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Old 12-31-2012, 04:54 PM
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Tune the EEC-IV with Tweecer

I am looking for someone who might know how to tune the MASS Air EEC-IV with the Tweecer-RT. I've got the truck ready to go but need to adjust the tune for the changes I made to the motor.

I know I can take it to a dyno place but I'd like to do what I can in my garage before that so I can learn by doing. I'll take it to the dyno for a final tune.

I did put a few posts on eectuning.org but I'm just not having good luck there. If there is another site you know about and think is decent, I'd like to look at it.

Thanks guys.
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Ryan, check on fullsizebronco.com. Guy goes by swat on there has a thread about tuning a go-fast S/C 351 F150. He lives in Littleton, really nice guy, seems always glad to help. Last time I looked at that thread there were several guys getting involved, giving advice on tuning. Good luck.
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I reached out to Swat by replying to one of the posts he put up about tuning with the Tweecer. He PM'ed me with some help
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Seems like he is a member here too. Really seems to like to help out, & was very active for years on fsb. He morphed a FS Bronco into a tube buggy then had back problems for a while & stripped the buggy, kept the best parts & sold the rest. As you could see, he built his truck into a go-fast rig using the motor & SC from the Bronco.
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