Callaway reliability

Discussion in 'Performance' started by Kevin McCrann, Oct 5, 2019.

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  1. sealandsky

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    Yessir!
     
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    Correct - the TCM is always trying to achieve about 1,500 RPM and that's the one place the Callaway tuning isn't great. At low RPM's the Supercharger tends to buck and surge as it tteeters on the edge of boost. By keeping the RPM's anywhere over 2,000 (about 2,500 is best) the system is smooth as butter, power is always on-tap and the exhaust sounds great. Tow/Haul delivers so/so results and I use that when I'm lazy. I also understand that tow/haul changes the suspension calibrations to a firmer level so have that added benefit. I would kill for paddle shifters! Please expand on the BBP?
     
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    i provided driving logs to Justin & he took care of ECM &TCM...driving is so much more fun :D
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    no issues w/ taking it to dealer. i just reflash, if they add something.
    however the dealer is told by callaway to minimize any updates during service.


    & yes, paddle shift would be awesome!
     
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