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  1. #1481
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    Hey there I am new to HP tuners. I have a 2007 LY6 thats going in a 1952 3100 and also have a 2007 Tahoe that i am in of some help on. My buddy has a MPVI with 8 credits he used on his 2002 corvett i am wondering if this will work on my Tahoe. Any help is much appreciated.

    Thank you
    Brooke

  2. #1482
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    Boricua in the house

    Hello everyone new to this forum. Name is LOU
    Waiting for MPVI2 pro to be shipped.
    I am retired military and doing this as hobby or a reason to break my coyote LOL.
    Looking to do my own thing in my car and see where it leads.

    Good to see there is a forum, hope to get my stuff ASAP cant wait to start using the MPVI2.

    Just realized need to upgrade laptop since mine is over 10yrs old.. CHING CHING, CHING CHING..
    Any way got my eye on an AZUS with I7 8750H processor just not sure if I will need the 8 or 16 Gb RAM
    any recommendations would be appreciated. I know the 8 ram is enough but what if I use race render as well VCM and datalog?
    Anyone running on just 8GB RAM I think that should enough..
    cheers

  3. #1483
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    Hello from Nova Scotia!

    Hey folks!
    My name is Dylan Sutherland from Masstown, NS Canada. Current project is my 83 chevy on tons with a turbo LS 6.0 LQ4 pulling/plowing truck. Bought hp tuners to do the swap (mpvi2). New to the software but did some minor tuning with a msd 6010 ignition box on a carbed 6.0 I had before. Excited to learn and play around with fuel injection and get with the times!

  4. #1484
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    central coast california
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    Hello my name is neil bonaudi, naughty, or broke ass racing.
    Been play with engines since i was about seven years of age. Started with a go cart then a 1982 Yamaha it 175 after that was a 1969 cougar. But when i turn the rip age of 15 and a half sold the cougar so i could by a street bike. the beast was a 1982 xs 1100, with header and the seat was custom cut for my short legged body. Had to touch the ground with a 500 lbs bike. once i got out of the United States Marine Corp and a few new toys. i started to build my 1985 drag el camino. (broke ass racing) Also after getting out of the Uncle Sam's Misguided Children i began my profession mechanic career. after getting ase master tech and the economy going down i moved to the truck world and became a volvo master tech. During my truck days i still need to play with cars, so i began doing swaps. first one was a 1969 c10 that i dropped a 1999 suburban 5.7 in, and at that time wish i didn't have to pay to have vats removed. once i started doing more swaps and getting paid to. i bought hp tuner to assist in engine swaps, and now also doing tunes for other customer. enjoying the hp tuners, but i know you will never know all and if you don't learn something every day you are skating by in life and need to step it up.

    I also would like to help when I can and be helped. thank you and drive it like you stole it.

  5. #1485
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    So. Oregon
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    Bbrac here, new to automotive tuning. Lots of time tuning bikes in the past. Dynojet tuning center experience with power commanders and Teka tuners for powersports. Both dynojet and mustang cycle dyn's. Hope to learn plenty and have help from anyone willing. Thanks, and chat with you soon.

  6. #1486
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    HP Tuners nubie

    Hi my name is John. I am a old guy retired mechanical engineer that got my degree when we were still using slide rules so be patient. I am here to learn at this point because I don't know enough about HP Tuners to even know what I don't know. I will be hanging around trying to learn as much as possible.

  7. #1487
    Hi, my Name is Calia and Iam from germany. We are a GM Tuning Garage. we are new with HP and may need some help here and there.

  8. #1488
    Tuner in Training
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    Jan 2019
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    NC
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    New here but not to tuning. From OEM ecu, to piggyback, to standalone, PI, DI, pump gas, E85, race gas, meth, NA, FI, etc across many platforms.

    Looks like a lot of info and knowledgeable contributors on here and posts I need/want to look over.

  9. #1489

    New to HPT

    I'm Steve, I am new on the forum and looking into doing my own tuning. I like to do just about everything myself, including some automotive but by no means a certified tech. I'm great with data analytics and tables, so I thought this would be a great opportunity to get into something good for me and probably for my friends as well. I drive a 2015 Duramax and I'm looking to get a little more out of the truck without any significant mods to start out. Hoping to learn a lot from the group, thanks!

  10. #1490
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    The name is Will, I’m new to the tuning world and interested in becoming fluent with HP Tuners. I always paid the Tuner, figured I might as well learn to be one.
    Last edited by willcochran; 3 Weeks Ago at 12:56 PM.

  11. #1491
    Been building cars for several years always carbed but as times change I must adapt and I like the challenge knowledge is power especially in engine tunig

  12. #1492
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    Brand new to tuning ! im an old school hot rodder trying to learn some new things. 34 chevy coupe, blown 6.0, 55 chevy lsx 454, 49 pontiac silver streak , 5.3. all projects , seems i like projects better than finished cars lol. thanks for any help and guidance in advance. Mike

  13. #1493
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    Gilbert, AZ
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    Hello everyone one, new to hptuners looking to tune my camaro and a few friends trucks. Mechanical engineering student at ASU. Recently purchased a full exhaust and want to maximize the efficiency of my setup. Future plans for ported ls6 heads and an aggressive cam or head/cam setup for boost. We'll see how quickly I get the hang of tuning. 😂

    2002 Camaro SS 6 speed - Mods, SLP long tube headers speed engineering true duals. Dyno #'s prior to LT's - 335 hp / 353 trq.

  14. #1494
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    Hi all. Mike from Australia here. I am new to EFI tuning and HP Tuners. After having vehicles tuned many times, I thought it was time to learn the process and take a hands on approach. I have two vehicles that I will be logging and learning the process on, an LSA powered GM HSV and a twin cam, 4litre, turbo straight 6 Ford. My long term goal is to be comfortable enough with EFI tuning to self tune a 365ci LS turbo combo that I am in the process of building. Cheers!

  15. #1495
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    Hi from Western North Carolina. Looking forward to learning how to tune my c5 Corvette with my new mpvi2. The car has been tuned before so i figured i would just learn how to do it myself after a few recent upgrades and for future upgrades.

  16. #1496
    Hello, Andrew here. I am new to hp tuners and in depth time programs. I have only used hypertech type for gm in the past. Might be looking to do twin turbo and big cam.

    05 Cadillac CTS V, cold air intake, long tubes cat delete to x pipe and out flowmaster 40s.

  17. #1497
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    New to this board and tuning as well
    I actually use the sct software since my car is not supported by hptuners but I'm still hoping to learn what to do here