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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlander View Post
    Do they use wideband O2s?
    I don't believe so.
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    So if the E92 will come 2014 C7 nad 2014+ truck when could we purchase the stream license
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    Oh yeah, well under way, but when the final cal release comes out there will be a new special feature never seen before
    Fantastic, eta on cal release v7.00 or 7.01?

    Im hoping the E67 cals will be updated with the new TQ Model stuff soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wesam View Post
    So if the E92 will come 2014 C7 nad 2014+ truck when could we purchase the stream license
    We are still trying to figure out the fairest way to offer some sort of stream option for these late model ECM's, we haven't forgotten.

    Quote Originally Posted by ScarabEpic22 View Post
    Im hoping the E67 cals will be updated with the new TQ Model stuff soon!
    Well, of course the torque coeffs have been in EFILive for years, however when we update the torque model manipulation cals it will include every ECM that uses it.
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    Q - Will the ECM log tune changes?
    A - Yes it certainly does and EFILive will not allow any bypassing of this, if you flash a modified tune in your dealer will know, even if it's set back to stock
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    If you buy a new controller and flash that one, will the dealer still know if you put the "stock" OEM unit back in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by red98c5 View Post
    q - will the ecm log tune changes?
    A - yes it certainly does and efilive will not allow any bypassing of this, if you flash a modified tune in your dealer will know, even if it's set back to stock
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    if you buy a new controller and flash that one, will the dealer still know if you put the "stock" oem unit back in?
    no.

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    They log travelled miles too, they'll know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    They log travelled miles too, they'll know.
    That settles it then, anyone wishing to have a modified GEN 5 LT1 C7 is just going to have to buy 2 of them and keep 1 stock.

    SOme creative ingenuity will get around these issues. GM isnt expecting the ECM to stay stock in the hands of enthusiasts. OEM's should be embracing modifications to the ECM, they could make a lot of money if they played their card right.

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    So cool! 5 months from not knowing what was inside to being setup for tuning the uncrackable E92. Congratulations for this world first again!!! Just like E85 Flex Fuel 3 years at least before the competition got there.

    In the context of internet rumors, reading this set of posts on LS1Tech is very amusing.

    http://ls1tech.com/forums/generation...m-block-4.html

    Someone posing anonymously as a GM engineer made claims of dual virtual machine architecture with hypervisor controls:

    Obviously this guy was a Robot as one reader concluded.

    Quote: "As I've stated... The ECM and please refer to these as the ECM's is Now a virtual client. The ECM has a microprocessor that is now virtualize. Unlike before.. What that means is means is the ENGINE MANAGEMENT DEVELOPERS put more than one operating system on this single processor. The hypervisor separates between each OS. The OS modeling through a new authoring feature and IP specification import function. Through TLS and TLM as well as can be used in a wide variety of applications including systems such as engine and transmission control, braking systems, power steering systems, chassis domain control, airbags, advanced driver assistance systems, and infotainment systems.

    The virtualization easily allows the system to overwrite any changes or deny unauthorized access. This ECM contains software tools enabling greater visibility and controllability into the system software execution.

    Bigg Gunz"

    "The fuel event system will not be tunable in the after market...why are someone people not understanding that the fuel tables concerning this particular engine is completely and totally off limits? The ECM is only tunable from GM servers if and when problems arises as a virtual client ECM.

    Sure the someone can develop a standalone ECM to run the engine. But only after research, reversing engineering and then development. Find a supplier of quality electronic components and boards. Then you have to deal with testing and regression analysis. This ECM uses a superior processor. The cost of this is substantial far out weight any performance gains for the consumer. If possible wait until the official outputs on the LT1 VVT are out. If this engine isn't enough in power something on the horizon will tickle your heart.

    Stay positive this isn't the end all of performance.

    This is for your safety.

    Bigg Gunz"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMPX View Post
    They log travelled miles too, they'll know.
    Did not know he was talking about 08 and newer ecm`s.

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