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View Poll Results: I own a 94 or 95 SUPERCHARGED SSEi, SSE, or SE, and would be interested in a custom PCM for $400
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Old 08-06-2004, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default How many 94/95 SSEi'* interested in a custom PCM?

Just getting an idea of how many of the hybrid PCM guys might be interested if we came up with a custom burn for your PCM'*.

Answer the poll ONLY if you own a 94/95 SSEi (or SC SSE/SE), and would be willing to spend about $400 to get it.

We would have tuning time for a 'test car' to develop the chip.
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sorry...400 is way to much for me...arent 96-99 pcm'* under 200??

if they were equal in price at about 200 i would be thinking hardcore about it
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94 and 95 are unique. They're hybrid OBD1/OBD2, which is why nobody really wants to deal with them.
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94 and 95 are unique. They're hybrid OBD1/OBD2, which is why nobody really wants to deal with them.
How much further could you go w/ an entire pcm vs a chip?
From talking to gmtuners it seems you can do alot w/ just a chip.
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Sorry. We're talking about a prom. Not the whole box.
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Ohhhh. Why not gmtuners?
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Remember that you have the Series 2 motor. We're talking about options with dyno tuning for the Series 1 L67, 1994 and 1995 hybrid PCM'*.

I'm trying to put a new source together, and this is just one option. I personally have nothing to gain from this, but I'm sick of seeing the 94/95 L67'* being held back for lack of a viable option.

I'm looking at reputable tuners that may want to tackle this, with the help of another member. Location is part of the recipe.
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Other options are always better.

Although he does seem pretty good with programming in general.
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Count me in on this one!
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I'm definately interested
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