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Unfortunately, we're not able to provide a tune to suit at this point in time. However, we may be able to recommend someone who can, depending on where you're located.
Unfortunately we don't. We don't think that anyone else can either. The reason is the 5 speed auto is quite rare in the GM family, hence no one has bothered to develop software for it.
Yes, the later the VE model the more positive effect it will have. For example it can get rid of the torque management all together and fully control the 6-speed auto's, depending on the application (bolts on, cam boost). For more information please...
PPF Instructions: http://www.mediafire.com/?bnphd12uuoer78x How to read ECM file: http://www.mediafire.com/view/?xroyu7ysneuy5er Programming ECM: http://www.mediafire.com/view/?d1a6f2zg52yaay4 Login using PPF: http://www.mediafire....
* Fill out a form to establish your requirements * Wait for the programmer to arrive * Then install software and drivers for the programmer * Read your current tunes from your vehicle DATA LOG (one for the engine and transmission) * Email th...
The greater the amount of data samples the more accurate the info will be. Ideally you would want to cover all driving conditions including stop/start, cruising (low/high throttle percentages), acceleration and deceleration hot and cold engine etc.
1. Install Power Pro Flash on your PC 2. Connect your PC to your car through the programmer 3. Run Power Pro Flash 4. On Power Pro Flash task bar, click Vehicle Info, choose Read Controller 5. Read ECM (Engine Control Module), save file ...
This is a common issue, we can turn it off through our remote tuning service.
You can get a tune at any time, even a stock standard engine/car will benefit from a tune. However we recommend that you first complete any engine/transmission modifications you have planned and then get a tune to suit as the benefits will be greate...
Barry Smith Holden in Pennant Hills offer our service Best to contact the service department and ask for Tony for more info http://www.barrysmith.com.au/articles/HOLDEN_SERVICE/6 [1] Links: ------ [1] http://www.barrysmith.com.au/articles/HOLDEN_SERVI...
We need the VIN number for a few reasons: + Determine the OS Holden is using for the calibration + Customer documentation + Tune license
The new exhaust will change engine performance somewhat, in particular the torque curve as the twin system should perform better in the low-mid rpm range. Although the PCM will be able to self-learn to a degree, to get the most from the new exhaust it is ...