"IsellJeeps" <email@example.com> wrote
> I do know about the mod motors as well :) In fact If you are MR KNOW IT
> on mod motors I need a little help!
I never claimed to be MR KNOW IT ALL, Just MR KNOWS MORE THAN YOU. :)
> My friend added twin turbos to an 05
> saleen. no internal motorwork done aftermarket....after 10 minutes of
> driving it goes into fail safe... he has burned nearly 20 chips... then
> changed the mass air & nothing ..it still fail safes... it is quick but
> only about 70% due to the failsafe... do you have any answers on how to
> manipulate the cpu?
I've seen your previous posts about this issue. I don't own any vehicles
that has a 'puter and I don't have forced induction on any of them, though
I've owned a few turbo Saab 900's. I don't know your friends problem or I
I've only owned one vehicle with a 4.6 in it and that was a Cougar XR-7 and
it was NA. All I CAN say is I'd talk to the company that created the kit.
They should have heard by now if there was an issue with the EEC and their
kit. They should either support their kit or stop making it. If your friend
doesn't get it figured out, I'd just return the kit and demand repayment,
especially if the kitmaker can't figure it out.
Personally I'd run a Lysholm-style twin screw SC instead of Turbo since
they've been done numerous times (including the factory) on the mod motors
and with proven reliability.
'66 HCS Mustang 289
'68 Ranchero 500 302
'69 Mustang Sportsroof 351W