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Old 04-22-2012, 10:25 PM   #1
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Tweecer??????

Anyone here very knowledgeable with Tweecer? I just recently bought my 94 GT back from a friend of mine and it was running way to lean so I was gonna do some adjusting well know its setting in the driveway and won't start at all. If it does it runs very rough and backfires before shutting off. Help!!!!!
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Anyone here very knowledgeable with Tweecer? I just recently bought my 94 GT back from a friend of mine and it was running way to lean so I was gonna do some adjusting well know its setting in the driveway and won't start at all. If it does it runs very rough and backfires before shutting off. Help!!!!!
Is it super or turbo charged?
If not, you really do not need a tuner.
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No! It's a 306 with twisted wedge heads GT40 upper and lower Lunati 51014 cam with 1.72 roller rockers. 75 mm throttle body and 80 mm MAF. Well if I eliminate it doesn't something plug into its place in the computer?
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No! It's a 306 with twisted wedge heads GT40 upper and lower Lunati 51014 cam with 1.72 roller rockers. 75 mm throttle body and 80 mm MAF. Well if I eliminate it doesn't something plug into its place in the computer?
If you already have it then by all means use it once you have figured out what the issue is.


I would take it out for now and let the ECU reset to see if the Tweecer is the problem though.
You can just cover the hole with a piece of tape to keep the dirt out.
Sorry, I don't know much about how they work though.
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Have to ask what is tweece ?
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From my reading on ecctuners it's software for data logging and tuning . Suppose to be not really user friendly
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Not very user friendly at all and a very steep learning curve. One wrong button and you have to start adjusting all over again
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Right on, thanks wasn't sure what it was .... Learn something new every day ...
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If u want more info check that site
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