The thing about final drive ratios is that PCMs are programmed to shift at certain speeds, and the speeds show up incorrectly when you go to a new ratio. If you were to switch from a 2.92 to a 2.93, the speed difference would be negligible and wouldn't call for a retune. If you were to go from a 2.86 to a 2.93, the speed difference wouldn't be negligible, and you may end up shifting at over 6000 RPM if you were not to do a fresh tune on your Bonneville.
There is no such ratio as 2.92 for the 4T65E transmission, so it'* time to change that Wikipedia article! I just searched Wikipedia, but I can only find M15 for the Bonneville under the 4T60-E. The 4T60-E did have a 2.92 FDR, and it also had 2.84 and 3.06. The 4T65-E can be found with 2.93, 2.86, and 3.05 ratios. All the ratios are close like that, so if you find a drive ratio that'* not spot-on to the 4T65-E as these guys list it but is very, very close, you're probably looking at the ratios of "the other" transmission.
Best of luck, and let us know how it goes!
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