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Standard ford ED engine management

I know I've seen in a magazine somewhere that people in the states and in Aus could retune standard ECU's to keep the standard idle functions etc and smartlock but alter the ignition and fuel maps - any info guys and girls? would be much appreciated.. I'm toying with the idea of welding up an exhaust manifold for a 4.0l I6 and playing around.. but want to use standard management as a rule.

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Are you thinking of Tweecer?
http://www.tweecer.com/

Dunno what it's like, but I think someone on here has used it or something similar.
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I think I may have been! cheers mate!
Blown ED XR6? I'd love to see your car if you've got a website or something mate :)
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No website yet because it's not entirely finished (getting a custom Gilmer Drive made now). Looks stock from the outside. Just the engine bay changed.

I'd post a photo but I don't have any recent clear ones. When I do I'll have a link in my sig probably.
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I'd post a photo but I don't have any recent clear ones. When I do I'll have a link in my sig probably.
How do you do that?! ive been looking through the forums for some info on how to do that, as well as colors and bold etc.. but cant find anything.

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Nice!
have you heard of the jackson racing supercharged falcon in perth doing 10.5's?
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How do you do that?! ive been looking through the forums for some info on how to do that, as well as colors and bold etc.. but cant find anything.

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It could hardly be easier. You can BOLD Italics or Underline from the standard reply box below this thread.

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Nice!
have you heard of the jackson racing supercharged falcon in perth doing 10.5's?
No but if you have details or a link I'd be interested.
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