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What is the normal Idle speed once its warmed up?
I'd go look but the Coupe is at the dealer getting a new trans again.
 

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What is the normal Idle speed once its warmed up?
I'd go look but the Coupe is at the dealer getting a new trans again.

My 2011 2.0T idles at around 700-800 rpm after its warm, not sure if the 2013 is any different doubt it or unless you have the 3.8 then once again, it might be different...
 

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Anyone? I need to get this info to BTR so my ECU idle rpm can be set. Im trying to get rid of the chatter from the CCI clutch.
 
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Anyone?
 

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See I checked that thread and I called 2 different dealers and I have conflicting information. I need a definitive answer, curious if anyone knew.

This morning I got 600 -/+ 50 from one dealer and 700 -/+ 50 from another dealer.

So I guess I will ask for 800 and hope for the best.

Hopefully fast AC idle isnt too high like 950-1000
 

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Your ECU controls the idle... so... there's no definite optimal idle. Atmospheric conditions are going to have an effect on your idle. Also load will have an effect... for instance running your AC will cause the ECU to bump up the idle speed, or having a high alternator load can drag the engine down a bit. If you ask me, 700 plus or minus 50 is probably about close to the truth... if there is such a thing as the truth.

My question is... why is BTR asking you for Idle RPM? Don't they know?
 

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I'm trying to get rid of my clutch chatter, since I have the CCI Stage 3, usually AC auto low causes the chatter to disappear like a missing child on a milk carton.

BTR said they can adjust target idle so I'm curious where it is now so I can raise it 100 rpm to kill this chatter forever.

Its a great clutch just hate the chatter with SMF
 

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All the more reason why I never changed out my DMF.
 

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I'm trying to get rid of my clutch chatter, since I have the CCI Stage 3, usually AC auto low causes the chatter to disappear like a missing child on a milk carton.

BTR said they can adjust target idle so I'm curious where it is now so I can raise it 100 rpm to kill this chatter forever.

Its a great clutch just hate the chatter with SMF
I'm curious how much chatter you are having compared to my ClutchMasters kit. Any video?
 

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I love the performance of the SMF. Just hate the noise.
Going to possibly order a dual plate.
 

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I'm curious how much chatter you are having compared to my ClutchMasters kit. Any video?
It's not much to be honest but I know it's there and it bugs me.
 

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Freeman Hyundai in Irving, Go see Derek H. or Aaron.
 

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It's not much to be honest but I know it's there and it bugs me.
the noise it makes when you start it bothers me more
 

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Meh I've become immune to the *ting*
 

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Around 7-800 rpm. For some reason when i start it up it revs to like 1700-1800 rpm right away then drops down to normal, ive never understood that
 

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Mine sits right at 600 when stopped. Maybe 7-800 with the clutch pushed in while moving. The high rpms at start is normal for the Gdi engine.
 
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