Well the controller came in from Zero Gravity and even though the workmanship looks OK the documentation leaves allot to be desired, the only paper documentation was one page with a complete schematic on one side and a as supplied cable pin out on the other.
The size and font make it very hard to make out, there is a downloadable "software guide" which also leaves allot to be desired as it just skims over the items.
There is no documentation on stuff like where the controller can be mounted or its best orientation would be, but I tossed the rats nest on top of the transmission gave it some power and I can talk to the controller and to the TCM.
So I guess we will be depending on the email help which has answered all my questions so far with as little detail as possible like "that should work" and is never signed so you have no idea whom you are talking to.
I will go to the controllers actual manufacture and see if they have some of the info I am looking for, it seems Zero Gravity is just building the harness and tweaking the firmware, the blue screen indicates I am "on line" with the controller.
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I also managed to get the dowel pins out of the 6.2L block, man they were in tight, I tried the old grab them with vice grips and twist back and forth, this has usually worked for me in the past but the more I tried to twist the tighter it got so I resorted to the tried and true drilling them to 5/16 then tapping for 3/8-16 and using a piece of all thread and an appropriate 1/2" socket to pull them out.
I had to grind the ends of with a flappy wheel to get through the case hardening before drilling.
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