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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-23-2011, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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PHP rollback question..

I talked with Cory from PHP this morning and I have a question for you guys that are running their rollback. I live in Virginia where we have the full spectrum of weather. Hot summers and cold winters with temps dipping below freezing sometimes. My question is do I need to go with a heat inductive strategy. I'm not having problems with cold starts now and actually the truck seems to start better when I don't plug it up. Just looking for opinions.

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I run the PHP FICM tuning having good results with the weather differences. The cold weather starts seem a bit rough but they settle down easily within 1-2 minutes at most. I can't speak of their PCM rollback tuning since I have the original factory strategy.


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I talked with Cory from PHP this morning and I have a question for you guys that are running their rollback. I live in Virginia where we have the full spectrum of weather. Hot summers and cold winters with temps dipping below freezing sometimes. My question is do I need to go with a heat inductive strategy. I'm not having problems with cold starts now and actually the truck seems to start better when I don't plug it up. Just looking for opinions.

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simple way would be see what stategy your ficm has now, if you have inductive heating now, you will probably need it.

what's your current strategy? (pcm ?)

btw i have the orignal with non inductive heating, but my injectors are also in tip top shape and i change my oil before the recommend intervals.
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Here's what my truck has now.
VXCF9N4
TQCI1NA
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Re: PHP rollback question..

I run their roll back and while we don't get too far below freezing I have never had a problem and I don't run any inductive heating.

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Here's what my truck has now.
VXCF9N4
TQCI1NA
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Roll that thing back!!!

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VXCF9?

Roll that thing back!!!
Yep.... VXCF4 is where its at!!

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Is that the one with better power and fuel milage?

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So does the stratagy i have now VXCF9N4/TQCI1NA have the inductive heating or not this may make my decision a little easier. If I dont already have it I don't really see where I would need it.
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