F*#K the government
Plus the fact that changing injectors means either changing the MAF or replacing something in the MAF.Big Mick said:Yeah, I'm yet to reach the next level and thus will only comment on my own experience.
The problem with the ChipTorque (and Tweecer for that matter) is that there are so few people in Aus who can do them (that is, have the ability to overwrite parameters in the EEC IV/V). Thus we are forced to aftermarket management systems such as Motech, Haltech, Wolf etc. etc, because these are a much more open platform and thus more tuning shops have access to them.
I know you read the forums based in the US and most of these guys that are running stangs from 10 to 12 sec 1/4 miles are using the Ford EEC IV or V as a base and using an aftermarket programmers to modify accordingly. We simply don't have that option widely available yet in Aus. Hopefully, with guys like XR9UTE, this wil change in the future.
Now if someone like ebxr8240 wants to change injectors etc, all he has to do is either he changes parameters or his tuner makes the changes and away he goes, no mucking around with airflow meters as well. (Plus the fact that no airflow meters means he never has to worry about getting bigger ones. :s6: )