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burning chips

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by grindkings, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. grindkings

    grindkings 1/2 ton status

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    Okay heres the deal. I need a custom chip to make my motor run good but how do i do it? What all do i need(equip.) and how do i burn a chip? My set up is this:
    Cam=Lift:447/462
    Duration: 262/270
    Range:1000-5200
    Duration Advertised: 254° Intake / 262° Exhaust
    Duration @ .050'' Lift: 210° Intake / 218° Exhaust
    Valve Lift w/1.5 Rockers: .447'' Intake / .462'' Exhaust
    Lobe Separation Angle: 111°

    Heads=S/R Torqure 76cc
    1.250'' single spring,
    100# @ seat,
    .560'' max. lift,
    2.02 x 1.600 valves,
    170cc intake runner.

    Holley Projection Manifold
    Holley 670cfm TBI

    Thin Head Gasket
    MSD 6AL

    TBI Spacer

    Flowmaster Duals w/ headers

    350 Bored .60
     
  2. Ryan B.

    Ryan B. 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    I called street and performance with all my specs, and they burned me a chip to get it in the ballpark. Seems to work okay with my application, and i've been driving on it for over a year. :thumb:
     
  3. grindkings

    grindkings 1/2 ton status

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    Do you have the number? And about what did it cost?
     
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    big pappa b 3/4 ton status

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    If you want a fully customizable system for about $300 you can't beat a prominator.

    http://misterbill.homeip.net/aboutprominator.asp

    You need a labtop and tunerpro software to make it work but once you get those all you have to do log data from the existing ecu... modify it until you get the right a/f ratio or best numbers on the dyno and save it to the prominator.

    If you get the $275 prominator you can make changes on the fly or as your driving with the labtop. Bill sells a switch you can buy for about $30 IIRC that allows you to switch from 6 different saved maps For example if you burnt 6 different maps.... one for hp, one for low end tq, one for gas mileage etc, all you'd have to do is turn the switch to get the map you want.
     
  6. K5MONSTERCHEV

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    Thats good to hear. I got my chip from them too, and its no good. I have had a code 43, ESC control (knock sensor) it turns out the mem cal is bad (chip). I was kinda pissed about that.
     

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