View Poll Results: What year model do you most want to tune with EFILive's FlashScan Tuning Tool?

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  • 97/98 Corvette

    3 5.17%
  • 98 Camaro

    11 18.97%
  • 99 - 03 Any

    30 51.72%
  • 04 Any

    6 10.34%
  • All

    8 13.79%
  • Don't care

    0 0%
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Thread: What year model?

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    EFILive Developer Site Admin Blacky's Avatar
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    Default What year model?

    If/when you upgrade to the EFILive FlashScan Tuning Tool, which year model would you most likely want to tune?

    Currently, we do not plan on supporting the 97/98 PCMs'. However if there is enough "need" for it then we may reconsider.
    Please use this poll to register which year model(s) you most want EFILive's FlashScan Tuning Tool to support.

    June 2004, UPDATE:
    Due to the demand for a 98 tuner we are working on a plan to support the 98 PCM.

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    97/98 really need to be supported!


    John

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    I know it's a time issue, but since 95% of it is there, find the extra 5% and support them all, IMHO...
    Early EFILive V5 user - Upgraded from AutoTap for DOS!
    2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, A4 - For occasional day trips...
    1984 Chevrolet Caprice Classic - For the family...
    1989 Honda VTR250 - For me and me only...

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    all pcm should be supported if reasonably possible, lots of peeps out there with 97, 98 trucks that have been modifed needing tuning.

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    1998 please!

    specificallay 19980100
    Heath
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    Half-Assed Racing Custom STS kit in progress.

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    98! older pcms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird
    1998 please!

    specificallay 19980100
    Same here.

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    Checked my pcm os and its 19980100... I know this is not the easiest task to write the software for 3 different 98 pcms but like jnorris stated 97/98 really need to be supported!

    How can you call it an ls1 tuner with the fact it will not tune 98 ls1's? Or 97?

    a lot of guys mod 98's and need tuning... maybe I just need to save up and buy ls1edit... maybe sell my efilive pro? Kinda harsh but what are the 98 guys going to do? but I feel we are getting rubbed the wrong way on this…

    What’s another way to make this work in a 98? New pcm? How would you get the right flash in the pcm? Like maybe a 00 car pcm with 98 flash? Are the pins different in the newer cars?

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    1998 camaro here with edit,but show me the options and I may have to switch.

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    Please implement the support for the 98 Corvette !

    I bought EVILive 6.0 and LS1Edit one month ago. IMHO the LS1Edit is the money not worth. It looks and works like a prototype and not like a professional software.

    Therefore, please support the 1998, so that we get a profi tool !

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