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Old 10-01-2011, 11:09 AM
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SCT Live Wire Install help

I keep following all the instructions and have done it several times, but it always gets stuck after updating ECU when it goes to storage setip. It gets to 99% and then gives a error 1035 code. I can not get it any further... Help
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Old 10-01-2011, 12:08 PM
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Only like the 10th time after resting it to stock it worked!
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Glad it worked out for ya...Just picked up my Livewire today and with the canned tunes; Hell YEAH..........Got a manual so I ain't worried about the tranny; I am worried about the stock clutch so I ain't getting on it too hard yet and I really don't need to.

Also what I thought was an induction leak is gone, was only building 21-22psi. Now I hit 28psi no problem, must not have liked the EGR delete or something...Heard that could cause a boost problem. I need to find something to tow so I can try out the Jake (turbo) brake.

Oh and it must fuel more or something off throttle. Seems like I have less compression to slow it down when I let off...But on the positive side it makes shifting without using the clutch way smoother. Before the extra tension on the drivetrain made me have to be a lot more precise with the RPMs to avoid missing or grinding gears. Now no miss, no grind. Which equates to longer lasting clutch
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