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Old 03-20-2017, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default Help on Using Coolant Temp/Hp Tuners for Nitrous

All,

I have a SD tune in the IROC, and want to get my nitrous kit going again.

Does anyone have a diagram on relay pins, resistor part numbers, and coolant temp sensor wire to tap into?

As I understand this, I'll just change the timing on coolant temp table once i determine my resistor and correlating "coolant temp" the ECM will see.

Thanks for any help!
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Check out this thread. http://redirect.viglink.com/?format=...MzYeKlgLM2MyFg. It talks about using traction control for pulling timing. Since yours is a swap your prob not using it anyways.
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I wonder if my 0411 pcm ever had traction control on it....
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Sure does, thats the pcm the 4th gens use. Tow haul mode is even hid in there somewher which works nice for roll racing so your always in the lowest gear possible and tranny dont have to downshift at the hit.
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