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EEC tuner
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#1
What do the EEC tuners do, how much are they, and where can I buy one. I read a little about them in a previous thread and some people were talking about getting one.

[This message has been edited by Jim Coher (edited 06-30-2001).]
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Dan E Offline
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#2
There is a devoted topic just for EEC tuners on the TurboFord message board:

http://www2.turboford.org/cgi-bin/tfubb/...tion=intro
Dan Eaves
88TC 5spd Vermillion Red, Polished...everything...
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TCx2 Offline
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#3
Jim,
He he he.. I was just thinking along those lines myself....
http://www.jmschip.com/



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Kevin
TCx2
88 White TC, 5spd, Loaded
88 Black TC, 5spd, Base
87 LtBlue TC, 5spd,Loaded
Kevin
TCx2
67 Green Ford Fairlane 428CJ 5spd
89 Fiji Blue Chrysler Conquest
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03 Ford Excursion(King of the SUVs)
04 Mustang Cobra - Screaming Yellow
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Glenn 88TC Offline
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#4
I was told that eec tuner costs $350. Then the catch, if you have an la3 or some other eec code that isn't covered in the base program then you must buy the pcm explorer software package that adds another $150 to the price tag. I got this info directly from Randy Schlitz, he created the eec tuner. I have to read up on this more, but it just seems like you burn your own chips. in my opinion this is just tricking the eec into using your set parameters. You can change anything you want as many times as you want but its still basically a chip that fools your eec.
I personally am going to use the sds system. it has the controller built in and completely replaces the eec. The eec tuner requires you to have a home or laptop cpu to adjust the settings. If you are at the track and don't have a laptop you can't adjust anything till you get home. The sds can be adjusted anytime because the controller doesn't have to be taken out of the car. The sds costs about twice as much but for my goals is worth it. I really like the eec tuner, I just have some issues with eec itself. it seems to have too many holes in it, but thats just my $.02.

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Glenn 88TC
current mods (247 RWHP with r.rear caliper hung up): ported & polished big valve head(1.89/1.59), ranger roller, gutted upper and ported lower intakes, t3/t4 turbo, MSD 6al, MSD Launch Control, K&N filter, Walboro 255 pump, full 3" exhaust with Dynomax Ultraflow muffler, Star stage III ceramic clutch, Tiny Avenger bleed valve

Mods in progress (have, just not on yet): atr header, 65mm throttle body, Kirban adj. fuel reg., 42lb. injectors, Taylor pro wires, 4.10 gears, G.N. intercooler
NO TC and NO headaches.
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Pete D Offline
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#5
See http://www.eec-tuner.com. Ask Randy and others questions at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tuner2.3


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88 TC X 2, 86 SVO, Main TC with K&N, 3"DP to 2.5"duals through Dynamax, Ric valve at 17+ and disconnected KS.
Elite Bodega 16" chrome wheels. Autometer pod w/ A/F and Vac/boost gauges. New engine shortly, ported head and
manifolds, polished and cc'd chambers, A-230 cam, Race Engineering Adj Cam Sprocket, Crowlers, ARP head studs, Walbro 190 pump and T-3 for starters. KB subs
and jack rails.
Pete Dunham


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methos Offline
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#6
is the sds system streetable?

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Jason Schaffer
88TC - 5speed, all options but leather and sunroof
Mods:
Esslinger Prepped head, AiResearch T-3, 3.73 gears, Schneider custom grind cam, chromed rims, dynomax on the duals, and last but not least... new interior
AIM - Shizniblit
Jason Schaffer
88TC - 5speed, all options but leather and sunroof
Mods: 3.73 Gears
Finally getting it back together.
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Glenn 88TC Offline
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#7
Quote:Originally posted by methos:
is the sds system streetable?


I have talked to a few people who run them and they all agree that it is very streetable. Any DFI system that is setup correctly should be streetable. Most of the dfi systems that aren't are because of the extent of mods done to the car. Brian Bitters has the TEC II system and his car is very streetable. He has dynoed over 355rwhp with his 88TC. His was the black 88 at Carlisle with all of the Esslinger stuff and huge turbo.

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Glenn 88TC
current mods (247 RWHP with r.rear caliper hung up): ported & polished big valve head(1.89/1.59), ranger roller, gutted upper and ported lower intakes, t3/t4 turbo, MSD 6al, MSD Launch Control, K&N filter, Walboro 255 pump, full 3" exhaust with Dynomax Ultraflow muffler, Star stage III ceramic clutch, Tiny Avenger bleed valve

Mods in progress (have, just not on yet): atr header, 65mm throttle body, Kirban adj. fuel reg., 42lb. injectors, Taylor pro wires, 4.10 gears, G.N. intercooler
NO TC and NO headaches.
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