my understanding the shift points are moved higher so avoid low speed lugging which is sup better for those overdrivesQuestion on the SOTF switch and tune levels. I could have sworn I read somewhere that the 2014-2018? trucks only have 4 tunes using the switch and not 5? Is that true? I tried to go back and find where I read that but couldn't find it. Also what HP levels are each one? CTT shows these levels (for a 0-180 tune) but if you only have 4 what are they and which one did they drop. And what position on the switch does nothing if you only have 4, 1 or 5?... Or am I just dreaming I read that?
Truck is a 2016 btw..
- 0 HP – Optimized Stock
- 30 HP – Tow
- 80 HP – Sport
- 130 HP – Performance
- 180+ HP – Maxx Effort
I just installed everything this weekend. Started with the Intact 2.1 SOTF W/TCM tuning but did not like the shifting, specifically holding 5th for so long. I drive lazy country back roads most of the time and kind of like the stock trans shifting for that.
When I wasn't happy with that I went ahead and tackled removing everything and went with CMER ER SOTF 0-180hp V2.1. This does not have TCM tuning and while it is still in re-learn I like it better so far.
Anyone have any recommendations on any other tunes that have the most "stock like" behavior for TCM tuning?
I don't have anything above the 2.1 series at this point. (1.6.9, 18.104.22.168, 1.7.9, 2.0, 2.1, .2.1B, 2.1D etc.)