2007 TSX DBX rev hang

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2007 TSX DBX rev hang

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My car is stock and I am looking to eliminate DBW rev hang. Should I use the "stock equivalent" or "base map" tune? What other changes do I have to do to eliminate/reduce rev hang?

Do I uncheck the following:
"1st gear throttle dampening enabled"
"Overrun throttle opening enabled"

Thanks.

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Re: 2007 TSX DBX rev hang

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I am not aware of the TSX having any issues with "rev hang".

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Yes they do.

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In fact, you mentioned some settings on this thread viewtopic.php?f=37&t=19201.

I am trying to figure out what the overrun fuel cut delay should be set for this MY TSX. Thanks.

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Since it is adjustable you can try different settings and see what works best for you.

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Re: 2007 TSX DBX rev hang

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I tried 110,80,60,60, 40 and the first and second gear still seems a bit jerky. I am planning lower the values a bit. 3-6 gear feels great.

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Anyone who has been able to reduce "rev hang", please post the settings used. Thanks.

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I'm interested in this too, I'll search around on tsxclub.com and see if anyone has a solution.

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