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Old 08-17-2013, 04:58 PM
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Please help correctly adjust my engine .

Hello I have a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland with the 5.7 engine. I installed the engine from the Jeep Grand Cherokee 6.4. But " Diablo intune DSX", can not correctly adjust the amount of fuel and ignition timing (angles jumps) , adjustment of switching-on the cooling fan not work also ! I need technical support. Do you have the opportunity to more accurately adjust my program because "CMR Custom Tuning Products" and "Diablo intune DSX" can not do it!
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Old 08-17-2013, 06:42 PM
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contact arrington performance at 1866 844 1245
or contact through PM hemifever here on the forums. he is working on becoming a diablo vendor here.
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we would love to see some pics and vid asap too! Sounds like an awesome project!
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Re: Please help correctly adjust my engine .

Thank you .
Here are some photos from the work
Oh, I forgot to write, I'm out of it even at 7.0 stroker did



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Old 08-18-2013, 02:07 PM
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Thank you. Here are some photos from work. Yes, I completely forgot to write, I put 426 stroker



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Re: Please help correctly adjust my engine .

Privet man, I have no idea about programming the engine or fuel.
BUT I read once about a guy in a forum that modified an srt8 for off-road use, and he had problems with sensors (I donīt think you will have that if just swap the engine), and his transmission use to get very hot. So, be careful and research about transmission difference IF you are planning to go off-road.
AND if you got the engine from an SRT8, why didnīt you get the seats? (srt8 seats are awesome!)
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Re: Please help correctly adjust my engine .

Scotts correct I have their boxes right on the website for the 2012's they are the only ones doing it and the only way as of right now. No 13 tuning unless their is a PCM Swap and NO 14's for a while.
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