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    New to tuning. Any tips/tricks for L61 with HP Tuners?

    Ok, so I have HP tuners and am pretty clueless on tuning.
    My L61 is dead stock 120k Miles with a tsudo header and cheap ebay air intake.

    Is there much that can be done with HP Tuners on my stock engine before I start modifying it? The engine is used for endurance racing so need to run for 24 hours so I am definitely looking at the conservative side don't want to introduce a lean condition or anything but I figure that there may be some simple adjustments or things to turn on/off to increase Torque and/or HP over the stock tune.

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    you can play with the commanded PE AFR to see if you can gain any usable power there, and experiment with the PE timing tables as well. Nothing will comprimise longevity or durability unless you run it lean or start pinging it to death.

    Nothing is difficult; some things just take more time.
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    check out the torque management tables as well. They can all be made moot.

    Nothing is difficult; some things just take more time.
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