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    If the code says permanent, then it won't just go...

    If the code says permanent, then it won't just go away. Over time it might. If he still has the rear sensors, just plug them back in and tie them up out of the way, it may stop a few codes from...
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    You must install an air intake temp sensor before...

    You must install an air intake temp sensor before you do any more tuning. It's a waste of time to do anything if it thinks the air coming into the engine is -38 degrees.

    The MAF isn't failed right...
  3. Getting fueling and the torque model dialed in is...

    Getting fueling and the torque model dialed in is key. Your peak torque for instants looks really inflated, no way a cammed 5.3 is way up in the 900ft lbs of torque range. A stock 5.3 with a tune is...
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    .450mv would mean a dead or unplugged sensor. ...

    .450mv would mean a dead or unplugged sensor.

    Think of .450mv as stoich in a crude way. The o2 sensors are switching lean and rich of stoich adjusting the fueling on the fly.
  5. If that air fuel ratio is right, that's really...

    If that air fuel ratio is right, that's really fat for a NA engine to be at. 10.9-11.0 is more fuel than you should have to use. I don't see why you can't start off at 12.0 commanded and work it from...
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    Find someone with it that is more local to you...

    Find someone with it that is more local to you would be the best option then.
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    HPT itself can't put a jeep VIN in a GM computer,...

    HPT itself can't put a jeep VIN in a GM computer, it would never match the operating system and give an error.

    I sorta recall that there may be a way with some other software but don't quote me on...
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    Different operating systems and just overall...

    Different operating systems and just overall changes with time. They improved the calibrations over the years and removed certain tables on certain vehicles.

    Your 2010 calibration no longer uses...
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    Not knowing where to remove fuel is your problem,...

    Not knowing where to remove fuel is your problem, so I wouldn't do a lot until you get a wideband. It may be tough to do fuel trim tuning depending on the exhaust setup. You've done this much...
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    Not much else is going to change the fueling in...

    Not much else is going to change the fueling in the tune on it's own.

    If fuel pressure is too high that can make it run rich.

    Also because you aren't actually running the EGR you still have to...
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    Are you running a wideband o2 sensor? The VE...

    Are you running a wideband o2 sensor?

    The VE tuning file is way messed up with the VE table. You are better off starting with the stock VE and working it from there.

    Haven't had any issues with...
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    Did you miss the video in post 2? That video...

    Did you miss the video in post 2?

    That video shows you how you can create graphs when using the EGR or AC circuits.
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    Do you have a wideband in the exhaust to see what...

    Do you have a wideband in the exhaust to see what your real time air fuel ratio's are?

    Having the timing tables mirrored doesn't help the knock either, once it knocks it can't get rid of it...
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    Let me back up a second. When you are tuning in...

    Let me back up a second. When you are tuning in open loop, the wideband error you create is going to tell you how far off you are from the commanded AFR. So to change my previous answer, it wouldn't...
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    Yes, they would.

    Yes, they would.
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    Lots of the early calibrations are like that,...

    Lots of the early calibrations are like that, it's normal because the engine would already be warm enough to enter closed loop operation and no longer would be using the open loop EQ ratio. Why...
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    I played with it a little today. I disabled...

    I played with it a little today.

    I disabled the increasing rate limit torque drop down, not really sure if I noticed anything there.

    Set the increasing predicted normal table to the max setting...
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    The VIN doesn't exactly matter. Thing can...

    The VIN doesn't exactly matter.

    Thing can happen when you switch operating systems that don't jive with the computer or you perform the incorrect write to the computer.

    The action you...
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    Did you load a tune that wasn't yours into your...

    Did you load a tune that wasn't yours into your computer?
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    Set them all to no error reported for things like...

    Set them all to no error reported for things like EVAP and rear o2 sensors, uncheck the SES box.
  21. They are 210's and not 120's like the first post,...

    They are 210's and not 120's like the first post, mistype?

    I can't offer any real help if the injectors are that absurdly large. Going with some 80-100lb/hr injectors with known data would make...
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    Did they email you a excel spreadsheet with the...

    Did they email you a excel spreadsheet with the data?
  23. If you are running 120lb/hr injectors, why is the...

    If you are running 120lb/hr injectors, why is the flow rate set to 100lb/hr?

    What is your fuel pressure regulator set to hold pressure at? What injectors are they, did they come with data?

    Set...
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    Looks fine? I don't see a wideband but the...

    Looks fine?

    I don't see a wideband but the trims are well under 5% of zero and with a camshaft that is pretty much great.
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    The extreme negative timing isn't helping you out...

    The extreme negative timing isn't helping you out either.

    What's your fuel pressure?

    Is the exhaust complete? O2 sensors do not like open headers or unfinished exhaust that isn't at least a few...
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