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    what are the advatages of a roadrunner PCM for the LB7. what all is capable with it in comparison to a standard PCM?
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    Difference is ANY table you see in the Tuning tool can be modified real time on the truck without needing to reflash the ECM.

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    so does this work with DSP also?? and also, i could see my self doing something like when i killed my truck setting the high idle back to 600 without deactivating the DVT if i had the ability to change EVERYTHING on the fly.
    03 ext long box LT 2500 LB7 - Merchant Auto leveling kit, 285/75/16 BFG all terrains, and some go fast stuff

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    Yes it would work with DSP as well.
    There is no safety net with RR, if you command 3000uS of injection time at idle, guess what, you'll get it instantly! It's a powerful tuning tool, it's certainly not a toy.

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    Ross


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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    Yes it would work with DSP as well.
    There is no safety net with RR, if you command 3000uS of injection time at idle, guess what, you'll get it instantly! It's a powerful tuning tool, it's certainly not a toy.

    Cheers,
    Ross
    i wonder what that would do.....
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