What I ment was basiclly what its purpose was and should/could it be removed like the DSP for our practical purposes? I say this for the sake of guys with a built trasnaxle..johnt said:Trans abuse mode doesn't deal with skip shifts. Rather its purpose is to limit the torque if it detects a high TPS/RPM with a low MPH is detected. In other words, it limits the damage that you can cause by doing things like neutral drops.
Rob I'm not sure what you're referring to by DSP? Diff score prevention is yet another form of torque management, found under the Engine, Torque Management tab in HPT.
Yea, thanks John. There is TAM and DSP. Im yanking both. I see what you mean by the TAM. If I remember correctly now it wont allow you to ingadge untill the R's drop. I dont plan on any N-drops..johnt said:Hey, I just realized that by DSP you mean diff scoring protection. DOH, yes I'm an idiot!
Anyway, yes you can disable the TAM. FWIW, I run mine disabled.
The TAM should not intervene when you're stalling, unless you're stalling at pretty high RPMs. TAM has an enable RPM, where it won't become activate unless your RPMs are above this value. I imagine that it varies from year to year or model to model, but the stock TAM enable RPM in my car (98) was originally set to 3700. So I wouldn't have experienced any torque limiting unless I was stalling above that point.
Does that help?