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SCT X4/ DLC Questions.

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Old 02-26-2015, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default SCT X4/ DLC Questions.

Hey guys, I just got my sct x4 a couple weeks ago. Also got a hurst billet short throw and a roush CAI. Plugged in my 91 tune and I love it, the difference was a lot more than I expected. I ran into a few problems though.. The biggest issue is when I get into my car with the tuner dlc cable plugged in I often hit it with my foot, also if I'm not careful when I let out of the clutch my shin hits it.
Is there a way to relocated the dlc? I've searched google and several forums but have found nothing.
Another question- Is there any DIY mounts for the tuner? I didn't order the windshield mount but I would like to figure something out to mount it up.

Also what do all the gauges on the tuner mean? Yeah I know the obvious, but what is load? What exactly does the spark measure? There's something about bank 1 and bank 2... There's probably a couple others I'm not thinking about right now, but I'm curious as to what they mean.
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Old 02-28-2015, 11:52 AM   #2
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Bank 1 and 2 refer to the cylinder heads. Spark or global sparks refers to timing throughout the entire rpm band. IMO don't change your tune parametors if you don't know what's going on.

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