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Old 04-24-2012, 10:09 AM
hotrod2448 hotrod2448 is offline
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Originally Posted by cssnms View Post
Difference being the jb4 and procede offer different maps by design to account for running meth, race gas etc, not so in the case of the jbd, dtuk etc. For the diesel it makes no sense. I tend to agree with flyingman here. It seems most tuners like to use the dyno numbers taken at the higher settings for marketing purposes.
Maybe some of those setting are for European guys who've removed the DPF? Of course given the options they have I'd go with a tune for that application but, who knows.

I'd say it may also be a possibility that DTUK uses the same internals for multiple applications across different manufacturers and that could contribute to why there are so many "map" options.

It doesn't really matter when you get down to it. It's nice that both JBD and DTUK have options to adjust your tune to the maximum trouble free potential for your car.
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