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Anyone have ideas for a very, VERY good Performance Chip to add some power to the already powerful LT1 from a Trans-am??

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Tunes > Performance Chips.

Have you gotten the TA dyno'd yet?

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Insert facepalm. You will learn that there isn't a such chip that is good. chips=lays, doritos etc. maybe a handheld tuner, or a dyno tune to gain power.

you said it was an LT1?

I would look into other manufacturers but here are some tuners. (also has your said "chips")

http://texas-speed.com/shop/categoryM.asp?MID=2&catid=4

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I'm not a fan of LT1s, or their annoying opti-spark ignition system.

LS1 would be a better bang for the buck, and easily more tuneable. You have OBDI, switching over to OBDII will make tuning much easier.

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check with intense racing.com,they might have something,i got one for my grand prix from them,good stuff

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lol

Please TUNE it, better realistic gains from it.

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95 F-body/LT1 cars were odd in the sense that they had a flashable prom vs. a removable memcal yet they were not full on OBD2.

www.moates.net had hardware and software that will work for your application. Email Craig (Craig Moates) about sites that may have tuning guides to help you.

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電気アンマ復活。

Electricity 'anma' revival

Not sure what 'anma' (said ah-n-ma) would be, maybe "anima"? The definition of anima is "the feminine part of a man's personality". Otherwise "anma" could be enema, but lets hope not.

Reviving the femininity of the pwned guy with electric force? Lol! I have no idea. I thought maybe I would be able to figure out what that meant but, no. Weird.

Anyway, back on topic. :welcomeFP:

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