LSX Custom Tuning

Discussion in 'LSX + Carb Swaps' started by Mike, May 3, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Administrator Deluxe Staff Member

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    Hi guys! If you have swapped a LSX engine into your truck you will need the computer custom tuned! At the very least the anti-theft system needs to be disabled and in many swaps the emissions equipment does not carry over so we have to delete all the codes for that permanently. Also many of you have custom engine parts, exhaust, wheels etc which all need to be accounted for in your tune.

    I am a LSX specialist tuner based out of MA, I use a Mustang load bearing dyno to build my tunes and get real world data that I use to build my tunes for remote customers. I sell the MJE AutoCal which allows me to scan and tune any GM vehicle anywhere in the world!

    Read my thread about how to swap a LS motor it has a ton of info: http://www.gmt400.com/forum/showthread.php?19942-How-to-LS-Swap-a-GMT400-(or-any-other-vehicle)

    I'm offering a $40 discount on any of my products or services to all members of this site!

    Check out my web site for more information or feel free to call 508.320.6807 any time!

    http://mjetuning.com
     
  2. Nothinbutamoneypit

    Nothinbutamoneypit Newbie

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    im thinking about doing a swap but im really not look for speed I want the rumble and lope of a ls... and ideas?
     
  3. Wagonbacker9

    Wagonbacker9 One string banjo. Maybe 2

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    Rumble and lope basically comes from the cam.. you can achieve it in just about any engine.
     
  4. homerun

    homerun OBS Enthusiast

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    I wanted to know if it is possible to get a good tune in a 5.3 swap without having to use 91 octane gas
     

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