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Anybody running a chip in their foxes? if so what kind. TIA
 

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I have a Shiftmasters EEC Tuner Chip in mine, it allows me to change any setting in the stock computer with a laptop computer.
 

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How much was that? I just have tha basic heads, cam and intake. I dont know if if i need that much.
 

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mavs79 said:
twEECer and never look back!
-mason w.
What kind of mods does everyone have with their chips. I called a place and they said on foxes they just dyno it, adjust timing and air/fuel... no need for a chip
 

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The computer can adapt to your changing the fuel pressure by adjusting how long the injector stays open , etc, thus making your fuel pressure changes worthless. Some sort of tuning device is a necessity if you have a modified car. http://www.tweecer.com/
-mason w.
 

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Had a Vortech with heads, cam, intake.
 

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Has anybody used or known anybody that has used Casper Electronic Plug-in better throttle response.
 

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TurboASR said:
How much was that? I just have tha basic heads, cam and intake. I dont know if if i need that much.
EEC Tuner is cheaper than a Tweecer and does the same exact thing.

I'd HIGHLY recommend that anyone buying a chip either buy the EEC Tuner or a Tweecer.

The only thing stock on my engine is probably the Brackets for the accessories.

The EEC Tuner allowed me to remap my MAF meter settings to match my engine, allowed me to change the fuel curve, again to match my engine, allowed me to cure the hot start issue with having larger injectors on the car, and allowed me to adjust the spark curve inconjuction with my boost. I can change the rev limiters, how much timing my car has, how much fuel it can have, how long injectors pulse, how to interpret the 02 Sensors (Especially if you have long tube headers), tell the computer I have no EGR, No Smog pump, etc. (You can do all these things with a tweecer also.)

I just dont like chips that you plug in and have no ability to adjust them.
 

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Dacotua said:
EEC Tuner is cheaper than a Tweecer and does the same exact thing.

I'd HIGHLY recommend that anyone buying a chip either buy the EEC Tuner or a Tweecer.

The only thing stock on my engine is probably the Brackets for the accessories.

The EEC Tuner allowed me to remap my MAF meter settings to match my engine, allowed me to change the fuel curve, again to match my engine, allowed me to cure the hot start issue with having larger injectors on the car, and allowed me to adjust the spark curve inconjuction with my boost. I can change the rev limiters, how much timing my car has, how much fuel it can have, how long injectors pulse, how to interpret the 02 Sensors (Especially if you have long tube headers), tell the computer I have no EGR, No Smog pump, etc. (You can do all these things with a tweecer also.)

I just dont like chips that you plug in and have no ability to adjust them.
Thanx a lot do they have a web site?
 

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found it thanx
 

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92lxstang said:
I am going to be getting an SCT Chip soon for mine.
why not a eec-tuner? it looks more cost effective
 

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TurboASR said:
why not a eec-tuner? it looks more cost effective
Because I know of a good SCT tuner. I don't want to be messing with tuning the car all the time. I want to get it tuned by a professional and not have to bother with it.
 

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Any shops in DFW area work with eec-tuner?
 
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