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Old 12-07-2011, 02:21 PM
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^ I was expected a response similar to that lol. Thanks for the input, it's nice to know that someone who has the know how at least makes an effort

Like you said, maybe the aftermarket could provide this, although it's probably unlikely. It sounds like it'd be a lot of work. I know a couple guys at superchips, maybe I'll talk to them and see if they'd consider a program for something like this, where if the customer swapped the mechanical parts, they could sell the pcm programming to match. Doubtful that it'll happen, especially through them as they are oriented to plug and play on stock vehicles.

Technology is great, but it sucks when you can do the mechanical aspect yourself, and then are stuck in limbo with the electrical/software part...
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