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Old 09-09-2006, 10:32 PM   #1
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x cal 2 liveload

i have an xcal 2 and i want to learn how to liveload with a laptop. i have the procharger 8 lbs kit and want to get a proper tune. the tuner around here wants $350 for a dyno and the other tune i got from "someone" is just okay.
if you have the time, could you tell me what to download and how and also in what order. if you give me step by step instructions, i can give you my business! seriously i want a better tune but i'm not too computer literate thus me asking for help.
feel free to pm me if need be.
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Old 09-09-2006, 10:40 PM   #2
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if the dyno guy is any good I would recommend a real dyno tune over a mail order tune any day, even one made by tom. If you go that route take your xcal2 and download the datalogging software from sct and then save the file and follow toms instructions
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I agree , A dyno tune will allways be the best and safest tune as long as the tuner knows what he is doing , see if he has done some FI Focus , look at the dynos to make sure , if the dynos look good have him tune it

If you still want help let me know and i will do what i can

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