Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: From Ohio, live in Havelock, NC
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Any tuning that increases power will be seen on LMM. When they do a warranty service they have to report Calibration ID Numbers and Verification Numbers from the Vehicle Information AND the Programming History screen as well as Transmission Data screen containing the Max Transmission Calc Engine Torque. If that comes up different or higher than stock, no warranty service.
The in-line tuners did not leave tracks because they were intercepting signals between the ECM and motor/FICM and commanding parameters instead of reprogramming the ECM and changing program parameters.
The high idle kicking on in 10 seconds and going to 1000 RPM isn't going to hurt anything. It's only 1000RPM.
The trans recording the max torque has nothing to do with how much actual torque the engine is producing. It all has to do with fueling references the ECM and TCM use to adjust how much fuel to use and how much fuel to cut based on driver input via the throttle.
Josh even an Inline tuner would show on the logs....
This is what I've heard too.
2006 Chevy 2500HD LBZ/Allison ECSB 4x4 Greystone metallic
S475, 3" boost tubes, 5" intake, Custom Y-Bridge
Tuning and Transmission by Diesel Addiction . A special thanks to Dustin for all the help.
12.42 @ 106.3 (stock injectors, CP3, and turbo, no drugs!)
7.83 @ 86.2 1/8th
531 RWHP / 940 RWTQ 10/11/08 on Wayne's Dyno in Jville NC