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    Default Switching between multiple tunes.

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyF View Post
    Yes, those steps should be explained in the instructions or the Help section. If you want to change the Learn Limits you just select the numbers in the table and change them. If you want to build a "limp home" tune, you just turn off Closed Loop and save it as a different name. If it was me I'd look at the Learn Table first and then do a Transfer Learning To Base if the Learn Table looks good. Then drive the car a bit more and look at the Learn Table again. Once you're sure that you have a good solid tune, I'd lock it down and save a "limp home" copy.
    I know the original reply is several years old (the reason I created a new thread), but very good advice. I have one question that pertains to this post. Can you have several tunes saved that attempt to accomplish different objectives such as all out power vs fuel economy, and change between them without consequence? I don't see why not, but I'm very new to tuning and would rather pose the question than figure it out with trial & error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcktdg View Post
    Can you have several tunes saved that attempt to accomplish different objectives such as all out power vs fuel economy, and change between them without consequence?
    Yes, you can have as many tunes as you want (as long as you created good tunes).
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