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I am interested to hear the general consensus on them as well. I have read so many conflicting reports on them, to some people they suck and others they made a huge difference.
I actually have one ready for install once it warms up some here and I am crossing my fingers it helps my combo out.
1993 Mustang GT - 51,000 miles - GT40 intake, TFS 185cc heads, B303, 3.73, 190 lph pump, 30 lb injectors, Stormin' Norman hood with functional ram air, pullies, 70mm TB, 76mm mass air, 1 5/8" full length headers, off road h-pipe, flowmasters, lowered 1 1/2", 17" Chrome cobra wheels, UPR rear suspension, drag radials..........
Anyboby have an experience with the Bama 4-Bank Eliminator Chip in a SN-95?
The SCT Eliminator Chips work great for '94-'95 Mustang's that cant use an OBDII SCT handheld tuner. The '94-'95 Mustangs are able to be tuned just as well as the Foxbody Mustangs are, with the SCT chip.
You'll certainly notice a difference in power/torque and overall throttle response with a Bama tune. Depending on how heavily your Mustang is modded, there's even more to gain from a custom tune!
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