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Old 12-26-2007, 03:47 PM   #11
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by the way a 4t60 E is the exact same as a 4t65E
i mearyl swaped only my gears into it, ad a stall and a stage 3 shift kit and some power and you to may be able burn them upon entering the 2nd gear
no pcm change is needed since the gearinhg is still the same
They are not the same. The valve body, pump, and chanel plate have major differences.
So your saying you used some of the 65 parts in your 60? That'* completely different from putting in a 65 and has been done before. The line pressure in the 65 is controlled by an OBD2 pcm. So, that would imply that you did an OBD2 swap, which aparently you didn't.

And you didn't save yourself any money by switching to the 92 3800 pcm. The definition files are the same price (at least on TunerCATs) and with the 94/95 you have more to work with as far as tuning goes.. Tuning out the EGR is cake and so is bumping up the timing if you know where to..

We get people here all the time with all different kinds of claims. If you don't have any proof of what your telling us, we have no reason to believe you.

I will admit though all that posercrap in the other thread was uncalled for.
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Here are some pics for some of you non belivers
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i dont have any pics of my pcm
but the #* on it are
aywd
if you really know what you are talking about you know what those mean
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i dont have any pics of my pcm
but the #* on it are
aywd
if you really know what you are talking about you know what those mean
I guess those are the letters on the memcal?
Maybe someone else that actually has a 92 can chime in. But for now I'm stumped and have no idea what I'm talking about..
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1. How did you make the 4t65 work with your 94 PCM?
2. What are your shift points?
3. any better pictures of the head porting job?
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Where'd you get 1.9 rockers for a Series I? Did you change your valve springs? I didn't know GMPP made a crank for us. How is it different from the stocker?
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Why were the heads ported with the valvetrain installed?

Why on EARTH did you paint the LIM and SC with engine paint?

Let'* clarify again......the OBD1 PCM cannot control the 4T65E. It'* a totally different animal. A bunch of pics prove jack ****. You need to answer our questions. All of them above. I suggest you read your topic again, and clearly answer each question (including 1.9 rockers and GMPP which offers nothing for the S1 L67).


Hell, replacing the crank with a 'performance' part is a waste of money anyway. Performance pistons are a waste of money as well.

Edit. You painted your ENTIRE ENGINE with the timing cover and water pump installed? Including your BCA, BCS......holy cow.
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you guys know what happened last time... its going to happen again. if he wanted to prove some of the nay-sayers wrong, he would have done it by answering questions - not by ignoring them and ranting on about respect and experience...
x2 willwren. you would tihnk a "seasoned vet" would know not to paint the SC and other misc. parts with generic engine paint...
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I'd like to know what car that motor came out of? Did it come from another Bonneville?

How did you make the chambers bigger?

One would think slightly thicker head gaskets will help you drop a little compression or possibly going to a piston with a slightly deeper dish..

Custom cam grind? Did you simply change the Duration? And if you were doing a custom cam grind why did you waste the money on 1.9 rockers?

What Lower intake did you use?

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i dont have any pics of my pcm
but the #* on it are
aywd
if you really know what you are talking about you know what those mean
I guess those are the letters on the memcal?
Maybe someone else that actually has a 92 can chime in. But for now I'm stumped and have no idea what I'm talking about..

Lets see...

AYWD

1991-1992

AYWD - 16167815( release date of 5/23/91 )

Prom # 16167814

ECM service # 16141470

Scan Too ID# 7714

L27 Tuned Port 3800

FW2 3.06 Axle ratio

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