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Old 08-02-2011, 03:56 PM   #1
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Who's is using wHat chips I want to fix that dam 95 timing ****** with out having to change the timing
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Sct with bama tunes loaded in it right now.
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Old 08-02-2011, 04:14 PM   #3
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That's a bit costly I have a old ball and chain and 2 rug rats and 360 is a bit steep
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Lol, I have three and told the wife I needed it to get my car to run right after the h/c/I swap.
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No chip for me, I scrimped and saved until I could buy an AFM PMS to tune my 86 GT.
Now if I can just manage to get enough cash together to purchase the last few parts I need to complete my SC install, I might actually get to use it.
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No chip for me, I scrimped and saved until I could buy an AFM PMS to tune my 86 GT.
Now if I can just manage to get enough cash together to purchase the last few parts I need to complete my SC install, I might actually get to use it.
I know how that feels. I saved up and bought parts for over a year before I was able to enjoy them installed on my car. I'm still not done.lol
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I know how that feels. I saved up and bought parts for over a year before I was able to enjoy them installed on my car. I'm still not done.lol
Mustangs can be never ending projects for sure.

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I want to fix that dam 95 timing ****** with out having to change the timing
Note: If your car is an auto trans, which I assume it is since you are talking about the timing ******, you may want to give some thought to building the transmission up a bit before removing the ****** function. Ford built that in to protect the transmission which is to weak in its stock form to handle full power shifts for very long.
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5spd and I thought they all did
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5spd and I thought they all did
I don't believe the 5-speed cars had that issue.
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I don't believe the 5-speed cars had that issue.
94-95 they all did
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94-95 they all did
Really?
In the AODE it was activated through the electronic transmission controls.
How did they activate it on a manual transmission car?
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Really?
In the AODE it was activated through the electronic transmission controls.
How did they activate it on a manual transmission car?
It is based off of rpm and engine load.

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Well I have 95
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Well I have 95
Nice!, I had one too.
Mine was an auto and you could feel it "lay down" right before a shift.
I have rode in and drove several manual transmission versions and I never noticed any drop in rpm or performance when shifting the manuals.
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Nice!, I had one too.
Mine was an auto and you could feel it "lay down" right before a shift.
I have rode in and drove several manual transmission versions and I never noticed any drop in rpm or performance when shifting the manuals.
Here's a write up for it.
http://webpages.charter.net/darrell1/mustang_efi.html
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Thanks!, I found this too.

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Another thing the '94 -'95 cars do with spark is ****** it during a shift. The
automatic cars REALLY pull out the timing, but the 5spd cars do it also. Inside
the 5spd EEC calibration is a thing called Tip-in ******. Any time the throttle is
moved from a more closed position to a more open position, it can pull out some
timing. When you shift a 5-speed car, most people lift off the gas during the shift.
The EEC senses this, and when you push on the gas again it pulls some timing out.


So, if you "power shift" without taking your foot off the gas pedal it shouldn't pull out any timing.
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Guess not.
Thanks, you have helped me learn a bit more about Mustangs today.
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Thanks, you have helped me learn a bit more about Mustangs today.
I appreciate it.
And I've learned a good bit from you as well.
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Isn't worth it to dyno it instead ?
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Isn't worth it to dyno it instead ?
A dyno tune is always the best option if you have a shop close by and you can afford it.
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A dyno tune is always the best option if you have a shop close by and you can afford it.
+1, especially if you already have a chip or pms already installed.
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