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Old 03-18-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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t7 adaption

someone want to explain how to do it?
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do a search there is a thread on this.
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yeah i couldn't find it.....
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Its been taken down. I looked for it for him first.
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Old 03-18-2008, 06:25 PM   #6
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1.) unplug the battery/pull the ecu fuse for a few minutes.
2.) find a hill
3.) stick it in 3rd and floor it from about 1800-3500rpm
repeat steps 2 and 3 at least two more times and there you have it... a faster T7 than when you started
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Old 03-19-2008, 05:37 AM   #8
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And do not forget that after you do this and then just drive around town/freeway for x amount of miles, you will have to do it again. But then all you do is get back on the highway, no need to unplug battery and flog the hell out of it again 3 times in a row. Don't forget to let the car cool some before each flogging. In other words, the T7 will adapt back down to your "everyday" driving habits.
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The car does Not adapt to how you drive it. It only adapts boost response to hardware fitted. Fuel trims and knock also but that is mostly adapting to gas and wearing hardware.

There is no need to readapt. If the car is pulling power then you need to fix the mismatched hardware or worn out parts.
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Old 03-19-2008, 09:07 AM   #10
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I swear if I drive around town in chicago which sucks-ass and then drive it on the freeway say 50 miles later, the car is slower. But if I then flog the hell out of it a few times (freeway) it runs like a bat out of hell after. So your saying that it only adapts up?
I guess my question is this, If I drive the piss out of the car on the freeway like stated and then drive around town like a grandma for 100 miles, then get back on the freeway and goose it that the car should be as fast as it was 100 miles ago on the freeway during the adpation runs with everything being equal? Shit I know i'm not the only one who thinks T7's adapt to thehow the driver drives because are a few people on different boards that think the same.
Or is it just the difference in say heat, cold, gas, wearing plugs, and the good ol butt dyno?
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I swear if I drive around town in chicago which sucks-ass and then drive it on the freeway say 50 miles later, the car is slower. But if I then flog the hell out of it a few times (freeway) it runs like a bat out of hell after. So your saying that it only adapts up?
I guess my question is this, If I drive the piss out of the car on the freeway like stated and then drive around town like a grandma for 100 miles, then get back on the freeway and goose it that the car should be as fast as it was 100 miles ago on the freeway during the adpation runs with everything being equal? Shit I know i'm not the only one who thinks T7's adapt to thehow the driver drives because are a few people on different boards that think the same.
Or is it just the difference in say heat, cold, gas, wearing plugs, and the good ol butt dyno?
Thanks
I must say that if i have been driving around in town and then get a chance to boot it, it takes 2 or 3 hard runs before it pulls strongly again. I also thought it was maybe heat soak?
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