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I mean from the computer's perspective. Handheld programmers usually have options like shift points and whatnot for WOT(Wide Open Throttle) and I've never really messed with them because I didn't think it would make a difference outside of the drag strip. Does WOT specifically mean "pedal to the floor"? Because honestly how often can you do that without getting a ticket or getting dead :) I'm wondering if WOT refers more to "stabbing the gas", as in suddenly applying half or 3/4 throttle. Anyone know?
 

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If you want to know for sure then you'll need to read raw voltage from the TPS wire with a multi-meter.
 

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at 80% on up the computer recognizes it as WOT.
 

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I didn't know that! I learned something today :happydance:
there's no way I knew something before you, maybe age just helped you forget it.:gringreen

BTW I just learned that last dyno session with my last upgrades.
 

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there's no way I knew something before you, maybe age just helped you forget it.:gringreen

BTW I just learned that last dyno session with my last upgrades.
Nope... I had no idea. You've one-upped me. :nogrinner
 

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At 80% on up the computer recognizes it as WOT.
Great. Now everyone on AFM will make sure they mash the gas pedal down only 90 percent of the way, so they can swear to their parents that they never floor it when driving their Mustangs.
 

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WOT is the foot down to the floor and holding on for dear life:bigthumbsup
 
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