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Old 06-13-2012, 09:49 PM   #1
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Hat is a good tuning ecu? Or good tuning programmer? Deoblo?........ How ever u spell it
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We are very limited on tuning options, on the cheap end there is the sct chip and on the expensive side you have Trojans favorite the AFM PMS.

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There are more but the only other one I hear about is the moates QH.
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Yea. I want something that can be retuned not just pretuned chip I'm really not worried about price long as it works like its suppose to work
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Hey what would be a good way to get into tuning? I've never done it, just built engines. I have a 87 5.0 5 spd. With mass airflow conversion w/ 24lb injectors. What kinds of parts do I need to get and how great are the differences when your car is tuned than without one? Thanks, hoping to get into fine tuning my stang soon.
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AFM PMS - Accept no substitutes!
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AFM PMS - Accept no substitutes!
Like I said... Lol
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Check this out suppose to be better then the Anderson eecanalyzer.net/
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Check this out suppose to be better then the Anderson eecanalyzer.net/
Which uses moates, definitely more price conscious for us cheap skates.
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Which uses moates, definitely more price conscious for us cheap skates.
Here's my take on that.


I've looked at and researched most of, if not all of the other options. By the time you buy and assemble everything you need, you will find you are getting really close to the cost of the PMS and all you are really getting with most of them is the software, a chip and a chip burner. With the PMS you get a complete packaged deal that doubles your processing power and it can actually take over complete control of your EFI functions removing the limited factory ECU from the equation for highly modified applications. You can also make any changes you might need with the included hand held programmer. IMO the PMS is a time, application, dyno and track proven option.


Just do your homework thoroughly before making your choice. I think in the end you will agree with my observations.
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