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« on: May 15, 2014, 05:54:49 pm »

Can anyone explain the benefits, if any, that I would get from switching from my Cobra EEC to an A9L?  I can update my tune if I do switch, so I wouldn't lose the few changes I've made.

Just don't know why one is better than the other, but a lot of people use the A9L.

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« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2014, 06:36:48 pm »

There really isn't any benefit. Both are GUFB strategies.  You can turn your ecm into a A9L with the QH.
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« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2014, 07:28:59 pm »

Ah, good to know.  Thanks Joe.
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I'm Rob.  Working on my '93 Reef Blue coupe.  Stock internal 302, 80 MAF, 75 TB, Victor 5.0, High Ports, 30# inj., B303, 1.6s, Tremec TKO 3550, Quicktime bell, Fidanza Al flywheel, stage 3 ceramic clutch, & 4.10s.  12.68 @ 111.69
'66 F100 shortbed, 352ci, 3 on the tree - on hold
'65 Coupe rolling chassis - on hold
Parts I'm selling: 
Hardened Push Rods - Trick Flow 6.2" .080 - $60
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« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2014, 08:37:39 am »

The tm40 has a faster processor. You can find these in the 94 95 mustangs. You will need that strategy and have to re pin a few wires. I see no big deal in doing this. Go to efidynotuning and read up. Dechipa owns that site and is a wealth of info.
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« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2014, 09:13:13 am »

The tm40 has a faster processor. You can find these in the 94 95 mustangs. You will need that strategy and have to re pin a few wires. I see no big deal in doing this. Go to efidynotuning and read up. Dechipa owns that site and is a wealth of info.

Thanks, I wasn't aware that was possible. 

Checked that site out.  Looks pretty slow over there.
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I'm Rob.  Working on my '93 Reef Blue coupe.  Stock internal 302, 80 MAF, 75 TB, Victor 5.0, High Ports, 30# inj., B303, 1.6s, Tremec TKO 3550, Quicktime bell, Fidanza Al flywheel, stage 3 ceramic clutch, & 4.10s.  12.68 @ 111.69
'66 F100 shortbed, 352ci, 3 on the tree - on hold
'65 Coupe rolling chassis - on hold
Parts I'm selling: 
Hardened Push Rods - Trick Flow 6.2" .080 - $60
Misc. Fox Body Interior Pieces
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« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2014, 01:15:24 pm »

I'd recommend staying with GUBx until you get comfortable with tuning.  The def is laid out in very nice logical order.
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« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2014, 01:55:31 pm »

I'd recommend staying with GUBx until you get comfortable with tuning.  The def is laid out in very nice logical order.

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I'm Rob.  Working on my '93 Reef Blue coupe.  Stock internal 302, 80 MAF, 75 TB, Victor 5.0, High Ports, 30# inj., B303, 1.6s, Tremec TKO 3550, Quicktime bell, Fidanza Al flywheel, stage 3 ceramic clutch, & 4.10s.  12.68 @ 111.69
'66 F100 shortbed, 352ci, 3 on the tree - on hold
'65 Coupe rolling chassis - on hold
Parts I'm selling: 
Hardened Push Rods - Trick Flow 6.2" .080 - $60
Misc. Fox Body Interior Pieces
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