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Old 12-29-2005, 10:49 AM
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How will this work ???? Will we have to send the ecu in, or is it something we can do on our own ??? I cant afford to be without my ride for very long, and I live in Toronto, so I would imagine that if I had to send out the ecu that it would take a few days.
you'll send the TCM and the Pcm in!!
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Old 12-29-2005, 11:34 AM
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you'll send the TCM and the Pcm in!!
Is there a way to do it yourself ?
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Me too... Mine's my daily driver, what about putting your tune in a hand held?

There are no CAN compliant handhelds available so no, and we are the only company tuning these trucks right now so no you cant do it yourself. We are working on the NEW calibration that is shipping in the trucks now this week, we want to have that done before we release it so we can upgrade anyone that doesnt have it.

I'm going to try and get a core program going, but this is normally a royal pain in the butt.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:30 PM
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There are no CAN compliant handhelds available so no, and we are the only company tuning these trucks right now so no you cant do it yourself. We are working on the NEW calibration that is shipping in the trucks now this week, we want to have that done before we release it so we can upgrade anyone that doesnt have it.

I'm going to try and get a core program going, but this is normally a royal pain in the butt.
Chris, are you saying that GM has revised their calibration since it began production? Is this engine or transmission? What did they change?
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Chris, are you saying that GM has revised their calibration since it began production? Is this engine or transmission? What did they change?
Engine only, TCM is the same. They revised some parameters for generic scan tool compliance and cruise control operation.
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What about using one of the OBDII cables they market for pulling/resetting trouble codes and performing other tests from Auterra or AutoEnginuity to perform the flash? They both support CAN in their latest incarnations and work via a PC (notebook) or Palm/PPC (Autterra is Palm & AutoEnginuity is PPC)......if you could write a flasher to their cable driver, might be something to consider. - They both use a pretty basic box/circuit, just with different IDs that the software looks for.
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What about using one of the OBDII cables they market for pulling/resetting trouble codes and performing other tests from Auterra or AutoEnginuity to perform the flash? They both support CAN in their latest incarnations and work via a PC (notebook) or Palm/PPC (Autterra is Palm & AutoEnginuity is PPC)......if you could write a flasher to their cable driver, might be something to consider. - They both use a pretty basic box/circuit, just with different IDs that the software looks for.

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Is there a way to do it yourself ?
NO not yet!!
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Old 01-17-2006, 10:05 AM
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How will this work ???? Will we have to send the ecu in, or is it something we can do on our own ??? I cant afford to be without my ride for very long, and I live in Toronto, so I would imagine that if I had to send out the ecu that it would take a few days.
I see there is another TBSS in Toronto, I had the only one for a month or so LOL, I am drivin' Black on Black! It's nice to see another one! Maybe we can have a mini-SS convention! LOL

Cheers, drop me a line if you like!
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