i dont think that would be possible. all TM is in the computer is a whole table of numbers(to put it basically). those numbers are constants. once they get changed, they aint going back until a tuner changes them againtigeragogo said:I am thinking of a tune and removal of the Torque Management on my 2005 A4. Did anyone ever have or want to have the Torque Management re-enabled after it was removed???
Could you please explain why TM should be reduced and not eliminated(for warranty reasons?). What should be its reduction(is there a percentage scale?)?TheRealDeadApe said:I would recommend that you have torque management reduced, not eliminated.
The main reason is to protect the transmission. Any alteration will have an affect on warranty claims. Completely eliminating torque reduction will redunce clutch pack life greatly, when reducing its affect can give you the performance your looking for with better trans life.tigeragogo said:Could you please explain why TM should be reduced and not eliminated(for warranty reasons?). What should be its reduction(is there a percentage scale?)?
yes - and actually, it's a VERY good idea to save your stock tune BEFORE you do any fiddling around. My car seems to have an issue with the HP Tuners software. When my friend tunes my car, he can't upload a complete tune. Instead, he "updates" the current tune.redgto4u said:noob question....with hptuners can you upload the stock tune and save it as a file on your pc?? That's the easiest way to put the car back to stock right?