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    Default LML RPM limit

    I've pretty much tried everything I can think of on my 2015 E86b LML to get the rpm limit raised with no success. trans tuned t87 to 3400 rpm shift points and it won't go there. What rpm limit are you all getting out of them? also still have the issue where I can go over 120 mph, let off and have to drop back below 80 or so to have any power. like if I get back into the throttle after going over a 100 it has very little until it drops below 80 mph. any ideas?
    2015 3500HD crew cab long bed, 6" fabtech, slightly tuned, emissions intact.
    2005 dmax ccsb, EFI live tuned DSP 5 Full built motor, S471 billet single, More better built trans this time. and lots of other things.
    1984 CJ7 powered by a 2000 LS1. 4L60E.
    2012 Jetta TDI 6 speed manual, (yes the dirty the bastard haha)
    2003 Jetta TDI,
    1986 K10 LQ4/4L80E

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    I have several LML trucks Driving around with RPM from 3400 all the way to 4500. There are lots of tables that need to be modified to allow raised rev limiters. but it can be done

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    How clean is it up around 3400-4000rpms? Are you watching soot load on those pulls?

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    All the trucks I have pulling that kind of RPM are fully Deleted, but I have found when pulling the rpm up it does clean up the smoke and pulls very hard.

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    I'll keep at it gotta figure it out.
    2015 3500HD crew cab long bed, 6" fabtech, slightly tuned, emissions intact.
    2005 dmax ccsb, EFI live tuned DSP 5 Full built motor, S471 billet single, More better built trans this time. and lots of other things.
    1984 CJ7 powered by a 2000 LS1. 4L60E.
    2012 Jetta TDI 6 speed manual, (yes the dirty the bastard haha)
    2003 Jetta TDI,
    1986 K10 LQ4/4L80E

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    If you need help just let me know an I can do my best to help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoLimitAutomotiveTuning View Post
    If you need help just let me know an I can do my best to help you.
    Can I also get some help on this? Really struggling.

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    On some of the tables the cells stop at 3600 or so. I want to say the pulse table does. I'll have to look tonight.
    2015 3500HD crew cab long bed, 6" fabtech, slightly tuned, emissions intact.
    2005 dmax ccsb, EFI live tuned DSP 5 Full built motor, S471 billet single, More better built trans this time. and lots of other things.
    1984 CJ7 powered by a 2000 LS1. 4L60E.
    2012 Jetta TDI 6 speed manual, (yes the dirty the bastard haha)
    2003 Jetta TDI,
    1986 K10 LQ4/4L80E

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