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    LT1 edit or tunercats

    What program is easier LT1 edit or tunercats? Does one of these programs have more options or are they about the same? I want to be able to make changes for egr and air pump delete, injector size.
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    I use Tunercats II for OBDII car's,I really like it.It's no longer available since JET bought the licensing,but you can get the JET for more $.I'm assuming you are reffering to Tunercats for OBDI,I've not used it but John(developer)is a cool guy and you'll have great customer service.There's alot of tuning help out there for the Tunercat and it's a good choice for a cheap RT setup.
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    Tunercat is better, but JET is greedy and wants too much for it for OBD II.
    Shame, shame on JET.
    I see no option to change EGR and air pump delete on LT1Edit, not sure that is relevant. You can certainly change the injector size.
    I would not send my money to the greedy JET unless I had no other choice. They should be run out of the county on a rail, IMHO.

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    I've used both the OBD1 CATS tuner, and Jet's OBD2 Dynamic Spectrum Tuner, both of which I've had great success with. You can delete the EGR/AIR diagnostics with either of these software packages.

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