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This is a discussion on Dual Flash PCM within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; http://www.tunedbyfrost.com/products.htm So let me get this straight: I can have two different PCM settings at the same time and just ...

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    Dual Flash PCM

    http://www.tunedbyfrost.com/products.htm

    So let me get this straight:

    I can have two different PCM settings at the same time and just switch between them at the flick of a button?

    One for economy and one for maximum performance? That's the ultimate mod, if you ask me.

    I assume it's best to do other stuff first (bolt-ons, in my case) before getting the tune, that way I don't have to pay for it multiple times...

    After standard bolt ons (CAI, LS6, Exhaust/Headers, Throttle Body etc), how much more power would the tune uncover? I figure those bolt ons would put me at about 330 whp. After a tune, would I be looking at 5, 10... 50 more whp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naaman View Post
    http://www.tunedbyfrost.com/products.htm

    So let me get this straight:

    I can have two different PCM settings at the same time and just switch between them at the flick of a button?

    One for economy and one for maximum performance? That's the ultimate mod, if you ask me.

    I assume it's best to do other stuff first (bolt-ons, in my case) before getting the tune, that way I don't have to pay for it multiple times...

    After standard bolt ons (CAI, LS6, Exhaust/Headers, Throttle Body etc), how much more power would the tune uncover? I figure those bolt ons would put me at about 330 whp. After a tune, would I be looking at 5, 10... 50 more whp?
    Yeah those dual tunes are freakin awesome! Im about to get one with max power n/a and max power nitrous. That way I dont have to be that guy who says "thats not fair man, my cars tuned for nitrous" when I lose after runnin without the bottle. I would expect anywhere from 330-350rwhp with the bolt-ons tou mentioned and a good tune. Maybe a lil more, maybe a lil less. Just depends on a lot of things.

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    yes the dual set up is really very good to know

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    Well, crap. I just noticed that these are only available for 99 models and newer. I have a 98, so, would a 99-02 PCM hook up to my motor with no issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naaman View Post
    Well, crap. I just noticed that these are only available for 99 models and newer. I have a 98, so, would a 99-02 PCM hook up to my motor with no issues?
    yes, you can do a conversion.

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    Hmm... my preliminary research is showing that it's "too expensive" to be worthwhile. I don't know... depending on what classifies as "too expensive," I'd probably still be interested.

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