Discussion in 'Fox 5.0 Mustang Tech' started by NKau, Dec 8, 2007.
Besides datalogging capabillity, are there any difference between tweecer and tweecer r/t? Thanks.
Nope, "real time" datalogging is the only advantage of the RT. But don't let the "only" fool you. Without the real time datalogging, the only thing you will be able to do is set parameters but you won't get to see the results. I have the RT and I can't imagine doing anything without having that ability. I have my basic tunes loaded, but when I go to the track, I use the datalog feature to monitor exactly what my car is doing. With the WB o2 sensor, you can watch your AF ratio at any given point. With the RT you can see just about anything you want to see.
If you really want to take advantage of the Tweecer, get the RT and invest in a WB o2, which can be connected through the Tweecer in various ways.
Cool. I'll keep saving my pennies for the R/T then.
Yeah, definately save for the RT. The base Tweecer is almost useless since you don't have a good way to verify what you did helped. The datalogging capability makes it really nice. Plus there is different software available to help analyze the datalogs so you can see where to focus your efforts. It takes some time to get used to but the Tweecer RT was definately the best mod I got for getting my engine to run nicely.
How much is the base TwEECer and the TwEECer R/T?
Also, what type of requirements are needed on a Laptop to run the TwEECer R/T software?
The laptop/pc requirements can be found here...
You don't need much though...
Base tweecer is $380
The RT is $550
If you are just looking for the base model, then look into the moates gear as an alternative to the base tweecer...
Moates may be cheaper?