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Unread 29th April 2019, 06:27 PM
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Did he use Subaru FreeSSM? I have been reading about it but haven't actually tried it on my vehicle. It can change shift points on D, as well as other Subaru things. Cheers.
I'm sorry I can't help you with this. You would need to contact Matt and ask him. As a guess I would say no as he does similar things to lots of different makes of vehicle. Whether he uses different types of software I wouldn't know.
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and the tuners are probably not prepared to give away their secrets! ;-)
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Unread 29th April 2019, 08:58 PM
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Haha, true. I haven't looked into FreeSSM yet but I would be willing to concentrate low-end torque, as well. Maybe in the future I will look into it and update the forum. Cheers.
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