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using Tweecer, hard?

Old 04-20-2006, 02:07 PM
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Thinking about getting Tweecer program so I can
re-tune computer myself.

How hard is it to use?

I understand you can go into EEC tell it you have
bigger mass air meter
bigger injectors
read CEL codes
adjust emmissions

is this right?

let me hear your thoughts and what all this
program lets you do.
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Old 04-20-2006, 04:32 PM
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anyone?
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Old 04-20-2006, 04:33 PM
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no clue. some people say you need to learn how it works.
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Old 04-20-2006, 05:15 PM
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just think its a neat product.

like having 4 different chips you can switch to on the fly, and self tune if you want too.
have street setting
drag setting
different boost setting
93 octane setting
100 octane setting.
all kinds of ideas.

i found a guy here in Houston that sells and tunes with em.
will just go thru him.
www.v8mustang.com. they're only about 30mins away


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no clue. some people say you need to learn how it works.
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Old 04-20-2006, 05:43 PM
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yep it is kool. but when i go twins with my car im going to go with the FAST fmu. can anyone give some imput on this product??????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????
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Old 04-20-2006, 05:46 PM
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How hard is it to use?

I understand you can go into EEC tell it you have
bigger mass air meter
bigger injectors
read CEL codes
adjust emmissions

is this right?

let me hear your thoughts and what all this
program lets you do.
Not hard, but you need to understand and know system scalars and strategy used.......

It's not a "I have this installed, adjust yourself to the new parameters" type of system...it's a "when you get this value here, adjust timing, fuel pulse width, etc...to these values this way" type of system.....it requires some involvement from the user/programmer/tuner. Benefit is that you can control and manipulate all the system, but YOU have to make sure it's done right.

Hope this explains it a little bit better.
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Old 04-20-2006, 05:48 PM
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ORIGINAL: r.barn

Thinking about getting Tweecer program so I can
re-tune computer myself.

How hard is it to use?

I understand you can go into EEC tell it you have
bigger mass air meter
bigger injectors
read CEL codes
adjust emmissions

is this right?

let me hear your thoughts and what all this
program lets you do.
I'm right there with ya. I really want to know about how hard it is to use it because I'm afraid I might F*ck something up if it's too hard to tune yourself. I really don't know too much about tuning so I would need a complete tutorial on how to tune and what is the right settings, etc.
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