Where is the tune for the jeep 2012 srt8 on the t-1000? i just updated it and Jeep isn't listed
You need the C revision of the file which isn't listed anymore. It had an issue on Forza Jeep so I'm guessing that's why it's pulled at the moment. John emailed me the file and it loaded no problem for me. PM me your email and I can forward the email with the file.
I think that the c file is for all Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge products that they have had tunes for. Think it got pulled because other models are having issues. I have an issue that the tunes do not finish loading and wants me to turn the key on(when it is). Also it want me to restore the OEM when plugging in because last tune did not finish loading. If I do that everything shuts down including Trinity. After about 4 minutes truck reboots but Trinity stays black and yellow light flashes. Was told that the tunes are loaded it just doesn't show they are finished. Unable to update because it wants OEM loaded. Trinity does show OEM was the last tune loaded. Some Chrysler 300's have had similar issues and have bricked. My truck runs, but I don't trust it. I don't want to go somewhere and get stuck. Told I was the only Jeep to have an issue and they needed someone with a Jeep to come in so they could figure out the problem. Diablo's forum is a good place to see what issues are happening.
2012 GC SRT8 ???hp (Workin on more power)
2012 CL63 537hp (Soon to be 669hp)
2003 Donzi 1300hp (Just plain loud)
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I'm seeing about 3.5 degrees of STKN at WOT using the 91 tune. I took about half a tank of Shell 91 and mixed in 5 gallons of Torco 108 race gas. The STKN has come down and will vary from 0.5-3.5 degrees depending on the gear and speed I do a WOT blip. What's the best way to bring the STKN down all around? Should I adjust the tune and add a little more fuel or what? Any ideas.
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