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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-08-2011, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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PCMFORLESS XMAS in July $100 sale

Now thru the end of July, Impala SS forum memebers special pricing of $100 plus shipping. It can be any B-body, or your truck, or your new Camaro, or your CTS-V, etc... Let's make it $100 for any vehicle we do at our Ohio office (chipped and a few of the cars we do in NC would not apply as they keep seperate books from us)

We do offer exchange PCM's as well for almost every one of these vehicles (just add the $125 refundable core charge). We can do paypal to [email protected], credit card by phone, or check/money order. We have ordersheets online to fill out with your info and submit and put in the other info area that you are part of the Impala SS forum special.

Any questions, just hit me up at [email protected]

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post #2 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-08-2011, 11:46 PM
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Thanks Bryan,I was woundering if I can get both tables on the trans. programmed?Like a mild shift in the first table,and a race shift in the second table?I'm planning on installing something like the trans-am shift perform button.I also read that only the (E) verson PCM can be programmed in the second table,how can I tell on my 95 (051)PCM?
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Yes, the performance mode shift points can be set up like that if you add a momentary switch to activate the performance mode. The 95 B-body programming has the tables for this.
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Great deal. One questions though, I have a performance 4L60-E that I built for my car a while back. It would be a bolt-on installation except for one minor detail. The 4L60-E is a 95' not a 94', hence the issue of pulsewidth modulation. I have two PCM's at my disposal, a 1994 PCM for an L99 and a 1995 PCM for a LT1. Can you convert my 94' PCM to pulsewidth modulate the 95' 4L60-E or convert my 95' PCM to run the L99?

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I'm going to ship you my PCM on tue.Thanks for the great deal,now I'll wire in the wires for the performance shift button.
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Great deal. One questions though, I have a performance 4L60-E that I built for my car a while back. It would be a bolt-on installation except for one minor detail. The 4L60-E is a 95' not a 94', hence the issue of pulsewidth modulation. I have two PCM's at my disposal, a 1994 PCM for an L99 and a 1995 PCM for a LT1. Can you convert my 94' PCM to pulsewidth modulate the 95' 4L60-E or convert my 95' PCM to run the L99?
They are the same part number PCM so you can send either. It is the program inside that dictates what it is and when we program it as a 95 L99 car it will run both the motor and tranny. YOu do have to run the extra wire for the tranny PWM. Just make sure to note the 95 tranny so I do it as a 95 file to run that trans right.
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Great deal. One questions though, I have a performance 4L60-E that I built for my car a while back. It would be a bolt-on installation except for one minor detail. The 4L60-E is a 95' not a 94', hence the issue of pulsewidth modulation. I have two PCM's at my disposal, a 1994 PCM for an L99 and a 1995 PCM for a LT1. Can you convert my 94' PCM to pulsewidth modulate the 95' 4L60-E or convert my 95' PCM to run the L99?
Should have eliminated the PWM when you "built" the transmission and made it a non issue.
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Bryan, where are you working out of Ohio now? You guys have any access to an AWD dyno? Not being in NJ anymore, I have no access to tunetime's dyno. I have GTO injectors to go in and it's been 4 years since it's been tuned. I'd like the AFR looked at again and retuned, and I don't want to go to Vector...

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