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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Friday, August 19, 2005 3:00 PM
so any updates on this? it out for us ecotecs? it would bo so nice to be able to run a set of 550cc injectors and not worry about the ecu pulling back fuel or flooding out at idle. plus have a perfect a.f




Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Friday, August 19, 2005 3:24 PM
no not out yet

relax , once its out , i can tell you will know







Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Friday, August 19, 2005 3:29 PM
I'd buy one too. I have almost all the bolt ons and now I just need some way to tune it.

Do i have to go get my VIN# ? If so, where do I send it?



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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Friday, August 19, 2005 10:15 PM
I'm very excited about this, i will deffintly be buying it, would it be much help wiht a car just with an intake, a pulley, and an exhaust system?



Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Friday, August 19, 2005 11:14 PM
this is the only real piece of the puzzle that our platform lacks.. well that and a good dif for the f23.. but this is a HUGE (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) part of the big picture for the J bodies.



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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Saturday, August 20, 2005 5:06 AM
I would like to know if the version for the cavaliers will allow for use of a 2 bar map.

I have used hptuners before, amazing software, does wonders for the computer controlled auto trannys.
Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Saturday, August 20, 2005 2:53 PM
Chris good to see you joined up. Hows Keiths car running? I heard he just moved and moved the car with him. i wondered if the neighbors noticed. LOL. Anyway, goodluck with getting the programs lined up. I know you have a great crew and i know a lot of people on the MFBA board that use you guys, plus i saw you got a little insert into the chevy magazine world Very nice write up in there. Looking forward to see the product come out and tell keith he needs to lose more weight off of his car. Im sure there is still a nut and bold that can get that car lighter than it already is. lol Take it easy.



Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Saturday, August 20, 2005 3:43 PM
zeroto60in6flat wrote:

I would like to know if the version for the cavaliers will allow for use of a 2 bar map.

I have used hptuners before, amazing software, does wonders for the computer controlled auto trannys.


once we get basic support working we will see about 2bar.
Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Saturday, August 20, 2005 3:46 PM
Vincent Morris wrote:

Chris good to see you joined up. Hows Keiths car running? I heard he just moved and moved the car with him. i wondered if the neighbors noticed. LOL. Anyway, goodluck with getting the programs lined up. I know you have a great crew and i know a lot of people on the MFBA board that use you guys, plus i saw you got a little insert into the chevy magazine world Very nice write up in there. Looking forward to see the product come out and tell keith he needs to lose more weight off of his car. Im sure there is still a nut and bold that can get that car lighter than it already is. lol Take it easy.


Thanks for the kind words!

Yeah i am sure the neighbors noticed by their windows shaking when he pulled it off the trailer

I don't think he could get the car any lower, maybe there is some new liteweight paint he hasn't tried yet... he is chasing the "more power" option now which is much more fun.

Chris...
Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Sunday, August 21, 2005 10:28 AM
not sure if this was brought up yet or not. this product will most likley enable you to get rid of the speed limiter.
if that is the case, this product should come fo some sort of warning like "Not intended for street use. track only" or something like that



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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Sunday, August 21, 2005 12:28 PM
i have a nooby question, and i saw this question was already asked but i didnt see a anwsner
will these chip hewlp us ppl who arent boosted??

Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Sunday, August 21, 2005 12:37 PM
this really is not a chip it is basicly the unlock key to your comps brain. but yes if your not boosted you can use this too fine tune your curve and gain a few ponies


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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 22, 2005 1:57 AM
99redz24 wrote:

not sure if this was brought up yet or not. this product will most likley enable you to get rid of the speed limiter.
if that is the case, this product should come fo some sort of warning like "Not intended for street use. track only" or something like that


or maybe it should come with a 'ask your mommy first' label........




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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 22, 2005 4:54 AM
SpeedRacerZ wrote:

99redz24 wrote:

not sure if this was brought up yet or not. this product will most likley enable you to get rid of the speed limiter.
if that is the case, this product should come fo some sort of warning like "Not intended for street use. track only" or something like that


or maybe it should come with a 'ask your mommy first' label........


LOL!!

funny, but i was actually being serious



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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 22, 2005 4:11 PM
I'm still curious whether the Cavalier tunning will work on a Sunfire. I cannot for the life of me see why not since they are the exact same car, barring a couple of body parts.



Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 22, 2005 4:19 PM
Cherub (AZ) wrote:

I'm still curious whether the Cavalier tunning will work on a Sunfire. I cannot for the life of me see why not since they are the exact same car, barring a couple of body parts.


I'm also very concerned about this, some clarification would be great.


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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Tuesday, August 23, 2005 5:55 PM
as long as it works for my 04 ecotec 5 speed. im happy.

fuel and ignition control would be perfect.



Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Thursday, August 25, 2005 8:15 PM
Ian Brydon wrote:

Cherub (AZ) wrote:

I'm still curious whether the Cavalier tunning will work on a Sunfire. I cannot for the life of me see why not since they are the exact same car, barring a couple of body parts.


I'm also very concerned about this, some clarification would be great.


are you guys serious ---

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on a different note I WILL buy this the day it is released






Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 29, 2005 1:08 PM
Chris P wrote:

Vincent Morris wrote:

Chris good to see you joined up. Hows Keiths car running? I heard he just moved and moved the car with him. i wondered if the neighbors noticed. LOL. Anyway, goodluck with getting the programs lined up. I know you have a great crew and i know a lot of people on the MFBA board that use you guys, plus i saw you got a little insert into the chevy magazine world Very nice write up in there. Looking forward to see the product come out and tell keith he needs to lose more weight off of his car. Im sure there is still a nut and bold that can get that car lighter than it already is. lol Take it easy.


Thanks for the kind words!

Yeah i am sure the neighbors noticed by their windows shaking when he pulled it off the trailer

I don't think he could get the car any lower, maybe there is some new liteweight paint he hasn't tried yet... he is chasing the "more power" option now which is much more fun.

Chris...


Is he chasing the more pwer route with NA still? He still has that cordova record.



Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 29, 2005 1:35 PM
04 ecotec LS Sport wrote:

Ian Brydon wrote:

Cherub (AZ) wrote:

I'm still curious whether the Cavalier tunning will work on a Sunfire. I cannot for the life of me see why not since they are the exact same car, barring a couple of body parts.


I'm also very concerned about this, some clarification would be great.


are you guys serious ---

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on a different note I WILL buy this the day it is released


All I know is that my car redlines at 6250 something and a cavi can go up to 6500rpms.
Maybe a difference, or just programming.


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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 29, 2005 2:09 PM
Cavalier= sunfire, sunfire = cavalier. The engine, tranny, ECM, and everything is identical on these cars, the only differences are consmetic. Cavaliere do not redline any higher than sunfires, you have been mistaken, the tach is off, or something. The rev limiter is coded into the ECM, which is the same regardless of the car. Not being a dick, its the truth


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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, August 29, 2005 8:21 PM
I'm in and ready to pay too. Will tune N/A, then turbo when I get my Hahn system with PortFueler, etc.
Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, September 05, 2005 4:18 PM
Any updates on this, Chris?

Thanks in advance!
Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, September 05, 2005 4:24 PM
Sasuke wrote:

I'm in and ready to pay too. Will tune N/A, then turbo when I get my Hahn system with PortFueler, etc.


for the record, portfueler is a band aid fix that allows you to boost with the stock ecu... with the HP tuners software, portfueler becomes an added and unecessary expense.




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Re: HP Tuners - the votes are in!
Monday, September 05, 2005 5:02 PM
Scarab (Jersey Jay 1.8T) wrote:

Sasuke wrote:

I'm in and ready to pay too. Will tune N/A, then turbo when I get my Hahn system with PortFueler, etc.


for the record, portfueler is a band aid fix that allows you to boost with the stock ecu... with the HP tuners software, portfueler becomes an added and unecessary expense.


portfueler is definately not a band-aid. a band-aid only works for a little while. the portfueler will last as long as you tune it for. its a quick solution maybe but its WAY more than a band-aid



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