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Old 02-25-2008, 09:47 AM   #1
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Default How to tune using HP Tuners Software...

This has been around for a while but just thought it deserved a re-post for those like myself who are new to tuning. There are SO many people looking for a similar guide its overwhelming the HP TUNERS newbie threads. ENJOY!

FYI-THIS IS NOT ENDORSED BY HP TUNERS IN ANY WAY. SIMPLY A GUIDE PREPARED BY A CURRENT USER. NO ITS NOT MINE SO DON'T ASK ME QUESTIONS DIRECTLY. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

http://www.mediafire.com/?amd2yi94msg
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Came across this thread, worth a bump Just what I was looking for!
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I hope you had better luck viewing the doc than I did. I don't want the BS software it wanted me to download and sure don't like all the popups that kept trying to open. It would be nice if the file was located somewhere thats trustworthy.
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Try this if you want to learn to tune with HPT, it does´nt get more thrustworthy.

http://www.hptuners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4742
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http://www.way2fastloans.com/vette/hp+tuners+howto.doc

I didn't have any problems viewing it, but I posted it there to make it easier for everyone. Looks like a great doc, takes you step by step through using HP tuners, which is just what i needed.
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downloaded, its safe... but the site tries all ads possible lol!
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thanks
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here is a good start for you

http://ls1tuningguide.com/tuninghelpfiles.php
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Good info in this thread!
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Glad I came across this.
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Can the file be attached here? Can't get to that site.
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great info
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Oh yeah, I've seen that before. Good read
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Can the file be attached here? Can't get to that site.
For others who can't get to it on mediafire: http://quick99si.home.comcast.net/~q...de_16JUL07.doc (right click, save as).

I will take it down if the author asks though.
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