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Old 08-10-2017, 12:23 AM
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Needs a little more fuel, What do you think?

Customer brought his truck in my shop for a water pump job, Asked if I can see what tuning he has (Has efilive but wasn't told by who, no Autocal or nothing) I normally don't just plug in and read other people's work but he asked me to and it made him feel better. Good thing I did. The rest of these are PPE Tunes.

And here I thought Betty's tune was pretty hot but damn...
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Old 08-10-2017, 12:50 AM
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Damm, looks like a quadruple stacked tuner

Whats the timing look like?
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Old 08-10-2017, 12:53 AM
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Damm, looks like a quadruple stacked tuner

Whats the timing look like?
Need to add a little more here too....

This made my butthole pucker just a tad.
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-"Black Betty" 2006 GMC LBZ CCSB
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Mike L Trans w/ Goerend "G" T/C
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-"Bender" 1978 Chevy C30 4x4
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Soon...Kodiak LBZ / Ally 2000 5 speed.
and a bunch of different things to come...
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Old 08-10-2017, 03:39 AM
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Old 08-10-2017, 04:24 AM
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No f**cks we're given. Timing for days brah.lol
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Old 08-10-2017, 05:00 AM
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If there ain't a limiter in there I'd say that's some hot tunin! 🤣
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Old 08-10-2017, 07:33 AM
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I wish I knew what I was looking at rofl


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holy crap!!! damn near the H&S 40/40 tune!

Novak, your typical all out race tune is generally 3250 for pulse width MAX (some guys run 3350 but they know the risks lol) and timing at 32* at 3250rpm, most customer trucks get a 2800-2900uS max race tune though as stock CP3s with some miles cant really support much more. this is WELL beyond that! that much fuel and timing is an easy way to kill an engine if the CP3 can keep up
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Old 08-10-2017, 07:54 AM
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holy crap!!! damn near the H&S 40/40 tune!

Novak, your typical all out race tune is generally 3250 for pulse width MAX (some guys run 3350 but they know the risks lol) and timing at 32* at 3250rpm, most customer trucks get a 2800-2900uS max race tune though as stock CP3s with some miles cant really support much more. this is WELL beyond that! that much fuel and timing is an easy way to kill an engine if the CP3 can keep up
Is the x axis the pulse width?
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Is the x axis the pulse width?
no, X-axis is Rail pressure measured in mPa, y-axis is the demanded MM3 based on the throttle based injection quantity. Pulse width is the numbers in the table. As you approach WOT, MM3 will be between 100-120mm3 depending on how the tuner has it set up and rail pressure will be between 160-180mPa depending on how the tuner has it set up or year of truck (lb7-lly are 160mPa stock but can be increased above that if desired, LBZ and up start at 180 and go up).
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With a stock cp3 that truck never saw the big end of that fueling, but that timing... hope he wasn't spinning that thing over the 3400 table

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With a stock cp3 that truck never saw the big end of that fueling, but that timing... hope he wasn't spinning that thing over the 3400 table

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oh it saw the duration (assuming the retarded tuner got all the limiters out), it just didnt see the actual amount of fuel from pressure falling off lol
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holy crap!!! damn near the H&S 40/40 tune!

Novak, your typical all out race tune is generally 3250 for pulse width MAX (some guys run 3350 but they know the risks lol) and timing at 32* at 3250rpm, most customer trucks get a 2800-2900uS max race tune though as stock CP3s with some miles cant really support much more. this is WELL beyond that! that much fuel and timing is an easy way to kill an engine if the CP3 can keep up


Thanks for the schooling! Maybe it's their lucky number lol. Sounds like someone didn't like their customer


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This truck didn't drive right.. Lol. Good acceleration but defueling was horrible. All fixed now..

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holy crap!!! damn near the H&S 40/40 tune!

Novak, your typical all out race tune is generally 3250 for pulse width MAX (some guys run 3350 but they know the risks lol) and timing at 32* at 3250rpm, most customer trucks get a 2800-2900uS max race tune though as stock CP3s with some miles cant really support much more. this is WELL beyond that! that much fuel and timing is an easy way to kill an engine if the CP3 can keep up

My homebrew tune is maxed out at 2800uS and 32* @ 4800 RPM / 25.5* at 3200 rpm. rips pretty good with just a haze at the top end but get sh!t milage. holds rail pressure good. thought about turning it up a little bit more but I have LMM stock pistons, so i don't.
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