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post #76 of (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 06:25 AM
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Sup guys it’s been a while since I’ve been in this thread. Just wanted to share some basic info I learn from going to the tuning school this weekend. The ANN network on these cars is pretty amazing once we understand what it is trying to do. As stated previously in this thread by everyone. Logging pids and gathering data is going to be the difference maker in all that you want to do. Spend lots of time gathering the data and then you will be in a good position to make changes. As always glad to see more of us going to HPT.


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So you went to the actual class? All I did was buy the book which helps but I bet it would have been way better hands on.


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