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hey guys, im finally starting to do zf tuning on my own car. but im unsure of where to start. ive compared a bf f6 file to my own and theres no difference apparently. im not asking to be told how to do it, more pointed in the right directrion. i dont want to jump in adjusting random stuff and destroying my box.

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34 minutes ago, Roland@pcmtec said:

It is a very complicated process. We have someone working on training material for ZF tuning at the moment which will eventually be a paid course. If you are interested in doing some paid training we can put you in contact with them.

is zf tuning the only training package being put together Roland?

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23 minutes ago, Gabbo32 said:

is zf tuning the only training package being put together Roland?

It will be a 2 part course, one for engine tuning one for ZF tuning. It will be produced in a document form that you can view within the editor (still working out the details) and eventually there will be an in person course run that can be attended in VIC. It will be run by Dave Symons at DSR Performance.

Initially the in person training it will be offered to workshops however they will most likely offer it to DIY once the first. The documentation will most likely be something you can purchase or comes included depending on the package, we are still working out the details.

The training material is designed to get a basic ~250-300rwkw car tuned including everything you need to do including mechanical diagnosis etc. It will be suited for mechanics that are relatively new to tuning or are experienced tuners that have never tuned the Ford/Barra engines with our software before.

Goal is to have the training material ready early next year in document form.

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1 hour ago, Roland@pcmtec said:

It is a very complicated process. We have someone working on training material for ZF tuning at the moment which will eventually be a paid course. If you are interested in doing some paid training we can put you in contact with them.

That would be brilliant, thank you.

 

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