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Old 06-11-2011, 11:29 AM   #1
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6 spd. 2000 Z with 29,000 miles runs great with bolt ons like Lid, CAI, SLP LS6 intake, etc. No pinging, knocking at all. Made 339.76 / 349.22 at the rear wheels last year without the LS6 intake.
Now I'm looking for more power from a stock engine, if that's possible .
Question is, has anyone had good experiences with any tuners in the NW Oregon, SW Washington areas.
I have access to an HP Tuner, but other than turning it off I haven't a clue. I was allowed to correctly delete AIR codes and reset the fan turn on/ off temps. I'll soon start to learn how to turn the unit on.
I wonder if it's worth while to take it in and get a tune on a stock motor. Any thoughts ?
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Old 06-12-2011, 01:03 AM   #2
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Im in Seattle, but the only LS1 based engine Ive tuned is an 02 5.3 in a Suburban. That said, YES you can make more power with a tune. Surprised you dont have one already, a good tune is usually worth 15-20rwhp! Couple that with an LS6 intake and its probably closer to 25-30.

If you ever make it up to Seattle let me know!
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