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evil1
05-17-2009, 08:38 AM
Can anyone give me some info on someone who can tune a sc on the east coast of Fl. Having chip problems, when chip is installed,no start. Car is totally modified and has been running with stock tune, low end fuel trims are not right. If any one can help drop me a line @ supercoupe38@hotmail.com my name is Mark Thanks

Flip
05-17-2009, 02:58 PM
I donít know of anybody on the east coast that can do a tune for an SC. But, you could contact David Dalke which is out of Ohio and he could get a very good ball park tune on the chip. Has done mine long distance a couple of times. Great SC tuner, might be an option for you.

David Dalke mdkracing@windstream.net

Good Luck

SuperChicken89
05-30-2009, 10:37 AM
Contact Justin at VMP located in Debary if you need someone local. I've talked to him several times regarding tuning my SC. In the V6 Ford (Mustang) circles he is the man when it comes to tuning. But he does admit that he isn't fond of our old ODB1 systems and their limitations.

http://www.vmptuning.com/store/index.php?http://

And I 2nd David Dalke's tuning abilities. Up to this point he is the only one who has tuned my SC. If you aren't in to much of a hurry, I'd get him to burn you a basic tune based on your modifications.

Good Luck.

Bryan

Kurt K
05-30-2009, 11:03 AM
I'll 3rd Dave Dalke's tuning. And now, if you're willing to learn, there are tuning tools available that anybody can make changes as needed. I'm heading that route. I've acquired the Moates QuarterHorse and wideband O2. After I get everything installed, I'll get a base tune from Dave and then I "should" be able to make changes to my tune as I continue to modify my car.

Gerry Rider
05-30-2009, 11:31 AM
Dave Dalke is a great resource for tuning, chips etc. He did a great job for me, stuck with it until everything was perfect.