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Old 11-13-2013, 03:57 PM
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Lead Head , I have found this computer please verify that this will work .

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sorry I havent had a chance to get into barn where my pcm's are at. I'll post the part numbers soon as I do.
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Fuel Injection Technical Library » EEC Program Codes
that pcm comes up as 94-95 302 with MAF and E4OD, probably a 60 pin
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FEZ3 pcm for MAF california 460 EFI...


That is WAY less money than I paid for mine
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Yes, that is the correct one. A little pricey though.
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Yes, that is the correct one. A little pricey though.
Agreed -- they are all over priced... Lead head do think it would be cheaper / easier for him to use a mustang A9L or similar .. Since he's running a C6. ?
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arod is not using a C6, he has an E4OD.
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not trying to hijack, but which one to use for C6?
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What's a good price for these ?
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arod is not using a C6, he has an E4OD.
Oooh sorry- replied to wrong thread - had them backwards
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Leadhead thanks for input... still trying to find and ecm... I read you had used a moates quarter horse for tunning and data logging.. how did that work out for you? I am still very nervous about picking the right ecm I am definitely gonna use one of your recommend brains . But are any better then the other one ? I can not get a hold of rjm for the harness , is it very difficult to make my own harness . Do you happen to have the pictures of your completed maf conversion
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Of all the computers I listed, one is not better than the other. The QuarterHorse worked out pretty good, but isn't really necessary if you plan on having another shop tune it for you.

The harness isn't too difficult to make, but you having experience with wiring, and the ability to read and follow wiring diagrams and schematics is greatly recommended.
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