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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokey0210 View Post
    After reading the post, I hooked up my OBDLink and did a test run. I added absolute throttle position to one of the readouts I have. It looks like the max you get under full throttle is around 87% maybe. I did a few different runs but regardless of whether you had it in sport, Drive, or manually shifted it was all the same. Here’s a video of doing a full throttle pole in fifth gear on the highway. Absolute throttle is on the right upper corner.
    https://youtu.be/gww1mIzwp2M
    So the absolute throttle position is how much the throttle body is physically opening?
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    From what I’m able to determine yes. I have found lots of people on other cars and forums get similar values but find a bad TPS and some get 100%. I assume Chrysler did it this way for durability and/or destining. 🏼 I’m thinking I’ll take off the air boot and move it by hand to 100% and see how the gauge reads.

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    That's a great idea! Does it move if someone presses accel pedal w key in on position? Thanks Smoke!
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    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
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    Amsoil P.I. before oil changes
    Amsoil dominator coolant boost
    Stant 18 psi coolant cap
    Tree air freshners under seats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper200c View Post
    That's a great idea! Does it move if someone presses accel pedal w key in on position? Thanks Smoke!
    I tried it and it did not register with the key in the run position with the engine off. I’m guessing the ecu doesn’t actuate the throttle of the engine is off. I’m going to double check with AlfaOBD and see if I get the same result compared to my other OBD app.

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    Thanks for the great info. And I'm understanding all this better thanks too everyone.
    Drivability and performance values from factory are one thing. For high performance,having that throttle valve 100% open when the pedal is too the floor is obviously the best situation, but it seems it's coming down too voltage ranges and limits of adjustment too get WOT! How about a throttle cable and spring!!
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

    Magnaflow cat-back exhaust
    K&N C.A.I.
    RPM torque tube
    RPM base stage 93 octane tune
    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
    Amsoil 5w20
    Amsoil P.I. before oil changes
    Amsoil dominator coolant boost
    Stant 18 psi coolant cap
    Tree air freshners under seats

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    ....And if 86% WOT airflow is all we can get then fine, but I think it's worth chasing that last 14% opening if it can be done.?
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

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    RPM torque tube
    RPM base stage 93 octane tune
    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
    Amsoil 5w20
    Amsoil P.I. before oil changes
    Amsoil dominator coolant boost
    Stant 18 psi coolant cap
    Tree air freshners under seats

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    This thread makes me want to tune my 200s

    I wouldn't even know where to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah View Post
    This thread makes me want to tune my 200s

    I wouldn't even know where to start.
    That's why you get all the hardware set up and let someone like Player3 performance do the tuning
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah View Post
    This thread makes me want to tune my 200s

    I wouldn't even know where to start.
    First thing too do is have your PCM unlocked. Find a local speed shop that uses HP Tuners so you can have your stock file read. Then they send your PCM too HP Tuners too have unlocked and re-flashed. Now your ready! You can choose whoever too make the tuning changes. Like Tyler said...do your mods !st and the fine tuning last. You can get a junkyard PCM to unlock so theres no down time w your car and youll have the original for back up.
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

    Magnaflow cat-back exhaust
    K&N C.A.I.
    RPM torque tube
    RPM base stage 93 octane tune
    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
    Amsoil 5w20
    Amsoil P.I. before oil changes
    Amsoil dominator coolant boost
    Stant 18 psi coolant cap
    Tree air freshners under seats

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    So in helping BBK with the throttle body , we noticed that the WOT throttle stops go over the regular 90° throttle opening . They may do this for manufacturing errors , ect . So the 85% MAY be the perfect 90° opening .
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