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My FA will always shoot to 2000-2300rpm on a cold start and I find it very annoying. Other than to try to heat up the engine/cat sooner, there is no real need for it to do this.

I would like to do an axleback but do not want it to sing the song of its people to the neighborhood every morning I crank it over.


If I were to acquire an AccessPort with a Cobb or MAperformance tune, do either lower the intensity of cold start target rpm?

If not, can it be covered within a pro-tune?


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My FA will always shoot to 2000-2300rpm on a cold start and I find it very annoying. Other than to try to heat up the engine/cat sooner, there is no real need for it to do this.

I would like to do an axleback but do not want it to sing the song of its people to the neighborhood every morning I crank it over.


If I were to acquire an AccessPort with a Cobb or MAperformance tune, do either lower the intensity of cold start target rpm?

If not, can it be covered within a pro-tune?


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It won't be fixed with a OTS map but a E-Tuner or ProTuner could reduce the cold start idle.
 

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My FA will always shoot to 2000-2300rpm on a cold start and I find it very annoying. Other than to try to heat up the engine/cat sooner, there is no real need for it to do this.

I would like to do an axleback but do not want it to sing the song of its people to the neighborhood every morning I crank it over.


If I were to acquire an AccessPort with a Cobb or MAperformance tune, do either lower the intensity of cold start target rpm?

If not, can it be covered within a pro-tune?


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I usually remove this with cars I've tuned, I'm probably just paranoid but I dont like my cold engine running double the RPMs it needs to when the block is 10 degrees on a cold winter morning.
 
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