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  1. #1901
    Potential Tuner Big Rat's Avatar
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    Apr 2020
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    Northern Utah
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    Long time lurker, first time poster. Hi, I'm Evan. I'm currently getting my feet wet with an srt4. I currently own 2 dodges, 2 fords, a chevy and a subaru. I'm not brand loyal and don't care about how many cylinders it has, if I like it, I like it!

  2. #1902
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    Mar 2015
    Location
    Central FL
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    Hey all,
    I started using HP Tuners years ago for tweaking little things like speedo cals on late 90s, early 2000 Chevy trucks I have owned. I just picked up a 2014 Grand Cherokee with a 3.6 and a Ripp Supercharger kit.
    The tune seems pretty good, but after pulling the cal out of the ECM I must admit I'm pretty lost. So I'm going to do my best to learn how to tune this modified Chrysler V6. Please bear with me if I ask stupid questions.

    Mike

  3. #1903
    Tuner in Training
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    Apr 2018
    Location
    FLOrida
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    Hi my name is Ray from Florida. I'm new to tuning and have a 1968 Pontiac Catalina with a LS3 C5R motor. I will need all the help I can get, Thanks
    C5R block
    Callies dragon slayer 4.0" crank
    Comp star rods (made by Callies)
    Weseco pistons -8 cc
    ETP 225cc heads , ported to 232cc by WCCH 2.12 intake 1,94 exhaust valves, .700" lift valve springs
    Cam 255/257 .624/.624 lift on 111 +4
    Super Victor intake
    105mm TB with custom elbow
    Stock rockers
    LS7 lifters
    ported oil pump
    dual roller timing chain

    Fuel
    255L intank pump
    60lb injectors
    custome feed/return lines with regulator

    Tranny
    FLT level 6 with hardened input/output shafts
    Yank SS3600 stall
    SFI flexplate

    Rear
    Midwest Fab 9" rear,fully braced
    3.55 gears with 30 spline axles,heavy duty posi unit

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGxjlAhGNeM

  4. #1904
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    May 2021
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    Hi , I have a website https://kasynoonlineautomaty.pl/darm...-bez-depozytu/ , I am also afraid of how they may find me , can you better advise me on how to avoid detection ?

  5. #1905
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    May 2021
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    springdale,Arkansas
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    Hi, this is neal and I am new to this forum. Looking for some tuning for the caliber SRT with HP tuning. I have a land&sea dyno in my shop so any advice and help would be greatly appreciated. Looking forward getting to know you all.

  6. #1906
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    May 2021
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    This is john and I am here to learn to tune our Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT 6.1 (WK1 2009). I hope to inspire my two boys to start using computers for more useful things than gaming. And of course to get fun out of the car :-)

  7. #1907
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    May 2021
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    hi everyone , just signed up , looking forward to gaining and sharing advice on the vag based vehichles

  8. #1908
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    May 2021
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    Hello, name is Frank. US Navy Submarine Veteran, Senior Chief (retired 1993). Just finished my "DF Goblin" Kit Car. Engine is an NA 2.4 L Ecotec out of a 2006 Cobalt SS with 5 speed. Car weigh's just 1,500 pounds. Have installed a AEM Electronics 30-0300 - X-Series Wide-band UEGO Air/Fuel Sensor. Also have the HP Tuners MPVI2. Only mods so far .... Stage II clutch, Headers & AEM Cold Air Intake. Looking for some good tune files to give me some idea's on where to start.

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  9. #1909
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    Aug 2020
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    Greeting all, Johan here. Located in southwest Florida. Studies in Telecommunications, electronics, audio engineering, and fine arts restoration. Always looking for new knowledge and definitely a DIYer, proud owner of 2 Volvos, and a gen 3 Dodge Ram 5.7 Hemi reason why got seduced to the dark side of Mopar tuning lol. I was able to change the "old truck feel" on my Ram thanks to a few posts found here but still far from squeezing the potential out of the Hemi. Currently seeking for tips on VE tuning, but would really appreciate any kind of input Mopar related.
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