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    Question EEC tuning in Texas

    Looking for information on a good place in Texas to have my eec set up for the mods that I plan on running such as

    MPIII blower and 85mm TB 3.5 Air intake
    system 90mm MAF 60lb injectors the big exhaust system from SCP /headers 5% jackshaft
    and 5% SCPulley UD Accy pulleys a Spec III clutch in a 5spd car w/ 3.55
    rear gears.

    I just had a complete rebuild on my motor and the heads were ported and flowed to comparable specs as coy miller stage 2 heads.

    any ideas?

    Thanks

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    I don't know if this helps you any, but if you can get 5 people who want it done I can come down there and do it for you.
    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
    Email me here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave
    I don't know if this helps you any, but if you can get 5 people who want it done I can come down there and do it for you.
    Dave I think we both know my car is going to need an update at some point fairly soon and I am sure I can get at least three other guys from the Houston area to tune their cars as well. He is only about 3 hours from here so I am sure we could make something work for all of us. It think it would be best to shoot for late Febuary or early March, as I would like to try the new Titan Copper Head gaskets when the time comes to bolt on my new heads. I will be happy to make arangements for the dyno whenever the time comes to set everthing up.

    Charles
    Last edited by 83GT460; 12-16-2005 at 03:18 AM.

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    I'm in El Paso but would probably drive to Houston for a tune if the price is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-bird Tim
    I'm in El Paso but would probably drive to Houston for a tune if the price is right.
    I won't speak for David on his pricing, but I will tell you that he did an excellent job tunning my car in October at the Shootout in Oklahoma City.

    Charles

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    Count me in! I plan on doing more mods after Christmas and was wanting a tune. Sounds like perfect timing.

    Dave is there any way you can send me some prices?


    Chris

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    Cost for a single position chip and tune is $300. Dyno time depends on what kind of a deal we get on the dyno.

    All tunes come with 100% tech support from me and a lifetime warr. on the chip.
    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
    Email me here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave
    Cost for a single position chip and tune is $300. Dyno time depends on what kind of a deal we get on the dyno.

    All tunes come with 100% tech support from me and a lifetime warr. on the chip.
    Dave let me know if we get close to doing something down here, I know the service manager at my local Ford dealer will work with us if others don't mind coming on the North side of Houston. If that isn't good for everyone I will be happy to help with locating a shop in Houston. I know there is at least one dyno near each of the major airports if that is a consideration for you.

    Charles

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    Unhappy Valve covers miss by that much

    Houston would work from as well as the time frame, However I have a new problem.. I got the motor back and the valve cover dont quite fit like they should. The aftermarket rocker arms he used are just a bit to big and they hit the top of the covers and the baffles. I was looking (unsuccessfully i might add) to fingd something that will fit. Talked to Bill at SCP and the rockers he stocks are for stock cams. Unfortunately my cam is not.

    Gentleman, what do you have for me?

    Thanks

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    Tune

    Count me in for a tune also.
    Will i benefit if my car is all stock?
    what changes will be made to a stock sc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzibilske77
    Count me in for a tune also.
    Will i benefit if my car is all stock?
    what changes will be made to a stock sc?
    Your 95 will benefit most from a chip. In both cases, engine fan temps will be dropped significantly, and should be done in conjunction with a 180deg thermostat and cooler plugs. AFR will be

    Gains depend on how well (or poorly) as the case may be, your car is currently running. A chip also makes future upgrades easier and more effective.

    Unlike a chip from olden days, these chips are fully re-flashable for when you add mods later on.

    If the time line is workable for everyone, then I'll make plans to come down in March. I have to get Charles' heads done and shipped before then. I guess that gives me some additional incentive, huh?
    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
    Email me here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave
    Your 95 will benefit most from a chip. In both cases, engine fan temps will be dropped significantly, and should be done in conjunction with a 180deg thermostat and cooler plugs. AFR will be

    Gains depend on how well (or poorly) as the case may be, your car is currently running. A chip also makes future upgrades easier and more effective.

    Unlike a chip from olden days, these chips are fully re-flashable for when you add mods later on.

    If the time line is workable for everyone, then I'll make plans to come down in March. I have to get Charles' heads done and shipped before then. I guess that gives me some additional incentive, huh?
    Dave you notice I was playing nice and did not mention anything about where my heads were coming from. Actually March will work out for me just as long as I get the heads a couple of weeks prior to you arriving so I have a chance to get the heads, cam and new injectors installed on one of my weekends off.

    Charles

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    I really need to start to mod the bird . By the time we have the tune I hope to have most of the stuff ready to mount.

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    looks like with me in on this I make five?!?!?!

    March sounds good to me. I don't have any chip on my car at all right now and right after christmas I will be putting on 5% jackshaft 5% blower overdrives along with underdrives a 75mm tb and a intake system. Already have the exhaust done, and am rebuilding my tranny right now with a new tq and Vb to go with that.

    When you come down can you bring me a chip and everything and I'll pay you for it when we can shake hands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR7 Dave
    I don't know if this helps you any, but if you can get 5 people who want it done I can come down there and do it for you.

    Seems like I tried to get something like this together but just got a bunch of tire kickers.

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