TWEECER NEED?

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  1. deerhunter1947

    deerhunter1947 New Member

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    I'AM GOING WITH E STREET HEADS, TRICK FLOW INTAKE, 1,72 ROCKER . THE MOTOR IS STOCK. HOW MUCH GOOD IS THIS TWEECER THING? I MAY GO WITH A SUPERCHARGER LATER
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  2. 2002BLGT

    2002BLGT Well-Known Member

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    Tweecer RT is great , but Moates Quarterhorse is probably a little better
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  3. KDK1988GT

    KDK1988GT Founding Member

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    i do this

    I run a TwEECer but only to load my tunes..

    EEC Analyzer and Binary Editor to build/make/manage my tunes..

    http://www.eecanalyzer.net
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    Ronin38 Mustang Master

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    Why are you shouting? :shrug:
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    90stang5speed Member

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    I would also go with the TWEECER RT. If you plan on adding boost later, it will be great for tuning for timing, injector timing, injector size, load based timing retard, AFR adjustment and many other things.
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    I run the tweecer rt with eec and bin analyzer as well. The latest one is the moates quarter horse which seems to be a nicer option as you can change parameters on the fly without having to shut the car down and back on. Either way I reccomend going with eec and binary editor over the free cal edit/calcon program that comes with tweecer as its buggy and has almost no support.
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    VibrantRedGT "STANGNET'S PENGUIN SMACKER" Super Mod

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    The twEECer pays of itself. We used it to check out the 92GT we were buying, don't have to send the MAF to get recalibrated, we won't need any type of custom burned chip after mods. It's such a great tool.

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  8. KDK1988GT

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    Yeah making the changes on the fly with moates quarter horse would be nice, I might make the switch from the TwEECer to moates this winter.

    And yes Cal/Con Cal/Edit are buggy with not much support, but I do hear that a new version is in the works. If it ever comes out...

    I went and purchased eec and bin analyzer after having my problems with Cal/Con Cal/Edit... my tunes were never consistent
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  9. f8tlfiveo

    f8tlfiveo My wife likes my spool and blow-off valve.

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    I have a quarterhorse and it makes it really nice that you can make changes while the car is running and actually notice the changes as you make them.. IMHO I would go with qh because it's cheaper and there is basically a whole forum dedicated to the quarterhorse, and binary editor.. Eectuning.org..
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    thinking about getting the tweecer for my 94 speed density lighting, is it good for these trucks.
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