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Old 04-12-2007, 03:14 PM   #21
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ok these are installled right now i am getting P0135 SES i replaced the sensor with a brand new AC DELCO unit like a week ago so i know it isnt bad
as for K/R i cant really tell ya i have a loud belt squeak coming from the alternator and i has a slight exhaust leak at the egr tube to rear manifold so i get about 2-6+ degrees so for time being i dont go WOT at all till i get that fixed

also what is the ideal Fuel trims that i am looking to get
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also what is the ideal Fuel trims that i am looking to get
Long term Fuel Trim or short term? I believe 930-940 is what everyone is aiming for but off hand I am not completely sure.... definitely do a search... I believe there is a sticky page over at 3800pro with tuning and what the ideal #'* are to look for when tuning.
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the 930-940 is referring to the 02 values you would be looking for. STFT and LTFT at 0.0% is ideal.
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Or better yet, since one person at ZZP said not to skew them, and Zoomer tells different people different things, go back to PEM'* and sell the PowerLog.
I agree with Bill. ZZP has told me differently then what their site states. A few horses from exhaust shouldn't be this complicated. If they canít make it clear what you need to do in order to run the P-log ditch it and do PEMs or get headers.
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the 930-940 is referring to the 02 values you would be looking for. STFT and LTFT at 0.0% is ideal.
Oops!!! I was busy thinking about where my engine went wrong....
That'* part of why I sent directed him to the technical archive over at www.3800pro.com.
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