2008 lmm tuning questions

Mar 6, 2021
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So I sold my 06 lbz got this lmm lift pump,4” deleted exhaust, dsp5, and a v2 autocal Idaho rob all this was done when I bought it thing is no position on the dsp5 feels any different?. Gas mpg sucks only 15mpg truck has a 6” rcd lift on 35s btw any idea if the tunes even are loaded?.
 

monster50iii

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You won't get mpgs with the lift and tires fwiw..

If you have the autocal plug it in and re-download the dsp5 file? Worth a try..
 

N2BRK

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Many times it's a poorly installed DSP5 switch. Check the wires and check to make sure that they are fully inserted. I've fixed 3 in the past year and I'm not even a mechanic, LOL.
 

2004LB7

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You can also log the switch position or voltage and see if it is working according to what the ECM sees
 

08lmm72mm

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What kind of shape are the injectors in and is there any boost leaks? What the calculated fuel rate at idle? Worn injectors and a minor boost leak can make these trucks seem like each tune isn't much different from each other. My balance rates were good the cfr was 6-8. I put new sticks in at the cfr is 11-12 and I can tell a huge difference in power again between tunes.
 
Mar 6, 2021
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Not sure I only have a autocal to read anything right now and it won’t show rates. But with the fass pump actually working I can tell the difference some now but I believe there stock trans tunes
 

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