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    Learning Curve 3.0 - moving along!

    Evening all!
    From the humble beginnings of my '93 K1500 Suburban engine swap, I have been learning allot from those in the know on this forum. DaveW, Fast355, 1Project2Many, and several others.

    The project has been frustrating to say the least, but now the struggle has got me to a point where I like driving this truck again.
    The last swing at it made a huge difference in drivability!
    Now I would like some of the more experienced TBI folks to nudge, point, suggest where I can continue to make improvements.

    Baseline Info:
    1993 K1500 Suburban
    350 SBC Crate Engine '882 heads (76cc)
    Cam: Lift .383 in/.401 ex Dur @.050 In 194 Ex 202 112 LSA - nothing hot
    Stock Throttle body on a Edelbrock Performer Dual plan adapter and 1" spacer.
    3.42 gears
    4L60E

    BJLH .bin with modified timing and fuel tables $OD mask
    Timing Table is a modified/smoothed Iron Head LT1 with most of the Open Throttle VE vs MAP vs RPM table reduced by 4%!

    Last run this evening I swapped the '8625 for a '7427 pcm with the same file and it made a big difference. That is the log file attached here.

    Currently looking for good highway drive ability with on ramp go.
    attached .zip file is my current .bin and last .xdl

    Any comments will be appreciated on the timing and ve tables, and any of the other tables that should be tweaked.

    Thanks,

    Louis
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    Jack of all trades, absolutely master of none! Too many projects, not enough time and limited funds.
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    1993 K1500 Suburban - SBC Refit retraining the TBI and Computer Control.
    2004 Z66 Avalanche 5;3 to 6.0 LQ9 upgrade - project pending

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    Worked on the VE tables some more, but still feel I am missing some power 1800 - 2100 rpm at highway speeds.
    Will keep working on it, but would appreciated some input.

    Thanks!
    Jack of all trades, absolutely master of none! Too many projects, not enough time and limited funds.
    Geronimo, Guadalupe County, Texas
    1993 K1500 Suburban - SBC Refit retraining the TBI and Computer Control.
    2004 Z66 Avalanche 5;3 to 6.0 LQ9 upgrade - project pending

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