Agreed.No one can tell you what your car will see in KR, every car is different. Before you do anything buy a scanner and get a baseline scan. Don't be surprised to see KR with a stock engine. We all have seen it on the '04s.
Correct.WE DON'T HAVE A U-BEND ON THE '04!
Yes, the fuel injectors are 15% smaller. And the fuel pressure is no longer referenced to boost, giving you less fuel pressure above ~ 6 psi than L67-powered cars have. Check this thread for more information:The above information is for '04s only. GM made suttle changes to the car. Namely adding a table that is A/F specific for timing, added a higher efficency blower creating more boost with the same size pulley over the previous gen III, the possibility of smaller injectors (not proven yet),
Actually, the stock table goes MUCH higher than that. We turn approximately half of that off in the INTENSE Standard PCM.major torque management by using KR (3-6*) to limit timing between shifts,
I have a question about this. If the PCM uses KR as a timing retarder for shifts, when exactly during the shift process does this happen and will it be visible on a scanner? What should I look for if it is and how do I know if it's planned KR or actual knock?Mr. INTENSE said:Quote:
major torque management by using KR (3-6*) to limit timing between shifts,
Actually, the stock table goes MUCH higher than that. We turn approximately half of that off in the INTENSE Standard PCM.