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Old 01-17-2007, 10:53 PM   #21
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When I punched it to the floor, I should have had the scantool in record mode so I could hit record near the top of the rev band and get a good idea of the 1-2 shift Rpms and the amount of hang time into second gear...

The good news tho is that I have no KR, The trans stayed cool running at 140F through several foot to the floor attemps... Engines temps stayed at 180-183F... WOT timming was again 19* ... LOL

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Old 01-18-2007, 04:53 PM   #22
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i really need a scan tool, to see where i am at. It just sucks to invest over 100 in it right now. Maybe in the summer or something. i dunno
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Check ebay periodically for the actron cp110 scantool, cp9111 gm cartrage, and cp9115. I got all that plus a crysler cartridge for $60.
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i have been looking since we talked awhile ago. I seen a few on there but it woudl have been around 150 for all the pieces i need, and right now that is too much for me. I would go like 50 but til the end of march i am broke lol
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can the aeroforce interceptor scan gage be any good for these testing
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can the aeroforce interceptor scan gage be any good for these testing
It probably won't work on a OBD 1.5 hybrid computer.
A scan tool would be better since you can monitor many things at once and record them too.
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