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About PCMFORLESS

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  • Owns
  • Silverado SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Color
    Arrival Blue
  • SS/VHO/TrailBlazerSS Year
    2004
  • Build Date/TPW
    Will have to look
  • Delivering Dealership
    Bob Fisher Chevrolet
  • Delivery Date
    12/4/03
  • Modifications
    PCM work

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  1. It's been a little while since I've been here to the SSS board, but perhaps it is time for a tax season special. Since the price of core PCM's has come down what we have been considering is sell the tunes for $250 and INCLUDING the PCM. Thus you would not have to send back a core and can keep your stock PCM to swap in at any time. For anyone that wanted to send their PCM in for tuning we can discount it to $175 for the tune. We've lost touch with the SSS crowd a bit working on other projects, but figured it might be time to say hello again and offer a special. This is much cheaper than a
  2. I've pulled the front shaft for dyno tunes numerous times with no ill effects. I did this on my own 04 SSS a few times as I did upgrades in stages for research work. I have never experienced any issues or damage to the transfer case whatsoever. I would NEVER drive the truck on the street with the driveshaft out as you can hear the transfer case groan and it does not drive right, but, you are pushing 5500LBS and 4 wheels on the street. On the dyno you are pushing 3500 LBS of rolling mass and just two wheels of friction. In my opinion and experience you will not cause yourself any problems
  3. It sure does Damn cheap living though. 2400 Square foot with 3 car garage, 1 acre and free heat (gas well on the back corner of the property) for less than $200K is not possible too many other places in the US The crappy 1200 Square foot cape cod no basement .3 acre right along the highway dumpy home I left behind in Reading PA sold for over $100K. The town is impossible to get from one side to the other but it sure is quiet and peaceful. After 10 years in the Philly/Reading area I was burnt out on the traffic, the hustle and bustle, etc...
  4. Is on ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chevrolet-S...sspagenameZWDVW Low miles, needs some touch up paint and a buff and polish, but is a straight, fast, low mile truck. Thanks, Bryan
  5. Hi, We are still here and have great tunes for the Silverado SS. Might be time for a group purchase so everyone remembers we are still here Thanks, Bryan
  6. I hate to say it but it is time to move on to something different. I bought the truck brand new in Dec 03 and have done the following modifications in this order PCM tune Magnaflow muffler replacing stock muffler EFANS (LS1's) run by PCM HomeDepot home build cold air intake AS&M headers, cat delete (still passes OBD2 plug in test with PCM programming ) Ported heads by JD's auto repair in Philadelphia along with custom grind cam with durations in the 21x range (I will have to pull the cam card to refresh my memory) 380HP at the tires, dyno tuned. BUILT 4L65E at 10K miles to handl
  7. If you have never heard of MTI (motorsport technologies) out of TX then it is pretty obvious you are a newbie to the performance business yourself. No offense, but MTI has been around for YEARS and has a great reputation as a shop and is definitely not the Johnny come lately who will dissappear after 6 months to a year like so many others that pop up now and then and then dissappear.
  8. Hi, Yes, that 05 5.3 PCM can be used in your 06 6.0 I might have to do a crank relearn for you after swapping the PCM in for you, but they are definitely interchangable. For local guys we do the programming for $175 since we don't ahve to do the exchange PCM, shipping ,etc.... I am around every afternoon and also can do it in the evening for you if that is the best time that is available for you. Thanks, Bryan [email protected]
  9. Hi, We only need to update it if you make a major change like head and cam work, supercharger, gear changes, etc.... Simple things like cold air intakes and exhaust do not require a PCM update. We are reachable anytime via email at [email protected] We offer email tuning as well, and can email HPtuners files, LS1 edit files, and Tunercat OBD2 files and we do it for $100 Thanks, Bryan
  10. Hmmm, very interesting stuff from a newbie with very few posts. Also ironic that your only other posts link you and Quik together. Do I need to say more...? The only reason I caught flak over on LS1 tech is that I was defending Joe Price from JPR racing a few years back. Turns out the guy was ripping people off and he sold me on the fact he was a good guy, but, he wasn't and I was backing the wrong guy for sure. Defintely my mistake, and due to that I don't hang out at LS1 tech often. On tuning big setups vs bolt on's vs. etc.... I agree 100% it is much easier to tune a vehicle th
  11. Guess it's my turn to speak up since this post was pointed out to me. First, I did not recieve any email 2 weeks ago from you. I am up to date on email and anyone else here that has cooresponded with me recently can verify that. Do you know how to pick up a phone? I answer it 10 hours a day. Second, I just looked over your program....... Let's see what has been changed in this program you say is a stock 6.0 program Power enrichment table--- Was changed to match a dyno tune I did recently for a cam your size Injector constant--- for your injectors Idle--- Bumped up for
  12. Tony, If it is still pinging drop it over my way and I will pull some of the timing out for you. It's sort of a catch 22, you try to run as much timing as you can because guys want to make as much power as possible, but in areas like CA I have to be conservative due to the poor quality of gasoline. It is an easy adjustment though. On the shifting stuff, what I think is happening on the downshifts on the trucks with shift kits is that the shift kit is allowing the downshifts to mechanically happen quicker and thus it goes up to tap the limiter. What I am going to do is go thru and make t
  13. Unfortunately the 03 trucks were wired differently than the 02's and the PCM would not be able to be used in your Escalade. Byran
  14. Also remember your extra cubes will help eat up some of the cam size and you won't have to go to some of the extremes to get it to idle. If you need any help offline just drop me an email. Bryan
  15. I will often double the P/N delay as it seems to keep the transition from park to reverse, reverse to drive, etc... better under control. What it does is wait to start making throttle position changes for the idle when going in and out of gear. If you don't have a delay often it will surge the idle when going in and out of gear as it starts to make it's changes and then seems to get confused. Also do the timing add to the base spark in park and in gear as these are your closed throttle timing tables. I usually just go with 26 degrees for a smaller cam and 28 for a larger cam up to .32 or
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