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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-14-2014, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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FREE TUNES! some tuned bins

people have been asking me a lot to do some basic tunes for silly things like EGR deletes, or whatever, so i've decided to create a robotic auto-tuning service that generates a bin based on your particular needs.

this should be good for people that aren't comfortable tuning their own cars.

here it is: http://fbodytech.com/autotune.html

the tunes generated are nothing special, just the dead basic tunes to make your car run right. it's likely paying for a tune-by-mail tune may gain you a bit of performance over these, and for cammed out hopped up nos monster track queens, they definitely are not the tune you're looking for.

.. but that's what you get for zero dollars, so enjoy.

i will add more tuning options in my free time or as requested.

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This is cool. Keep em coming. I know the Auto shift points make a big difference.


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someone teach me about improving shift points and line pressure on a stock-ish car, and i'll do it, then. i know nothing about automatic tuning.

this is getting scrapped anyway.

i have a better plan in store
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Have you tried a pm to dynamic396 or cahall for your automatic pressure and shift points.
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no, but i suppose i will eventually. there's a few more features i want to add to this first
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if anyone has some decent proven shift tables they can donate from a fairly stock-ish car, and maybe some for a mild torque converter upgrades, or any tips on that, i'm all ears.
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other requests for tuning features will also be entertained (more is planned, injector sizing, maybe a few alternate timing tables...)
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Awesome job Steveo. Keep up the great work.

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I tuned my car shift points based on my own tire size, gear ratio, and speed. So basically I used a gearing calculator, figuresd out at what speed I'm at my desired rpm, and shifted about 3mph sooner than the table said. So of I'm at 6100rpm at 70mph in 2nd, I'll shift at 67. It's proven right so far. If I hit the limiter, I back it off 1 mph. If I don't I try moving closer. It's trial and error.

There may be better ways but I was comfortable doing it this way.

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that makes sense. it seems shift points are a bit mathematical based on gear ratio or whatever, since they're vs. mph. i think if i had a few examples of tunes that work well; i could probably extrapolate a safe formula to tune transmission settings across the board so they're "a bit better" which is all im aiming for with this tool.
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If you want I'll post up my current tune. I've been working on it recently and the car has responded pretty well considering the time I ran for bolt ons with stock 3.23's.

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Someone requested my latest tune so I'll post it here as I couldn't figure out how to attach it to a PM.

Here's my latest tune.

LE2 Heads
355 LT1
Stock Intake Manifold
Stock Throttle Body
1-3/4" LT Headers
3" ORY
! Emissions
3" Magnaflow Catback w/2.75" over axle pipe
Lunati 230/238 @0.050" (284/288 @ .006") 110+6 LSA .565/.565 Lift
1.6: Harland Sharp RR
K&N CAI w/ homemade elbow
255 Fuel Pump
36# Injectors
Stock Fuel Pressure


1995 Camaro Z28 LT1 LE2 355 w/ forged pistons/rods, 230/238 .565/.565" 110+6, 1.6:1 SA RR, LT Headers with ORY, T-56 (rebuilt w/ some upgrades), McLeod Street Twin, Lowered 1.25" (Stagg Shocks and Summit Springs) LCA Relocation brackets, Adj Panhard Bar, Poly suspension bushings, STB , CAI, !emissions crap, Magna Flow Cat Back. 146,xxx miles. Purchased Feb 7, 2012 (168K) 414rwhp
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