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After you install the tune, your car will still go through the adaptive process, it just uses your new tune as the baseline instead of the factory tune. I know I go through and refresh my tune every couple of months due to the ridiculous stop and start in this area, drive it like a raped ape for the first week or so after a tune and it seems to hold the settings longer.
The adaptives learn how you regularly drive and...adapt.
With my SRT at least, all I have to do stomp it once or twice and it adapts quickly to wanting to be a raging beast again.
I have been driving like a granny for the past 2 weeks with the cold and snow but tonight when I came home from work I took a sharp exit turn and nailed it. After that, the Beast was back in full-on "bring it" mode.
Like the SRT engineers said here a couple of years ago..."It may seem to be like it's becoming tame, but kick it in the @ss and it will remember what to do".
Reset it if you want to, but all you really need to do is drive it hard for a little bit to wake the dragon.
I will give that a shot!
Though I'm sure there's a big difference between your boss-ome SRT engine and our lil semi-Hemis.
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