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  1. 6L90e Trans Log

    If you don’t find any tune issues, then I’ll try a relearn. If that doesn’t work, I’ll bet the TCM has issues. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. GT500 6R80 Swap

    Better fix the line pressure to hold that power ASAP before it eats itself. Mine did that a couple times and then it was toast. Wouldn’t hold any power. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  4. Thinking About Getting A New Car

    Spell check got me. Cammed....
  5. GT500 6R80 Swap

    Get us some video when you can! Preferably some WOT action! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Thinking About Getting A New Car

    So did you score one yet? And question... Why do I never see / hear any cammed Scat Pack 392’s? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. 6L90e Trans Log

    I think it does it 2nd to 3rd.... This tune, I shut off OBD 2 p219a and p219b from reporting MIL. Otherwise, it's DBR's blower dyno tune. DBR_Blower_Tune_3b_p219A_p219B_Disable.hpt
  8. 2010 Camaro SS

    This is the positive cable I moved. See how it’s routed over the pcm box and loom is broken off? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. 6L90e Trans Log

    I need to re-setup my logs.... But I will say this. The car, at times on the 2nd to 3rd shift feels like it tries to shift too fast and clunks in to gear like it didn't release the last get quick enough before engaging the next. Weird part is that it doesn't do this every time. More often than not, it does it after a cold start right after pulling out of a parking space or my driveway.
  10. 2010 Camaro SS

    (1.) I have no clue. (2.) All I see is voltage to log. (3.) Never tested the old battery. That battery was from the 2009 build date on the car. It needed to be replaced regardless of my issues. (4.) Don't think it cooked it. It only peaked at 15 volts for a short time. It spent the majority of the time in the 14 volt range. That said, drove it yesterday and no issues at all with the battery. Only wire I touched was the red positive cable going tot he PCM and fuse box areas. It was routed over the top of the PCM on the edge and was really tight. Tight enough to break the plastic wire loom off and I'm sure it would have eventually rubbed in to the wire insulation.
  11. 2010 Camaro SS

    Drove it to work today, no issues. Weird...
  12. 2010 Camaro SS

    I have a theory. When the seasons change and the extreme temperatures are present, cars with issues start to break down. Well, if you recall, the car ran hot that day in traffic sitting. Heat kills electronics. My battery went right after that. New AC Delco battery in the car, on my way to work yesterday and my car stops charging the battery and goes in to (can't recall the exact wording) power save mode. I look and the battery is just below 12v. Soon after the battery light comes on in the instrument cluster. Laptop crashed (probably from the heat as I shut off the AC), so I couldn't see anything in the log such as an intermittent issue. Went out to the parking lot at work at random times and same issue, not charging. Well, this AM I guess it was in the 60F range, got in the car, started it and it immediately started charging the battery. I drove about 25 miles home no issues. Log showed the charging hit just above 15.00v I've read some cars has issues like this and it was some sort of inline sensor / regulator on the positive main battery cable. Ever heard of this? I know the battery is good (new). Doubt the alternator is bad. Has to be that sensor thingy, right? Anyone know the name and / or part number for it?
  13. 2010 Camaro SS

    I never had this problem until I swapped the cats on. I’m positive me trying to get the pipes to slide in by working them in via circular motion probably created a leak. That’s why I’m going to do vbands ASAP. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. 2010 Camaro SS

    Compare the top wideband reading to the bottom. Car still wants to throw P219A and P219B. It's swinging pretty lean. 1.1XX lambda at times. Something is definitely up... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. 2010 Camaro SS

    I know the 5th gen ZL1 has a heat extractor hood and a more open lower front bumper with a scoop to direct air to the radiator. That might be an option, too.