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Off Topic / Converting to 411PCM from code59
« Last post by craign27 on August 13, 2019, 09:18:39 pm »
Has anyone converted their PCM over to 411 pcm or converted code59 across to 411 pcm platform?
would seem like future proofing and open up a world of tuning possibilities for the 411 pcm as currently i don't see any OS that has tuner pro support with a boosted section in the operating system.
Their is detailed xdf's/asx files for OS12212156 & OS12208322.(currently only expensive tuning software support for boosted OS)



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TunerPro XDF + ADS and ScannerPro ADX Forum / Re: buick 3800
« Last post by sodak66 on August 13, 2019, 02:07:28 pm »
thanks for the reply. I have also checked the GN forums without success. Really I'm probably going to LS swap this car and go with the Holley as well just because its what I'm familiar with. I just wanted to get all the security and check engine lights off the stock ecm which i can send in to get done.
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TunerPro XDF + ADS and ScannerPro ADX Forum / Re: buick 3800
« Last post by WyoSyclone on August 09, 2019, 06:11:52 pm »
This forum isn't seeing much action these days. The Syclone and Typhoon guys that used to frequent it are now switching over to the Holley Dominator. Too bad, because it really is a powerful tuning platform. I did some quick searching and didn't find anything that would help you. You might check out the the Buick GN forums and see if you can get a lead there. HTH
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TunerPro XDF + ADS and ScannerPro ADX Forum / buick 3800
« Last post by sodak66 on August 06, 2019, 05:55:17 am »
Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and new to tunerpro. I'm Working on a 2002 Camaro V6/auto and am looking for a Bin file and XDF files for this car. It has a 12209624 pcm. I've searched gearheadefi and the tunerpro forums but his seems to be an oddball car. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I completed the conversion a few years ago and have been having a hard time getting the spark timing to work properly, no matter what I did to the tables, it wouldnt change the initial spark load and the way it failed every time. Then, I wasn't able to comprehend the guts of an ECU, let alone read the code involved.
I am proficient enough now to do the soldering and programming needed to fix this; I surmise that what I have to do is change what the computer expects to see In tooth counts from the hall sensor (and maybe what voltage is expected? hopefully the signal is strong enough or I can amplify it)
Can anybody tell me what is next if I want to make this conversion operate correctly? To those of you who know this chipset very well, do I have to remove a  data chip from the motherboard itself? If y'all can just point me in a direction (tell me which chip the code is stored on or even just give me a schematic) I'm sure I can figure the rest out.
Much thanks,Aaron
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Code $59 Bins / Re: code $59 disassembly
« Last post by Paul on April 18, 2019, 10:42:02 am »
No there has not been any public release of the disassembled code.   The 2 main people that did all the work wanted to keep it private and just release the bin, xdf and tuning info so others could make their own bins based off the work. 
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Off Topic / 730 ECM 3 Bar Help
« Last post by Tcars on March 29, 2019, 04:07:20 am »
Hello


 I am new here and learning about modifying a GM 730 ECM for a 3 bar map sensor, I have a custom built multi-port setup for a 70 AMC V8 the system is ready to go as is for normally aspirated operation however I would like to upgrade to a supercharger and from what I have read the stock 730 ECM doesn't work for supercharged applications. Can the 730 be setup for a 3 bar map sensor and if that can be done anyone willing to do it for a fee.


Thanks


Tcars
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Code $59 FAQs / evo3 bin xdf &adx file
« Last post by AMINCODE59 on October 29, 2018, 07:02:40 am »
hello i newby, anyone know bin,xdf & adx file for mitsubishi evo 3

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Code $59 Tuning Forum / $59 disassemblies
« Last post by VWnut8392 on July 04, 2018, 12:49:24 am »
is there somewhere that has $58 or $59 disassemblies already posted? i started working on one but i figured someone had already done this work.
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Code $59 Tuning Forum / Fueling and other limitations of $59?
« Last post by VWnut8392 on July 03, 2018, 08:25:56 pm »
i have a friend with a 69 nova SS with a 502 big block. he has been entertaining turbocharging it which brought me into the equation for finding a reasonably cheap yet effective solution. after tuning serveral syclones and typhoons i have came to the conclusion that a SY/TY ECU could run a turbo 502 big block. we have 1600cc injectors, x2 holset HX60 super turbos, and we're shooting for a 1000hp. at most it will run only 15psi so a 3bar MAP sensor will give plenty of head room but low map resolution. what my concern is if the ECU will be able to run an injector that large reliably and if there are any other limitations im not seeing. we have a distributor from a big block LT 1990's GM truck which has 8 firing points and the same hall converter setup as the sy/ty distributor. so on the fueling, you think its possible to push the stock GM ECU to a 1000HP reliably?
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