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    What is the difference between CALC and Calculated PID files?
    Y2K C5, M6, LS6 intake, Kooks LT headers, High flow cats, 216/224 113 LSA, 5.3 Stage II heads. STS twins. COS

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    Not sure I understand your question...
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    Did you make a new calculated pid and use CALC as the System instead of Calculated? If so there is no difference that I know of except it will place it in a new group when displayed by the PIDS( F8 )screen. If this is the case, go back into your calc_pids.txt file and change the CALC to Calculated under System.

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    Quote Originally Posted by black02ss
    Did you make a new calculated pid and use CALC as the System instead of Calculated? If so there is no difference that I know of except it will place it in a new group when displayed by the PIDS( F8 )screen. If this is the case, go back into your calc_pids.txt file and change the CALC to Calculated under System.
    Yes, that's how the CALC pid group came about. Thanks.
    Y2K C5, M6, LS6 intake, Kooks LT headers, High flow cats, 216/224 113 LSA, 5.3 Stage II heads. STS twins. COS

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