A first in Australia, LS1Edit allows us to directly modify the software in your 1999 - 2003 onwards Gen III Holden Engine Management System (PCM). Unlike the chip tuners that hack at your computer with a soldering iron, we plug into your diagnostic port and 'flash' in a new program. Quick, seamless and able to be reverted to stock if needed. LS1 Edit does not require you to pull the car apart to get things happening.. !!

From the factory GM very carefully calibrate the LS1 engine management to restrict power. They do this for a number of reasons, but the main one is to give them a growth path with the engine over the model cycle. Why give the stock 260 - 270kw of power now when it can be slowly phased in 10kw at a time with each new model update? In most cases removing the limiters and tuning the tables correctly not only gives more power but also improves economy
There arent too many new car dealers that will officially condone modification of your new car. There are however a few that dont mind the advantages that LS1 Edit can give, particularly in cars that are there to be driven by the public.

With LS1Edit software we can modify the following parameters to get peak power from your engine, on our state of the art chassis dyno:

LIMITERS:
four Idle Speed Tables
Five RPM Limits
RPM limit By Gear Table
RPM Limit by Temperature
RPM Limit Delay

FUEL:
Fuel Air Ratio Table
Volumetric Efficiency Table
MAF calibration Table
Fuel Pressure versus voltage
Fuel Injector flow rate Manifold vacuum
Fuel injector Offset Table
Power Enrichment vs Temp Table
Power enrichment versus RPM Table
Wide Open Throttle Hot & Cold Tables
Closed Loop Enable vs Temperature

TIMING:
High and Low Octane Spark Adv. vs RPM vs Load
Base Spark Advance in Gear, and In neutral Tables
four Knock retard Tables
3 Torque Management tables
6 Knock Learn Parameters
Maximum Torque Parameter

ENGINE DIAGNOSTICS:
You can change the mode of 64 different Diagnostic Tests

TRANSMISSION:
A4 Shift Speed
Normal Mode Shift Speed vs Throttle position for each Up and Down Shift
Performance Mode Shift Speed vs Throttle position for each Up and Down Shift
Wide Open Throttle Shift Parameters
A4 Shift Firmness
Force Motor Current vs Temperature vs Throttle Position
Desired Shift time vs Torque for each Up and Down Shift
Torque Reduction vs RPM
TCC lock tables
Normal Mode TCC lock speed for each gear by Throttle Position
Performance Mode TCC lock speed for each gear by Throttle Position
Cruise Mode TCC lock speed for each gear by Throttle Position
Normal Mode TCC release speed for each gear by Throttle Position
Performance Mode TCC release speed for each gear by Throttle Position
Cruise Mode TCC release speed for each gear by Throttle Position

System:
Low and High Speed Fan Temperatures
VATS disable
Gear and Tire size scaling
Speed Limiters