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putting 6.2l in 99 transam

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    putting 6.2l in 99 transam

    what needs to change to make 99 computer work on 6.2l. Will it read the new cam sensor? I do have ls1 edit. Will it work with the new crank wheel or should I put a older crank in it, motor is in pieces still.will be a stock rebuild. I have most of the parts and need to start getting it together. Spring will be here soon I hope.

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    you'll need to put the 24X reluctor wheel on the crank for the LS1 PCM to work.

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    what about the cam sensor?do you know what the pin layout on the new cam sensor is?
    I do have some old cranks so I will just put one of them in it.
    Thanks

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    not sure on pinout. should be the same

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    Lingenfelter makes a reluctor converter module as well...

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    thanks guys
    Started getting it together today. Need some pistons, not going to use stockers just In case.
    Should be another good project.

    Frost I want u to tune it. I will e-mail you soon.
    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    Lingenfelter makes a reluctor converter module as well...
    forgot to mention that it covers the cam issue too

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    I will check it out. Plug in type?
    What's with the cam sensor?

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    checked it out. What about changing the cam gear? Have 24x crank. What cam gear are they talking about.

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    gm high tech performance just did an article on swapping a gen IV into an f-body. They used the 24x/58x module on theirs.

    http://www.gmhightechperformance.com...wap/index.html

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