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    Greetings to all. I am about to jump into a whole new area for myself - performance modifications on a fuel injected, computer controlled vehicle. I have a great deal of experience on carb'd motors, but I will be looking for advice on this one. I have acquired an all original, mint condition 1995 Chevy 2500 2w.d. pickup with a 5.7 automatic, and 49,000 original miles, in victory red, no less. The interior still smells new, and it has never been parked outside. I live in the rust belt of New Hampshire, and you can still see the grease pencil marks on the inner body panels from the factory. Couldn't pass it up. Anyone out there who has done anything similar and who can tell me how the computer works with cam changes, etc. and is willing to pass it on, i would be grateful. I will be posting pics.of the truck as soon as I can figure out how to do it.


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    Hi, and welcome to the site! You can find a whole lot of answers here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianj View Post
    Greetings to all. I am about to jump into a whole new area for myself - performance modifications on a fuel injected, computer controlled vehicle. I have a great deal of experience on carb'd motors, but I will be looking for advice on this one. I have acquired an all original, mint condition 1995 Chevy 2500 2w.d. pickup with a 5.7 automatic, and 49,000 original miles, in victory red, no less. The interior still smells new, and it has never been parked outside. I live in the rust belt of New Hampshire, and you can still see the grease pencil marks on the inner body panels from the factory. Couldn't pass it up. Anyone out there who has done anything similar and who can tell me how the computer works with cam changes, etc. and is willing to pass it on, i would be grateful. I will be posting pics.of the truck as soon as I can figure out how to do it.


    Thanks in advance
    Welcome Brian.
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    Bobby - North Carolina
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