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Does anyone have a  G4+ thunder  map that is running in a Gen 4   LS engine they would be willing to share ? 

None of the actual timing or fueling would matter, I am more wanting to look at the basic set up info  and compare to what we have as we set up. 

Thanks for any help

 

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As I'm sure you probably know, the LS3 (and 2006+ LS2's) uses a 58x (60-2) reluctor on the crank and 4x cam trigger, older LS2's (pre 2006) had a 24x reluctor and a 1x cam trigger... I don't know what profiles Link has set up in for use via the Trigger mode, and would like to know if the LS2 mode worked for you!

If you need any stock data (injector characterization, VE, etc) , I've amassed tons of .hpt files over the years including GMPP LS3 crate motors from Spec TT's i've tuned, if you need any specific data, let me know

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Adam, thanks for chiming in, I don't think you ever sleep! 

Would it be possible to request for a future release to generalize the trigger modes based on the crank pattern for GM's? As a suggestion, instead of LS1/LS2 maybe GM 24x/GM 58x? GM 4 cylinder Ecotec motors also use the same 24x/58x pattern based on year of release, so these patterns are not just limited to GM V8's

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Would it be possible to request for a future release to generalize the trigger modes based on the crank pattern for GM's? As a suggestion, instead of LS1/LS2 maybe GM 24x/GM 58x? GM 4 cylinder Ecotec motors also use the same 24x/58x pattern based on year of release, so these patterns are not just limited to GM V8's

I can certainly put that suggestion forward.  I suspect it's probably more a locale related thing.  NZ and AU are our biggest markets and most of us know these engines as "Holdens".  

The biggest thing that does my head in with our trigger mode list currently is it not being in alphabetical order...   I have already asked if we can improve that.

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