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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-21-2017, 01:43 AM
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I wish I did some testing before I did all the mod like tune and the bolt ons but you know how it is when you have parts coming in the mail.. just excite to install and enjoy it lol..
But a few night ago on my way home from work had a newer challenger scat pack with a 6.4 392 motor in it.. 98% sure... (could tell by the big brakes and had the Badging) anyways he wanted some runs... I am assuming he was all stock...
well we pulled form a 40 roll and I pulled him about 2 car lengths before I let off... did it few more pulls and still the same results from 1.5- 2 car lengths I had him.. knowing that I am about 5200lbs SUV and AWD with drivetrain lost vs a true muscle car with the same motor and from a 40 roll.. I am pretty certain my tune must of had some effect lol.. but all in all just having MDS turned off is 80% of the best part of having it tuned. And the other 20% is maybe some power added with the new TCM tuning the shifting is much quicker and smoother the the OEM TCM tune.. I do feel a difference between the 3 modes in the TCM tune... with track mode the trans does shift quick and firmer then OEM


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i3/Trinity allow the end user to disable MDS, it does not require a custom tune
Mike how is this done on the i3? What menu option? Thanks bud.
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i3/Trinity allow the end user to disable MDS, it does not require a custom tune
hey mike

What's the big difference between the i3 and Trinity? Does the i3 have all the same functions besides the gauges and timers? Looking at getting a tuner for my WK2 2014 srt
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What's the big difference between the i3 and Trinity? Does the i3 have all the same functions besides the gauges and timers? Looking at getting a tuner for my WK2 2014 srt


Trinity you can use as a guage or Monitor engine and performance with tuning capabilities as like the intune3

As for the intune3 is just a simple plug in tune it and unplug it. I donít think you can Monitor any parameters on it but it is capable of data logging.


Ultimate question is what is your plans for your tuner do you want to keep it as a monitor or Guage which we have SRT pages for. OR your just want to tune and get rid of MDS


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hey mike

What's the big difference between the i3 and Trinity? Does the i3 have all the same functions besides the gauges and timers? Looking at getting a tuner for my WK2 2014 srt
I have a InTune2, works perfectly for tuning and data logging. Even utilize the Analog input for a Wideband.

If you want the Trinity and nice gauge layout, then InTune cannot touch that.
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I have a InTune2, works perfectly for tuning and data logging. Even utilize the Analog input for a Wideband.

If you want the Trinity and nice gauge layout, then InTune cannot touch that.
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Trinity you can use as a guage or Monitor engine and performance with tuning capabilities as like the intune3

As for the intune3 is just a simple plug in tune it and unplug it. I donít think you can Monitor any parameters on it but it is capable of data logging.


Ultimate question is what is your plans for your tuner do you want to keep it as a monitor or Guage which we have SRT pages for. OR your just want to tune and get rid of MDS


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