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Well, this morning when I was merging into the freeway, there was a car coming really fast up to my a$$. So, I put my right food down to the pedal and WOT for the first time. I did not remember which gear the truck of on but DANG ! This truck actually flied !!! I was going from around 40mph to 80+ in no time (...sort of...). I saw the the RPM went up to a little more than 6k before it shifted to the next gear. The engine did not scream very loud compare of my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee where the engine sounded like it was to going to fall apart when I put pedal to the metal. :)

Anyway, just want to share my little experience on this Friday morning. I am very impressed by the power of this truck. It kicks a$$ :awesome:
 

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lol! aweesommmee! i love it when my dad drives 140km+ on the highway or even in residential areas ;)
 

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I do it all the time. Try resetting the ECU if this is the first time you tried it WOT and try it again after. Huge difference. ;)
 

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92TripleBlack said:
I do it all the time. Try resetting the ECU if this is the first time you tried it WOT and try it again after. Huge difference. ;)
I have been exploring the depths of the floorboard attempting to retrain the ECU. Not sure it is working but sure is fun. May have to just go ahead and do the reset sequence this weekend.

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ECU=Electronic Control Unit (computer)
WOT= wide open throttle - floored
 

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92TripleBlack said:
I do it all the time. Try resetting the ECU if this is the first time you tried it WOT and try it again after. Huge difference. ;)

hhhmm... now you got me into it. ;)

The only downside when I ride with my wife is everytime I WOT, she would say, "Here goes $1 of your gas." :)
 
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