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    Spool Mode Max RPM - ATR

    Stock is at 2600 RPMs, now of course many people who are torque whores will lower this down to 2000 RPMs but at the same time you will be filling up more often at the pump

    Has anyone tried 3000+ RPM and seen a difference on gas on just regular DD driving ?

    In most cases for me I shift before 3500 RPMs 90% of the time when DD on any map and my gas will still take a pounding on OTS or Protuned maps

    Most of the time if I'm going to roll race I'll be well into spooled range . I just want to set it up where I don't have to keep flashing back and forth so that why I am asking if anyone has raised the spool mode max RPM and seen any improvements in gas with conservative DD

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BuraQ Click here to enlarge
    Stock is at 2600 RPMs, now of course many people who are torque whores will lower this down to 2000 RPMs but at the same time you will be filling up more often at the pump

    Has anyone tried 3000+ RPM and seen a difference on gas on just regular DD driving ?

    In most cases for me I shift before 3500 RPMs 90% of the time when DD on any map and my gas will still take a pounding on OTS or Protuned maps

    Most of the time if I'm going to roll race I'll be well into spooled range . I just want to set it up where I don't have to keep flashing back and forth so that why I am asking if anyone has raised the spool mode max RPM and seen any improvements in gas with conservative DD
    Spool mode is not meant for fuel economy, rather high EGT to help spool the turbos quicker.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Spool mode is not meant for fuel economy, rather high EGT to help spool the turbos quicker.
    Thanks

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    No. I lowered mine, but your idea of it's function is wrong. Don't go higher than stock.

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    How does it function?

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    I just disable it for factory or RB turbos. For the large single I turned it back on but have not been able to quantify yet whether or not it really helps spool. It just leans out AFR close to stoich during the spool period regardless of the air/fuel targets set in the fueling table.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
    How does it function?
    Separate AFR, and timing tables are used while in "spool mode." It basically
    runs lean and low timing to increase EGT in an attempt to increase spool.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    I just disable it for factory or RB turbos. For the large single I turned it back on but have not been able to quantify yet whether or not it really helps spool. It just leans out AFR close to stoich during the spool period regardless of the air/fuel targets set in the fueling table.
    How do you enable/disable it? I wonder if it has an effect on economy rather than spool speed. I could see that being the case as under 2600rpm spool is happening for normal driving, not performance usually. Like old might be high, but boost would be low so it knows it can go lean.

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    Doesn't really effect much as AFR is going to be stoich during most of spool regardless. It's in TunerPro. You need to enable the toggle and then set the RPM. Before you do anything you'd monitor AFR during the period you're looking at to ensure whatever changes you make are having the desired effect.
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