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Hi everyone, guys!
First, i really need a bin 16230211
It's update for my factory bin 16200281
Please, if somebody have one or knows where can i download, let me take.
Second, my question about Injector Flow Rate.
TunerPro shown crazy 793 lb/hr in stock 16200281.
No differences where from 16200281 came.
One downloaded from Factory LT1 Bins – fbodytech
second load from my PCM by EEhack.
As i know, correct is 24.87 lb/hr.
Is it true?
How important to change parameter?
thanks for helping.
 

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"TunerPro shown crazy 793 lb/hr in stock 16200281"
Is the cylinder size wrong too?

This smacks of a rev "B" calibration being viewed in a "E" based program.

"B" cals are not common , used in early 94 cars.
LT1 edit doesn't care , Tunercat does, I don't know about tunerpro

Many older "famous" tunes were "B" based because they were all copies-mutants of a early tuners efforts.

I don't know if I can open your bin but would be happy to try and look .
DO NOT MAKE CHANGES until you sort this out because if you are experiencing the B vs E rev deal, any adjustment you do will be wrong
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Update your $EE definition file to properly read newer LT1 .bin files such as 16230211 (or 16243181 …)
$EEb will not properly translate current '94 or '95 .bin files, only obsolete '94 .bin files.
 

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Case in point,
the 0281 file is identified as a revB file
prom type.JPG


If you open in LT1 edit, the numbers are fine
bin in lt1 edit.JPG



If you open in tunercat as a EEb file, still fine
opened as EEB FILE.JPG



It is only when you mistake it for it as a newer EE file , and open as a EE things go wrong

opened as EE FILE.JPG
 

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C.A.T.S. & TunerPro $EEb definition files have not gotten updates in a VERY long time.
(Don't know about LT1Edit?).

C.A.T.S. & TunerPro $EE definition files STILL get updates after 26 years.

Separately, I've trouble thinking of good reasons to use '94 .bin files, instead of equivalent '95 .bin files.
 

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I can't add to the bin conversation, but I think it's great that there is a 1994 Fleetwood driving around Ukraine.
 
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