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"Gentleman Joe"
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« Reply #15 on: April 11, 2014, 07:17:22 pm »

mine probably makes 630-640 and other than being loud and shaking the ground it has really good manners

yes I was wondering if the QH could run off the data from the WB(my pms cant)

No it cant do that. But EEC Analyzer will let you make changes based of the wideband readings. Mass Air transfer curve calculations is one example.

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347- Canfield 195's, Holley Systemax II, Jones Cam, 3" Exhaust, 3" Spintechs, QuarterHorse, BE/EA

Well since you friggin disagree with every damn suggestion, just rebuild the piece of shit.
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« Reply #16 on: April 12, 2014, 12:13:09 am »

You can run with one 02 sensor if you can't find the connector.  The tuner can set the tune to just one.  But it needs to be the passenger side.  You can only disable the left one (driver's side)

85GT, Dart Windsor Jr, Crane 2030 equiv. Performer 5.0, 75mm TB, 88mm Slot, 34lbs injectors, 1 5/8" shorties, 5spd converted to 4R70W with Baumann controller, 3.25 9"
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