Re: time for more lift
check out the link that i posted earlier, you should be able to find out some more info from pete as i'm still new to playing with the twEECer, but i'm having a lot of fun doing it aswell
a couple of other points to mention
* the eec still keeps it's std settings, the modified settings are stored on the twEECer, there fore you still maintain a safety net.
* you have 4 modifyable settings and 1 stock setting
* the only differance between twEECer and twEECer rt is that with rt you can data log thus making it quicker to tune but with both of them you still have to edit them the same way
* you can enter closed loop and disable it if you so wish
* you can also turn the adaptive learning off, therefore if you have a good solid tune that you wann keep set, ie dyno shootout tune ect...
so the tune in which you have made wont be modufied by the eec
* if you have change you're injectors or maf you can put the new transfer rates in, giving you easier access to alter the a/f ratio, better fuel economy, and more pwr
* the unit conceals away into the left hand kick panel and no holes or modifications have to be done to fit, just plugs into the j3 service port on the bottom of the eec, then all that is left to do is play
hope this answers some of your questions.