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Yes I do tunning, I can do 85-89 TPI, 90-92 TPI, 92-93 LT1 and a hole shit load of others, including the LT5

A quick chip is $150, were as custom tune is $400. Any Adapter's or aditional parts required will cost extra. This is to tune your car for daily driving only.

Dyno tuning will be required for PE mode (wide open throttle) tuning.

I will also need to be able to drive your car, and a complete tune will take a week or two to do. If that will be a problem, sorry I wont be able to help you.


Since alot of peeps think there ready to get into tunning I'll do a few ECM's on how I do it, to get you started.

This not nessesarily the best way, but it is my way :lol:


ECM's to follow as I got time to do a write up...

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+1 for adrians tunes.
Did mine in about 10 minutes, at 8pm at night. Worked amazing, did wonders for the car!

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even if he spells tuning wrong :)

he did a quicky for my truck and it sure worked alot better....50 more hp at back wheels and 100 torque compared to the edelbrock chip that came with the conversion.

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Pretty cool. Being an electronics guy I'd love to get into this stuff, but I'm carbed! :lol:

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colin911 wrote:
Pretty cool. Being an electronics guy I'd love to get into this stuff, but I'm carbed! :lol:


Thats an easy fix...



Switch to TPI... And feel the torque... :twisted:

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colin911 wrote:
Pretty cool. Being an electronics guy I'd love to get into this stuff, but I'm carbed! :lol:


i guess you need to buy a second car then :D


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I wonder what Hawk's tuning, and Mr. Bastard's engine know how could do to a 350 TPI... :shock:

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I wonder what Hawk's tuning, and Mr. Bastard's engine know how could do to a 350 TPI... :shock:


be lucky if it would even start :)

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Mr Bastard wrote:
merc3065 wrote:
I wonder what Hawk's tuning, and Mr. Bastard's engine know how could do to a 350 TPI... :shock:


be lucky if it would even start :)


be even luckier if it even turned over :lol:

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Hawk wrote:
Mr Bastard wrote:
merc3065 wrote:
I wonder what Hawk's tuning, and Mr. Bastard's engine know how could do to a 350 TPI... :shock:


be lucky if it would even start :)


be even luckier if it even turned over :lol:


And im brining you my l98.. :o

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Can you do 95 LT1'S?


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Can you do 95 LT1'S?


Far as i know their similar to the TPI's, however it is a different tuning connection, as its a flash ECM rather then a chip.

Im gonna get him to help my tune my LS1, however ive got all the tools to tune it, im just borrowing his knowledge :wink:

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Tuning the LSx cars are a different beast altogether. HP Tuners is the software to use. It's simply awesome to work with.

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Slade wrote:
Tuning the LSx cars are a different beast altogether. HP Tuners is the software to use. It's simply awesome to work with.


No not really, its still basicaly the same thing, u still want to get your BLM's to 128, adjsut your timing and your PE tables, the only big diference is its flash burn instead of chips

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Can you do 95 LT1'S?


As of today no, but as of this summer yes, I am getting the equipment in to do the LTx from 94/95 and any of the 96/97 that have been converted over to the ODBI

I need it to do our own 96 that we are converting to a ODBI LT4

I dont know if I will bother to ever get the equipment to do the ODBII because so many people already have it. Were as almost nobody here in Canada does the ODBI's anymore.


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Slade wrote:
Tuning the LSx cars are a different beast altogether. HP Tuners is the software to use. It's simply awesome to work with.


Ill be buying HPTuners to tune my new motor. However ill get adrian to help me out with the actual tuning as im not sure how to do it properly. And id rather not screw anything up :D

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