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05-08-2012, 01:32 PM #21
Yeah, I'm not going to mess with the E85 after all... I tried it once and got tired of filling up every 200 miles. Just wondering what your thoughts were on tuning for it, thanks for the info.
I’ve got the Diablotune dialed in, as much as I can myself anyways. I’ve got a good feel for how the Predator works, how to get a good logfile, and how to adjust some parameters myself. Starting to get the itch for a Diablewtune. I have a few more specific questions before I pull the trigger, probably don't need to bore everyone else with my specific questions by continuing in this thread. What's the best way to contact you further? Do you prefer email at firstname.lastname@example.org or PM’s here?Truck: 2005 GMC Sierra SLT
Toy: 2006 Honda 599
05-08-2012, 02:15 PM #22
06-06-2012, 01:36 PM #23
new inTune 1.02 update out... after updating, you can contact Mike for a GM tune database update to get TCM support on your inTune for GM gas vehicles!
the update also includes support for the older 1999-2006 GM class-2 trucks!
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