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post #41 of 73 (permalink) Old 06-03-04, 03:38 AM
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Re: time for more lift

Never heard of EXED either, punched it into google and got
http://www.xede.com.au
Made by chiptorque, their web site is basic but from what I read on there it is for WRX and EVO and a BA Falcon unit in production.

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yeah im interested in these XeDe things aswell
anyone know much about them?
For BA XR6 Turbo only at this stage as far as I'm aware.
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i've got an EBII XR8 in whhich i have done quite serious mods to and i'm using the twEECer. I have nothng but absolute praise for it as i can tune it to how i want and if i have any probs i can go and alter the settings myself, ie detonation ect....

there is alot of support for the twEECer and there is even a couple of forums set up especially for tunnig of the twEECer, if you have any problems there is a lot of support in these forums for you to be able to sought out you'r probs.

the car now since i have fitted twEECer is now a lot more drivable than what it was previously and a lot more pwr over the std eeciv.

for more info on twEECer go to www.icenet.com.au/~pie
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I wouldn't mind trying a twEECer for my EECIV.
Might look for a used one at a later date.It will have to go on the back burner for now.
Do you know if they are compatible with the EECV?

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eb2flyz, what sort of mods have you done and did you get any before and after tweecer dyno readings?
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ali heads, comp cam, trickflow manifold, 30lb injectors, 75mm tb, 76mm maf

gained over 40 hp so far and still twEECing it but just for drivability now, gaining alot of ground, without the frustrations of coming up with cash for someone else to do it, and the amount of time the car spends on the dyno to get these settings. the problem withh dyno testing is that you cant see how it reacts on the street and if you use somethnig like unichip or similar, you could produce great pwr but yoy cant change the settings if you take it home and find that it bucks under 2000 or has a surge... all the dyno testing i did was to get the a/f ratio's set apart from that i have gained more form being able to make the car more drivable.
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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.
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sounds like it would be very easy to remove without a trace if neccessary for insurance purposes then

oh and on the XeDE theres a few guys on here with BA XR8's who are running them

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So whats a twEECer cost to set up, including the initial dyno time to to get the o2 sensor parameters.
Just want to know how comparable to the cost of say a Chiptorque chip including installation they are.
And does anyone know if unichips/chiptorque chips off other cars (ahem hoden ahem) will fit an e-series 5.0l?

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for more info on twEECer go to www.icenet.com.au/~pie
Is Pete the bloke you got yours from?He is a wealth of knowledge on this stuff.
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