O.K., I don't want to run lean, if that's what this means? And what does all this other stuff cost? Is it still " the deal of the century"??The stock 2002 Z06 injectors were sized down and are way too small for any mods. They run at 95% duty cycle with our intake. By changing to our 310cc/min RC Injectors, the Long Term Fuel trims are returned to baseline, which dials in WOT very close to perfect. Without the injectors and ported throttle body and AFR, we made 367 RWHP with just the intake alone. The additional 30.2 RWHP was with our complete T-1 Package.
Thanks for helping on this thread. I missed it or would have answered it. Nice to have friends on the forum that look out for Halltech.fyrcaptain said:Try this:
Read my posts on fuel trims, injectors etc. in the below thread. Hope you learn some stuff.
Here is the item that may answer your questions, but I suggest you read the entire thread.
Originally posted by 2002blackZ06
Jim, could you please explain this question in laymens terms. Very basic. I have a 2002 Z06 stock. I put your T-1 sidewinder on. Am I going to have lean or rich issues. Where I live, we don't have any real Corvette tuners to work these problems out. This is one of the reasons I bought your system. I was lead to believe that it was plug and play so to speak. Bolt it on and enjoy. Put her on and drive her!!!! etc.
We have over 100 T-1 Intakes sold, with maybe three that have reported the code. It can be reset from the driver's seat in 1 minute, and so far they have not returned.
You should have the same 16 RWHP we got, with no other changes to your Z06. We never saw a lean code, and have only heard of two customers getting them. The idle relearn process described in our instructions, usually solves the code problem since that procedure resets the butterfly position of the throttle body.
You will never see a rich code, but if you do, it will not be the result of our T-1 intake.
All of the other mods we have added were intended to maximize the performance of our intake.
GM took the screen out of the MAF this year. That one event is the culprit behind all of these issues with the aftermarket.
We NEVER heard of one code last year with our TRIC and the 01s, unless someone decided to pop out the laminar screen in the stock MAF or go to the Granatelli unit.
The workaround is simple in its application, and my question to you is, have you gotten a code? It will occur within the first 50 miles if at all. If not, don't worry about it. This post is to explain everthing we have learned about the 2002 trims.
Are the stock okay?sdz06 said:Thanks Cap'n, that's my question, his email contradicts that post.
Your email had made me feel that the T-1 had to have an injector change to be done right. You said " the stock injectors are way to small for any mod". That's really confusing me, your other posts lead me to believe the stock injectors should be fine.
Which is it????
They are larger. The T-1 will have no problems at all on the 01s.MSiska said:the 2001 LS6's have bigger injectors than the 02's, correct? So we don't have to worry about that when we put the T-1 on?