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Is it possible to reduce or eliminate the throttle control in low gear 2 wheel drive? I'm typically in 2 wheel probably 90% of the time. I wouldn't even mind reducing it about 50% in low 4 wheel drive. Maybe some of you ecm gurus can chip in with some advice. 2017 R&T.
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Is it possible to reduce or eliminate the throttle control in low gear 2 wheel drive? I'm typically in 2 wheel probably 90% of the time. I wouldn't even mind reducing it about 50% in low 4 wheel drive. Maybe some of you ecm gurus can chip in with some advice. 2017 R&T.
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Not sure what mean by "eliminate throttle control". There are torque limits and throttle mapping for each gear. These can be tailored to the drivers liking.
 

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Do you have a TRE Joe? I don't remember if you do or not but if you do then you are aware of the difference in throttle pedal travel between low 2wd and 4wd. I'm not sure if they change pedal travel for low 2wd but if they do I'd like to get rid of it. Low 4wd, imo, they should reduce pedal travel. Here is a simple example, if you get full throttle with 2" of pedal travel in high 2wd it probably takes 3 or 4" of pedal travel in low 4wd. I've also heard that full throttle in low 4wd is only 70%. I'd prefer that Polaris left the throttle alone and give control back to me. It's not for everyone, but I'd like to have the choice. Hope this makes sense.
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Do you have a TRE Joe? I don't remember if you do or not but if you do then you are aware of the difference in throttle pedal travel between low 2wd and 4wd. I'm not sure if they change pedal travel for low 2wd but if they do I'd like to get rid of it. Low 4wd, imo, they should reduce pedal travel. Here is a simple example, if you get full throttle with 2" of pedal travel in high 2wd it probably takes 3 or 4" of pedal travel in low 4wd. I've also heard that full throttle in low 4wd is only 70%. I'd prefer that Polaris left the throttle alone and give control back to me. It's not for everyone, but I'd like to have the choice. Hope this makes sense.
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Dynojet PVCX & a Stage 1 tune ( I use Aftermarket Assassins ), will give pretty much all the throttle control back to you.

Those TRE are such a good concept, I love the idea, but I think Polaris missed the mark a little bit on them, and the throttle mapping is one reason why.
 

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Do you have a TRE Joe? I don't remember if you do or not but if you do then you are aware of the difference in throttle pedal travel between low 2wd and 4wd. I'm not sure if they change pedal travel for low 2wd but if they do I'd like to get rid of it. Low 4wd, imo, they should reduce pedal travel. Here is a simple example, if you get full throttle with 2" of pedal travel in high 2wd it probably takes 3 or 4" of pedal travel in low 4wd. I've also heard that full throttle in low 4wd is only 70%. I'd prefer that Polaris left the throttle alone and give control back to me. It's not for everyone, but I'd like to have the choice. Hope this makes sense.
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I don't have a TRE but they all have drive by wire with throttle position mapping. The throttle ramp in AWD for all models is similar with a progressive throttle map. Torque and max throttle are limited in L, R, & AWD. As RWB173 said with a Dynojet PVCX the throttle ramp rate can be tailored any way to like. I guessing you want it linear (1:1). You can get tune with or without adding power and does away with all the limiters and has the throttle mapped the way you like it. Give Mike at AA a call and get him what your looking for.
 

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Correction - I had to go look at the maps and refresh my memory. The "pedal to requested torque" is limited by gear selection and not AWD.


Here this makes it simple:



These are the base throttle maps and there are 2 more for each gear with other factors. These can be easily tailored to what you want with a PCVX
 

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The TRE throttle map isn’t close to other model as you suggest joe


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Joe, if you get that TRE program I would sure like to see it next to one from a standard XP. Just be cool to see the difference between them. So if I do the tuner and decide I need to change it can I do it or do I have to send it back? Probably have to get a grandkid to do it anyway!
By the way, thanks for the replies, occasionally us old dogs can learn new things.
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Joe, if you get that TRE program I would sure like to see it next to one from a standard XP. Just be cool to see the difference between them. So if I do the tuner and decide I need to change it can I do it or do I have to send it back? Probably have to get a grandkid to do it anyway!
By the way, thanks for the replies, occasionally us old dogs can learn new things.
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If you get a tune from a "tuner" it will be locked and you will not be able to see or change anything. However, with the PVCX you can modify the stock tune yourself. Hell, if you get one I'll modify the settings to how you like for you.
 

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Thanks for the offer Joe. At $350 + or - I think I'll spend my money on a spring kit first. Then maybe consider the Turner, I've already put up with it for 3000+ miles so I guess I can live with it for a while longer.
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