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Kory Willis, owner of Power Performance Enterprises, Inc. has proven himself as one of the most capable EFILive tuners on the market for Duramax's. He has not only proven this through his word of mouth track record, but also through holding two world records:
- Fastest STOCK Duramax running 12.003 @ 109.76MPH
- Fastest LMM running 10.1 @ 143MPH
Even though many know PPEI as the most capable at building horsepower, they also specialize in maximizing the efficiency and reliability of the everyday Duramax built for towing and daily driving. The platform in which we offer PPEI's tuning is via the EFILive AutoCal, and comes preloaded with five custom tunes tailored for how your truck is setup and how you use your truck.
What's the use of having multiple power levels if you can't switch them on the fly? For those that would like this ability, we offer several options:
-You can add a DSP5 Switch, which is a simple rotary knob that will allow you to toggle between the five power levels on the fly.
-You can add a DSP5 Key Lock Switch, which is similar to the standard DSP5 Switch, but it includes a key that must be engaged in order to change the power levels. For vehicles that have multiple drivers and you want the ability to lock a power level in place, this is ideal.
-The 2001-2005 Duramax's has the ability to toggle between these power levels through the Edge Insight (similar to when using the DSP5 switch). PPEI needs to know if you plan using the Edge Insight, because it must be programmed into the AutoCal. If you do not plan on using the Edge Insight please select the DSP5 switch.
For 2006-2010 model years, the DSP5 Switch is the only method to change tunes
For those with an automatic transmission equipped Duramax, you have the option to add PPEI's exclusive TCM (Transmission Control Module) tuning that will deliver a crisp shift pattern optimized to work in tandem with their engine tuning calibration. For people selecting TCM tuning PPEI needs the operating system number from the TCM which is not retrievable without the Autocal first. You will need to retrieve your TCM Operating system number once you receive your autocal and call us back with it to get the TCM tuning that will then be sent to your email in 1-2 business days. If you are not sure how to get your OS number
AUTOCAL V3 FEATURES:
- Store tune & log files to internal memory
- Read & clear DTC codes
- High speed data logging
- Display data while logging
- Built-in LCD screen
- Upgradable bootblock and firmware
- 8MB internal memory, 6MB (approx.) available for tune/log files
- Vehicle Input Voltage – Min 9V, Max 14V
- This is a custom tuned product. In various situations, you may receive an error code when attempting to load the AutoCal onto your vehicle. In most of these situations we will need to update your stock file. If you have any issues, please contact us with error code messages available so we may promptly resolve any issues you may be having.
- This product is unavailable for shipment to California
- This is a custom tuned product. Please allow several business days for product to ship
Please fill in all of the information to the best of your knowledge. We must receive an accurate Vehicle Identification Number or the programmer will not accept the tune. Any other false or inaccurate information could lead to the tune not performing as intended.
- ManufacturerPPEI | Power Performance Enterprises, Inc | EFILive by Kory Willis
- 15 HP – Optimized Stock/Eco
- 30 HP – Heavy Tow
- 60 HP – Light Tow
- 100 HP – Street
- 120 HP – Race
- 30 HP – Optimized Stock/Eco
- 60 HP – Heavy Tow
- 100 HP – Light Tow
- 120 HP – Street
- 150 HP – Race
- 30 HP – Optimized Stock/Eco
- 60 HP – Heavy Tow
- 100 HP – Light Tow
- 160 HP – Street
- 230 HP – Race
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I purchased a autocal a few years ago. I just started pulling trailers and was under the impression that the tow tune was equipped with a turbo brake. I don't seem to notice any effect on deceleration compared to other tunes while pulling. How can I test that the function is actually working. And if the tune needs to be adjusted to allow for the turbo brake how do I go about getting it adjusted. Thanks?
That would be completely dependent on who did the tuning for you a few years ago. Each company that uses the autocal as a platform can make different tunes that are loaded onto the device. Your best bet would be to contact the tuner directly to see if they have record on what was loaded onto that autocal.
Your Question: ""I purchased a autocal a few years ago. I just started pulling trailers and was under the impression that the tow tune was equipped with a turbo brake. I don't seem to notice any effect on deceleration compared to other tunes while pulling. How can I test that the function is actually working. And if the tune needs to be adjusted to allow for the turbo brake how do I go about getting it adjusted. Thanks"" ""That would be completely dependent on who did the tuning for you a few years ago. Each company that uses the autocal as a platform can make different tunes that are loaded onto the device. Your best bet would be to contact the tuner directly to see if they have record on what was loaded onto that autocal."" I bought the auto cal that this question is posted too. From you tuned by kory for a 2005 duramax.....?
I was able to pull up your original order via your email. Please contact our customer service department in regards to the specific tunes on your order. We would be more then happy to accommodate you and make sure you have the tunes you want! Please email [email protected] and one of the sales techs will get you handled!
Does Kory's auto cal have tcm tuning included with each tune? Thanks Jeff?
No sir, the TCM tuning is additional, it requires a file be made to flash the tcm which has to be separate from the ecm tunes. Once the tcm is flashed that tune is always there.
I have a 2004 lb7 duramax and want this on it. What 5 tunes does it come with and is this all I need? I drive the truck daily and want to have the most torque and horsepower without blowing the tips off my injectors and destroying my transmission. I currently have the flash paq super chip and its just terrible. Gains are hardly recognizable even on performance mode. Looking to get a ton of power then what stock has to offer Thanks?
That is an excellent programmer for what you want it to do. Tunes would be Economy, Towing, Street, Hot, and Race. I would recommend someway to monitor your trucks vitals, gauges or a monitor. The tuning is rather aggressive and can damage components if misused. The top two tunes we do recommend an aftermarket fuel lift pump also, contact us for options!
This is in regards to previous question and response: I have the 2004 lb7 duramax that I drove everyday. Which would be a better more cost effective way to monitor? The gauges or monitor? Also you suggest getting a after market fuel and lift pump, if I get those before I buy the programmer, will you have a special tune for it? And lastly, what are the horsepower and torque for the street, hot, and race? Thanks for all your help and quick response?
As far as monitoring is concerned both ways will work just fine, it merely comes down to personal preference. Some individuals prefer analog type gauges over a display screen and some prefer the monitoring screen over analog gauges. On the 01-16 Duramax engines we would recommend getting a lift pump and a lift pump would not negate special tuning. They build these tuners with the impression that you have or will be doing a lift pump if you are running the higher levels. Street is typically 90-110hp, hot is 120-150hp and race is 150+.
I just bought the ego w/ Kory tunes from you. What is the specific gains with the Kory Duramax tunes. All stock LMM with K&N air filter.?
The power levels on his tunes will very and are not listed. We would recommend shooting us a call and we can discuss what your power gains should be with each tune.
I'm currently running a bully dog triple gt tuner on my duramax, and it's getting taken off soon along with the egr and fingerstick to make way for some efi live tuning, my question is can I wire the 5 way switch and still use my bull dog for the gauges??
You may do this yes. You would just need to make sure the bully dog is returned to stock without any power levels added.