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conneem said:
Just a quick question, I thought that usually with a Haldex car, the Haldex fuse had to be pulled and the car tested as basically a FWD :?:

Only if your dyno looks like this.

 

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Why if you have a four wheel dyno?
DSG can be a problem if the operator is inexperienced and hub dynos are best for 4WD DSG anyway.
Obviously not a problem with the TTRS ....pity there are no figures.
 

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Why if you have a four wheel dyno?
DSG can be a problem if the operator is inexperienced and hub dynos are best for 4WD DSG anyway.
Obviously not a problem with the TTRS ....pity there are no figures.
Yeah I know the one in the vid is a 4wd dyno but I thought I read that the Haldex system throws the results off somehow. Maybe only certain makes of 4wd dyno's can handle it? I know that pulling the fuse is not very good for the Haldex coupling when testing at high speeds.

Here is the plot they got comapring before and after their tuning package.



and here their plot from a TTS just ot compare

 

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Both very good plots. Impressed with the TTS graph, I wonder what modifications they have other than a remap. Hard to be sure from their video but it looks like a different exhaust at least.
 

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