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PIMP Engine management
FastN'Fried Offline
Senior Member
#1
Well I've read nothing but good things and I'm dying to get that VAM out of the equation.

From what I assume this is 100% plug and play. Attach the PIMP to the factory harness and plug in a vac line and I should be driving right? Is the wideband need to get this going? I have a wideband and gauge but no bung in the downpipe yet.

Just placed my oreder Big Grin
1988 Canyon Red Turbo Coupe
Carrillo pistons +.030, ARP hardware, 3in exhaust, and a magnaflow
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FastN'Fried Offline
Senior Member
#2
I don't seem to have a timing cover with the timing marks on it... any other way to set 10* BTDC?
1988 Canyon Red Turbo Coupe
Carrillo pistons +.030, ARP hardware, 3in exhaust, and a magnaflow
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Dan S Offline
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#3
There's a little more to it than plug it in and go for a drive. There are instructions that must be followed "exactly"! You must read the instructions "first" and then read and "comprehend" while installing. Once you get it installed, you may be able to start and idle, but many adjustments must be made before you hit the road at full throttle. The "tune while you drive", will work as advertised, but you must get the VE table close, before you go for the first "tame" drive.

It's a GREAT unit, but you must follow the instructions or you will not be satisfied. When you arrive at the point of a "decent tune", you will be amazed at the difference.

I can't stress enough, you have to :read: over and over, to get it right.
Dan S
Custom 88 TC, Mandarin Copper Pearl Metallic
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1972 Ford F-100 SWB Styleside
2015 Lincoln MKC 2.3 EcoBoost AWD
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Dan S Offline
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#4
Contact;

MC Machine
26016 S. 201st Place
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
www.mc-machine.com

for a replacement timing mark to be used without a timing belt cover.
Dan S
Custom 88 TC, Mandarin Copper Pearl Metallic
http://natomessageboard.com/ubbthreads.p...5#comments
1972 Ford F-100 SWB Styleside
2015 Lincoln MKC 2.3 EcoBoost AWD
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Not B Anymore Offline
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#5
MC Machine's Timing Pointer:
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Brian Leavitt
'86 TC 5-Speed -- MS2x w/COP | 83 lb. injectors | T3/T4 50 Trim Stage 3 .63AR | Full 3" Exhaust - No Cat | Motorsport FMIC | Ranger Roller | Ported E6 | Walbro 255HP | Kirban | 20psi | 120-amp 3G | 8.8" 3.55 rear | '03 Cobra Wheels
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FastN'Fried Offline
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#6
Awesome thanks guys. I'm going to try my luck with a trigger & wheel swap out of a ranger this weekend.

I read the instructions over last night. MUCH better than SCT. I've only had tuning experience with them and it was a very bumpy road.

Has anyone ever heard of this swap before? I've read you can get away without drilling or tapping any holes. I have a set of CoPs from my Zx2 I'd like to make work, not sure how they will like the heat though.

From what I understand, I will need a trigger wheel, CPS, CamPS (to fill the distributor spot and drive the oil pump, wiring, EDIS, and I'm going to grab the coil pack while I'm there if the CoPs do start giving me trouble.

It's also my understanding that the EDIS module will send the required signals to the factory PCM? I had planned on testing the signal from the CPS but getting it to run and verify before the MS install would be ideal.
1988 Canyon Red Turbo Coupe
Carrillo pistons +.030, ARP hardware, 3in exhaust, and a magnaflow
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FastN'Fried Offline
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#7
Just came across this:

http://www.rothfam.com/svo/reference/DIS.htm

If I get it running I'll make a how to with pics!
1988 Canyon Red Turbo Coupe
Carrillo pistons +.030, ARP hardware, 3in exhaust, and a magnaflow
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