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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 1:39 PM
--Glowin Cavy-- wrote:

To stop any CELs from being triggered from the second O2 sensor, I would just uncheck all of the DTCs that have anything with "H02S bank 1, sensor 2" in the name, right?
You need to go next to that and set it to DO NOT REPORT TO ECM....



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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 2:31 PM
QWK LN2 (P&P Tuning) wrote:

--Glowin Cavy-- wrote:

To stop any CELs from being triggered from the second O2 sensor, I would just uncheck all of the DTCs that have anything with "H02S bank 1, sensor 2" in the name, right?
You need to go next to that and set it to DO NOT REPORT TO ECM....



Listen to this man ^^^



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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 3:10 PM
QWK LN2 (P&P Tuning) wrote:

--Glowin Cavy-- wrote:

To stop any CELs from being triggered from the second O2 sensor, I would just uncheck all of the DTCs that have anything with "H02S bank 1, sensor 2" in the name, right?
You need to go next to that and set it to DO NOT REPORT TO ECM....


So leave it checked or unchecked for all of them (sensor 2)?

I don't see a "do not report to ecm". My options are:
0 - MIL on first error
1 - MIL on second error
2 - No MIL light
3 - No error reported

I assume it would be number 3?





12.6 @ 114.6 MPH

Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 3:12 PM
Yes, no error reported is correct.


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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 3:22 PM
Alright, simple enough. Thanks. Checked or unchecked though?



12.6 @ 114.6 MPH

Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 3:25 PM
Dont ever uncheck something on that list, or check anything new. Or thats what I've always been told, I never looked into it deeper, or messed with it since I never saw the need. Maybe Ryan will know since he gets paid under the assumption that he knows this stuff.


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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 7:14 PM
Leafy (Club Jeffie FEA man) wrote:

Maybe Ryan will know since he gets paid under the assumption that he knows this stuff.


judging by how much in demand he is, its safe to say he knows this stuff. There is a reason people want him to come tune them not only state wide, nor country wide, but continent wide.... people across north america want him to come tune their cars.... yeah id assume he knows his @!#$.



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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:27 PM
If I am telling it not to report, I usually un-check it.. But in reality, it should not matter becuase its not supposed to be reporting....





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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 1:03 PM
would a Z run okay with just the gm tune, lsj injectors, 2 bar map, and 7 psi. Or atleast until fine tuning can be had.


GMR has got nothing on this
Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 4:00 PM
DOHC_tuner wrote:

would a Z run okay with just the gm tune, lsj injectors, 2 bar map, and 7 psi. Or atleast until fine tuning can be had.


well depends if the AFR's are safe. If you have no way of knowing what the AFR's are then do not bother.



FU Tuning



Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 8:15 PM
mega squirt stand alone is the best but its a big job

Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 8:42 PM
jarmy chabot wrote:

mega squirt stand alone is the best but its a big job
Disagree..... Its "good", especially for thre price.... But nowhere near the "best".... And its not really that big of a job.....





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Re: What to use to tune after forced induction
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 9:58 PM
jarmy chabot wrote:

mega squirt stand alone is the best but its a big job


Hardly, its come a long way in its development. Thats not giving it credit, its made leaps and bounds. But the last I checked its had some assembly code level issues that detract from it. And I mean with the AEM EMS4 only being a couple hundred more...


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