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Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 8:05 pm 
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Ride: XR8 Ute

Location: Melbourne
VIC, Australia

What is the usual time frame for your ecu to learn any engine mods ?
Ive just recently installed a new cam and done a little head work and im just curious as to how long before the computer re-learns and settles things down a bit
The cam was a Crane 2020
Head shaved to bring compression up to 9.5:1
Port and polish and match porting on the intake
3 angle valve cut
Roller rockers and double valve springs
1/2 inch phenolic spacer
Pacemaker tri-y's and twin 2 1/2 exhaust

Next step is the dyno tune and ecu re-programed at a later stage of course , just blew the budget on the rebuild lol
Oh the car is an AU XR8 ute series 1
Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 8:22 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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Joined: 7th Nov 2004

Ride: 320kw BA XR8

Location: Adelaide
SA, Australia

EEC relearn doesn't take long at all, 100kms or so is all it needs but the majority of its learning will be done within a few minutes after an EEC reset. If you haven't already, reset the EEC by leaving the battery off for an hour or so, then let it idle for 5-10mins then take it for a drive mainly using light throttle / cruising as that is the only place the EEC learns.
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