Strategy recommendation for new project

For all other non specifically listed ECU tuning. This would include can-bus ecu's such as powerpc copperhead tricore and siemens ecus. As well as GM, Dodge or any aftermarket controller tuning etc...
Motozoic
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Joined: 2021 Feb 27, 14:58
Location: Tucson, AZ
Vehicle Information: '89 Ford Mustang LX 5.0L: A9L2/Tweecer RT
'79 Ford Bronco 400: A9L2/F3V2
'00 Merc Mountaineer 5.0L: READ0/QH currently
'66 Mustang 289: some EEC-V, not determined yet
'08 Buell XB12Ss: DDFI3/TunerPro RT
'09 Buell 1125CR: DDFI3/TunerPro RT

Strategy recommendation for new project

Unread post by Motozoic »

Friend has a '79 Ford Bronco that he races offroad, but also drives on the street. He has built a high output 351W stroked to 427 and has put an E4OD behind it. Any recommendations on an EEC that will control the E4OD, but also run EDIS8 or COP and mass air? Would need to be tunable using either Binary Editior or TunerPro and of course, the supporting strategy definition would need to be fairly complete. TIA
decipha
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Location: Metairie, LA
Vehicle Information: Work Truck
'19 F-150 3.3L

Re: Strategy recommendation for new project

Unread post by decipha »

OMAE2

All 2002-2003 lightning and harley ecus. You can probably get an 04 f-150 ecu MPC-204 and it should work too and easier/cheaper to find.
Motozoic
Posts: 29
Joined: 2021 Feb 27, 14:58
Location: Tucson, AZ
Vehicle Information: '89 Ford Mustang LX 5.0L: A9L2/Tweecer RT
'79 Ford Bronco 400: A9L2/F3V2
'00 Merc Mountaineer 5.0L: READ0/QH currently
'66 Mustang 289: some EEC-V, not determined yet
'08 Buell XB12Ss: DDFI3/TunerPro RT
'09 Buell 1125CR: DDFI3/TunerPro RT

Re: Strategy recommendation for new project

Unread post by Motozoic »

Thanks, Mike... will investigate that possibility!
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