Fascinating product plans. One question: how updatable will the programming be? That is, will the "smarts" be on an upgradable EPROM or similar mechanism such that as experience accumulates, that experience can be incorporated into "profiles" that optimize various use cases (street, street/strip, strip, pulling [LD or SD])?
Did you read from the beginning, or even a page back???
Thread started in 2010 and boport hasn't been available to answer any questions for a very long time.
It's doubtful you'll get a reply. Sorry
As far as your question/statement, there are a lot of options for your tuning needs. Quarter horse and tweecer, and even an sct chip via Dyno shops. That's only a few that utilize oem ecu. If you had a manual trans, you can retrofit a mustang sefi ecu and mass air, and be opened up to many more options.
I agree, that's one of the reasons I went the way I did. Any aftermarket system, immediately got very expensive and all available at the time and still pretty much required a second computer to control the E4OD.
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Nope. Never made it to a complete kit. But the theory and all the work has been done and documented so that you can duplicate it. All you need to do is find a good tuner or get the software to tune yourself. Fast efi is pretty good, but won't work if you have the e4od trans. There's lots you can do with the stock efi. No need for aftermarket fuel injection.
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