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Old 06-22-2004, 10:35 AM   #11
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The Bonneville is always in performance mode. The PCM does have two sets of tables however and I suppose it MAY be possible to use a switch to kick it into the other calmer table. Its the reverse of the GPs where when they press the button it kicks em into performance mode. For us, it should kick down into neutered mode.
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I reread the site and saw that, and I suppose that'* cool with me

Taylor, I had my dual 12"* with amp in the trunk yet too :P Stock thermostat, everything cept the pulley/cam/headers. Starting to see knock now on the 3.25 at the top so time to drop in a 180.. maybe a 160 .

Thanks for the info rogue Cya at nationals!
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I reread the site and saw that, and I suppose that'* cool with me

Taylor, I had my dual 12"* with amp in the trunk yet too :P Stock thermostat, everything cept the pulley/cam/headers. Starting to see knock now on the 3.25 at the top so time to drop in a 180.. maybe a 160 .

Thanks for the info rogue Cya at nationals!
do you still have the stock heat range plugs in? a cat/muffler might help too. 160 is too cold for us unless its only at the track, it will set a SES light.
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I reread the site and saw that, and I suppose that'* cool with me

Taylor, I had my dual 12"* with amp in the trunk yet too :P Stock thermostat, everything cept the pulley/cam/headers. Starting to see knock now on the 3.25 at the top so time to drop in a 180.. maybe a 160 .

Thanks for the info rogue Cya at nationals!
do you still have the stock heat range plugs in? a cat/muffler might help too. 160 is too cold for us unless its only at the track, it will set a SES light.
I run a 160 with no problems, i do have the code removed from the pcm
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Asume everything is stock on my motor unless I list it:

3.25 pulley
VS camshaft
SLP headers
NO CAT
Autolite 103'* at .057 gap
my new $8.36 CAI *open cone for track times*

I had my sub box in the car. Stock TB/TSTAT/SC etc.
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Asume everything is stock on my motor unless I list it:

3.25 pulley
VS camshaft
SLP headers
NO CAT
Autolite 103'* at .057 gap
my new $8.36 CAI *open cone for track times*

I had my sub box in the car. Stock TB/TSTAT/SC etc.
You going to beef up your valvetrain when you get the PCM? Longer shifts may give you valve float without stronger springs....
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Who told you that Rogue???

Yes, I will beef it up. Shifting at 5400 i saw no purpose as of yet, however, they were brand new stock springs that now have about 5,000 miles on them.

Comp 105'* are in my future
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Who told you that Rogue???

Yes, I will beef it up. Shifting at 5400 i saw no purpose as of yet, however, they were brand new stock springs that now have about 5,000 miles on them.

Comp 105'* are in my future
Thanks for the tip on that, I'm suprised even Scott didnt catch it until we talked about it at IDD.

For those who don't know...

I hadvalve float with the 1.9'* at about 5900 rpm. Put in the 105'* with OR rods and titaniums retainers and it vanished. Now with the rollmaster timing chain my valvetrain should handle up to 7grand easy. I currently shift about 6300-6400 with no problems.
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...Now with the rollmaster timing chain my valvetrain should handle up to 7grand easy. I currently shift about 6300-6400 with no problems.
But how much can a stock tranny safley shift at? Man your up to 6400rpms thats got to be a beast now.

caminated2k-what kinda stereo you got? That'* pretty cool that you ran those times with those mods. Whats with the Intense certified installer part of your sig? just curious.
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...Now with the rollmaster timing chain my valvetrain should handle up to 7grand easy. I currently shift about 6300-6400 with no problems.
But how much can a stock tranny safley shift at? Man your up to 6400rpms thats got to be a beast now.

caminated2k-what kinda stereo you got? That'* pretty cool that you ran those times with those mods. Whats with the Intense certified installer part of your sig? just curious.
Yea shifting into third at 105 is a rush
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