I have a latemodel jeep with a swapped 5.3 that i am trying to get running right. Up till now I have used HP to tune older stuff and was always able to find my answers by reading and searching, but this one I need a little bit of guidence.
The ecu is a GMPP ls2 ecu and harness assembly. I have attached the factory read from the ecu. It looks like a standard ls2 manual trans calibration to me.
The engine is an ly9 engine. New, not "out of anything" it was bought as a new complete engine. It has the factory map sensors, cam, crank, coolant, ect. It also uses the factory throttle body and pedal assembly to my knowledge. I know nothing about the particulars of this engine in regards to what its pecs are from the factory, what systems it has (varable cam, mds, ect) I am "ly9 ignorant"
My question is what is the best method for getting the values and tables for the engine into this ecu?
Does this engine code have variable cam?
I was hoping to find a suitable calibration in the repository, but I am not sure exactly which to use for this engine, any ideas? After I download a suitable file, should I register it, spend the 2 credits and write entirly to this ecu? Or should i spend the time cuting and pasting tables? Cutting and pasting seems like alot of room for a missed value. Also will the calibration from that engines original ecu "fit" in the ls2 pcm? Things like the zone based ve, mds, variable cam, ect.
As it sets now i get a bunch of codes for trims, and the occational limp mode and DBW codes.
Thanx alot for the help.