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Old 08-24-2005, 05:45 PM   #1
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When at WOT the engines rpm seem to go down for a second, then back up and it shifts into second....the TCS was still on...is this torque management? I didn't try it with the TCS off. Could it be the SC belt slipping? I do have the stock belt on it with the 3.4 pulley.
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my guess would be torque management..
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So are the Torque Management files that Intense changes in their PCM only active when the TCS is turned off?
I should really try it with the button off and see if it still does it.
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Maybe SC belt slippage?
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Maybe SC belt slippage?
Possible....I'm still running the stock belt....anyone have a belt number I can go get? Gatorback?
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So are the Torque Management files that Intense changes in their PCM only active when the TCS is turned off?
I should really try it with the button off and see if it still does it.
Can anyone answer this?
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Maybe SC belt slippage?
Possible....I'm still running the stock belt....anyone have a belt number I can go get? Gatorback?
Gatorback 4060715
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So are the Torque Management files that Intense changes in their PCM only active when the TCS is turned off?
I should really try it with the button off and see if it still does it.
Can anyone answer this?
Your TCS button does not control torque management, it controls your traction control (and barely at that). Our torque management settings are unaffected by this button.
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Gatorback 4060715 doesn't fit.....way too tight. Can't even get it on the pulley. I went with a 4060725 which is the stock size apparently......Might have to go to a 3.25 pulley before we can go to the one size down belt.
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