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Old 07-02-2018, 02:09 PM
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Re: Quest for a better flowing TPI

Don are you referring to extending the ve tables ?
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Re: Quest for a better flowing TPI

No, Just using a different bin file.

AXCN for SD starting a new project or combination.

APYP for MAF starting a new project or combination.

We were using AXXD where the problem occurred.
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Re: Quest for a better flowing TPI

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Where's the new chart, time to pony up.
This is what he talking about. The first video is with the 305manual program. This was used because GM didnít make an F-Body 350 manual program and only program up to 5600. But they made it in the Corvette manual program in which can be programmed to 6400.

This video is the Corvette 350 manual program.
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