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Thread: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

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    Re: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by Double R Diesel View Post
    My recommendations are the Revmax valve body and their ultra low stall torque converter. The billet flex plate is a good option but not required if you are not going to ever go beyond what the power a stock turbo is capable of making.

    A retune is not required for the above mods, but you will not see an increase in line pressure that the new valve body allows if you don't get a retune.

    Ray,
    Double R Diesel
    I got ya. Yeah I don’t plan on ever going into any high hp, I’m content with a 90 horse tune. Thanks for the input sir.

    2018 2500, 6.7 Cummins, black, stock drive train, Carli 2.5 leveling kit, 18x9 Method Nv wheels, BFG ATs, 68RFE, DRD emissions tuning

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    Re: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

    @Double R Diesel after flashing the ECM with a tune file, is it required to do a "Quick Learn" procedure with a Chrysler or Snap-On scan tool prior to the driving re-learn... or is doing a driving re-learn adequate?


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    Re: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

    Driving re-learn is fine- it will take a few hundred miles for it to fully learn. City/driving with more stops and starts will accelerate the learning process

    2013 Ram 2500 Quad Cab Long Bed 4x4 White -Fender Flares-Leveled-35x12.50x20 ToyoAT2 - MM3 Tuning - DRD - 4” Flo Pro w 30” FTE Resonator, 6x18 Pypes tip, Replacement Bumper, Amp Power Steps, 32'' Light Bar, AMP rear Step, Train Horns
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    Re: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by TexNeck View Post
    Driving re-learn is fine- it will take a few hundred miles for it to fully learn. City/driving with more stops and starts will accelerate the learning process
    That is correct. Thanks for your post.

    Ray,
    Double R Diesel

    The Cummins Whisperer! John 3:16, Romans 10:9-10...Tuning for the Heart and Soul.


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    Re: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

    If you have the scanner readily available by all means use it to do the quick learn first then go drive it easy for a 100 miles or so


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    Re: Tuned 68RFE Shift Patterns

    Good to know. I just did the driving re-learn when I tuned back in July of 2018. Set the MM3 to the lowest hp switch setting and did stop-and-go around town for 100 miles or so before gradually increasing throttle percentage and acceleration rates. That being said, there's a lot of conflicting information out there.... including most of the RevMax documentation stating that a quick-learn was mandatory. Of course, that may be just a condition of their warranty, and I can respect that.


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