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I found out that GSM is looking for a SRT8 vehicle, located in So Cal, with a cam that may be experiencing tuning/vacuum issues. I understand the device will adjust the issues that surface once a cam is installed.

Its a direct plug in type device that get dialed in on the dyno and will solve the cam driveability issues. Please call Scott at GSM directly.
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Re: Gsm Cam Tuner

could this possible resolve the knock sensor issue?

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could this possible resolve the knock sensor issue?
What knock sensor issue..?


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heads, cam and problems.

i want to do heads and a cam but i am nervous. it seem that some hardly gain anything. what will your new program do?
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A couple weeks ago I had my Jeep dyno'd on two consectutive days on the same tank of gas. The second time is was over much lower, due in part I believe to the knock sesors. We hooked up a scanner and observed a one volt reading on the sensors at idle.

I subsequently removed the sensors, wrapped the threads with teflon tape, and reinstalled them being careful not to overtighten. I don't know if I made a difference, as I havn't had the opportunity to dyno or hook up a scanner.

Any ideas?

Day one: 400 plus HP to the wheels on a AWD mustang dyno
Day two: 370 HP to the wheels on a 2WD Dynojet dyno

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A couple weeks ago I had my Jeep dyno'd on two consectutive days on the same tank of gas. The second time is was over much lower, due in part I believe to the knock sesors. We hooked up a scanner and observed a one volt reading on the sensors at idle.

I subsequently removed the sensors, wrapped the threads with teflon tape, and reinstalled them being careful not to overtighten. I don't know if I made a difference, as I havn't had the opportunity to dyno or hook up a scanner.

Any ideas?

Day one: 400 plus HP to the wheels on a AWD mustang dyno
Day two: 370 HP to the wheels on a 2WD Dynojet dyno
Are you sure its not due to using 2 different dynos? I thought they say every dyno is different. Shouldn't you dynoed at the same place to compare?

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Are you sure its not due to using 2 different dynos? I thought they say every dyno is different. Shouldn't you dynoed at the same place to compare?

he should have but dinos shouldnt be off bye over 30hp... seems crazy
I dont know this for sure but i speculate
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But he used to different types of dynoes. Mustang and Dynojet. Doesn't one always read lower than the other?
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But he used to different types of dynoes. Mustang and Dynojet. Doesn't one always read lower than the other?
a few people have said by this day and age they should all be re-calibrated to be pretty close.
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He doesn't mention if the #s are corrected or not.
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