car acts. These tables are a nuisance left stock.

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    Nice!! I need to update my software

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    Just adjusted mine, ill post feed back later this week.

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    I have a 2014 e78. I don't see these tables so based on above posts my steps are update software by downloading vcm suite and sending my file to support if I don't see those tables? Super new here thanks for the info! My car isn't v8 but I'm hoping this will be available for me.

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    I'm going to test this on my personal vehicle later. 2017 Z06 as well, 7 speed.
    I've tuned a few things...

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    Can anyone list the Table ID for these to get them added?

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    I will say I will probably revise some of the decel areas back to stock or near stock values, need to log it and see which areas though. Coming off pedal to 0% sometimes feels a little too quick or abrupt of a throttle close. Accel and steady state feels awesome.

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    so cool will see if I got them also. maybe this can be a solution to lazy throttle helping 60 foot times. full throttle only happens after 5mph.
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by obd2 View Post
    so cool will see if I got them also. maybe this can be a solution to lazy throttle helping 60 foot times. full throttle only happens after 5mph.
    Cheers
    My thoughts exactly, fingers crossed!

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    Did you have to do a re-read for them to show up in your cal? Or should I get hpt to add them to mine. Curious to play with them.

    I have noticed them in some later read customer vehicles.

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    no need to reread to see new tables (ever). just need the HPT version with the ability to display them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Higgs Boson View Post
    no need to reread to see new tables (ever). just need the HPT version with the ability to display them.
    Didn't think so. I requested them for my OS

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    How do you request them? I don?t see them on a 16 ss