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I have a 1988 Fiero GT with an L32 swap. I bought HP Tuners and recorded my first log, but I'm not too sure what to make of it all. Is there anyone that is good at reading and deciphering these logs to see if it's running the best it can?
 

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Browse some forums, watch some car tuning videos (entertaining ones usually help more) and get familiar with the terminology. There's going to be some standard sensors and parameters you'll always have up, to ensure things are acting normally. Then, once you're comfortable knowing what it's giving for feedback, you can dip a toe into making small adjustments and scanning to see the results.

Crawl - Walk - Run... The benefits of that tool are huge, but don't lean out past your ski tips or it can get expensive replacing engines.
 

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1998 GTP coupe. Stock and rust free. Totaled @ 87K miles
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send it my way. pm me for contact address and ill see what I can help with
 
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check your inbox for my email addy
 

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Not sure where to dig for that (I basically just try to swat away foreign bot accounts in this role).

Feel free to email my gmail (same name) if you want.

- Dave
 
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be sure to save it in CSV format, I can't read a native HP log file
 
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