1995 GT Tuning

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  1. Jmellone7

    Jmellone7 New Member

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    Is there any programmers I can by to tune my stang? I havent found any OBD tuners, there has to be something out there? I have the SCT chip but I dont want to keep taking it out and sending it back to get another tune.. Please help!
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    BlownFiveLiter have car, will race....wait, it doesn't run

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    Hey I appreciate the response, if I do go with the TwEECer or QuarterHorse, what all do I need? How do I get the tunes from my computer (Which happens to be a MAC) to the car? I apologize im new with this whole tuning ordeal if you could just bare with me and help me out that would be great, thanks!
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    Binary Editor 2010 is the software you need to use the Quarterhorse , if you are unfamiliar with tuning you can get in over your head in a hurry , you may want to just go to the SCT site and find the nearest dealer for a reburn of your current chip

    But if you still want to do the tuning yourself , EEC Analyzer go there and contact Clint and see if the Binary Editor 2010 is compatible with the MAC , Im not sure if it is or not , the tunes are transferred with a mini usb cable , the QH has the programming device built into the chip basically where as your current SCT chip requires a separate burner its called to load the tune to it , and the QH can be updated without even turning the ignition off ......

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