Yes...Just did it.When you go to upload a tune there will be an options menu you can go to or skip just before you load the tune. Theres a few adjustments you can make including neutral idle and drive idle. After you choose what rpm you want you continue to upload the tune. Easy :bigthumbsup
Thanks man! I had an aftermarket exhaust put on and ever since I've had this annoying vibration/rough idle issue with the stock idle. Whenever I set the rpm to 825-900, the issue goes away. It was a quick fix until I could get my dampener kit in. Not too worried about it right now though since my car just got rear ended and the vibration has increased so I'm hoping it will all be fixed through my insurance.
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