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      01-14-2013, 09:33 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Vic311 View Post
Not fully getting what I am asking

Assuming targets are being reached on 91 and optimal conditions to run higher advance. Will your tune have the range to take advantage of 100 octane race fuel. It sounds what you are saying is that it would require a 100 tune that I could not run 91 on. Can you please elaborate?

Not sure if you had flashloader capabilities that could switch between maps on the fly.
What you're asking for is a tune that is tailored for the the worst and best fuel available. We don't monkey around with timing adaptation limits.

We ask what octane you run for a reason. If you want to run 100 octane, you can flash in a file suited for that in 5 minutes. Running 91 octane on a file suited for 100 is not a good idea.

Running 100 octane on a file programmed for 91 is not going to take full advantage of the 100.

I hope this answers your question.
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