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Old 07-23-2007, 10:22 AM   #11
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We got 45 hp and 45 tq out of a 5.4 in a 2006 Expedition.
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Thats great, I'm usually pretty easy on mine. I'll be glad to have the towing tune in a couple weeks when i have to pull my show truck to oklahoma.
Where did you order from? Reason I ask is because if you went with Troyer then it's going to be more than a couple of weeks. More like a couple months.
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Old 07-23-2007, 03:11 PM   #13
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I ordered through jusnes modified. I used them for stuff when i had my other ranger. Come to find out they do alot of f150 stuff too. The company is bamachips tho. They said up to 3 weeks but im hoping for less
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Bamachips seems to make a good product too, but they are kinda under the radar with Troyer basically taking over the tuning industry for F150's.
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The older OBD2 EECs dont have some user end adjustability built into the handheld and dont have tire and gear specs available in Xtreme Tune....also the '01 EEC is competely different than the Silver Oak processor in the 04+ trucks.
Since this was posted it bothered me. I asked my tuner about it as we were tuning a 97. We looked at it and the 97 Had just as much end user tuning as mine did. He told me that all OBD2 Fords have that with the Xcal2. On the Diesels we cant change the speedometer because it is run through the ABS but on the gas trucks we can...
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Since this was posted it bothered me. I asked my tuner about it as we were tuning a 97. We looked at it and the 97 Had just as much end user tuning as mine did. He told me that all OBD2 Fords have that with the Xcal2. On the Diesels we cant change the speedometer because it is run through the ABS but on the gas trucks we can...
i have no user end adjustability on my car and SCT has even said that they do not support some older vehicles. The EEC in a '97 and the newer processors are quite different.
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I just wanted it clear that they can use them on trucks older than 04 for end user adjustability. If it has OBD2 the Xcal2 tuner has the end user adjustability. The Xcal 1's didn't.
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I just wanted it clear that they can use them on trucks older than 04 for end user adjustability. If it has OBD2 the Xcal2 tuner has the end user adjustability. The Xcal 1's didn't.
they can, but earlier OBD2 support is quite limited. The user end adjustability in Xtreme Tune is way more comprehensive.
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