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    #16
    you have an OBD-II port... SCT will work with damn near any OBD-II, especially sport/muscle cars.

    Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former. -- Albert Einstein
    rides: 93 Crown Vic LX (The Red Velvet Cake), 2000 Crown Vic base model (Sandy), 2003 Expedition (the vacation beast)
    Originally posted by gadget73
    ... and it should all work like magic and unicorns and stuff.
    Originally posted by dmccaig
    Overhead, some poor bastards are flying in airplanes.

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      #17
      Any other takers?
      John, I'm still good for our deal from last year, if you want. Because I'm still curious about that swap...


      -ryan s.
      08 Lincoln Navigator L - 233k
      03 Mercury Marauder- 63k
      97 Ford Crown Victoria HPP "Tank of Justice III" (TOJ3) - 194k -->578.9 miles on ONE tank of gas<--
      94 BMW 325i Convertible - 135k
      73 VW Super Beetle "Bunky" <----- Wifey's
      12 Mini Cooper S - 90k <---- Wifey's
      Originally posted by pantera77
      Well my buddy tells him he knows exactly who loves buying shitboxes.

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        #18
        Here's an updated list:

        - SVT98t
        - 86VickyLX
        - pantera77
        - mrmarquis
        - brown_muscle
        - dmccraig
        - porschpow

        3 pulls for $60.
        Custom tuning starts at $120


        -ryan s.
        08 Lincoln Navigator L - 233k
        03 Mercury Marauder- 63k
        97 Ford Crown Victoria HPP "Tank of Justice III" (TOJ3) - 194k -->578.9 miles on ONE tank of gas<--
        94 BMW 325i Convertible - 135k
        73 VW Super Beetle "Bunky" <----- Wifey's
        12 Mini Cooper S - 90k <---- Wifey's
        Originally posted by pantera77
        Well my buddy tells him he knows exactly who loves buying shitboxes.

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          #19
          This still happening?
          2020 F250 - 7.3 4x4 CCSB STX 3.55's - BAKFlip MX4
          2005 Grand Marquis GS - Marauder sway bars, Marauder exhaust, KYB's
          2003 Marauder - Trilogy # 8, JLT, kooks, 2.5" exhaust, 4.10's/31 spline, widened rear's, metco's, addco's, ridetech's 415hp/381tq
          1987 Colony Park - 03+ frame swap, blown Gen II Coyote, 6R80, ridetechs, stainless works, absolute money pit. WIP

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            #20
            Depends which car I bring, still open participation?
            03 Marauder DBP, HS, 6disk, Organizer Mods> LED's in & Out, M&Z rear control arms, Oil deflector, U-Haul Trans Pan, Blue Fuzzy Dice
            02 SL500 Silver Arrow
            08 TC Signature Limited, HID's Mods>235/55-17 Z rated Cooper Zeon RS3-A, Addco 1" rear Sway, Posi, Compustar Remote Start, floor liners, trunk organizer, Two part Sun Visors, B&M Trans drain Plug, Winter=05 Mustang GT rims, Nokian Hakkapeliitta R-2 235/55-17
            08 Escape Limited V6 Auto, Beamtech LED headlight bulbs,

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              #21
              I couldn't pull check engine codes or anything from my obd-I port up on the DS inner fender on my '91, he must not have connected all that up when the mustang computer went in.

              Do you have to have an intact/working diagnostic plug in, or do they jumper wire pins on the computer/elsewhere to get the DYNO RUN info? Sorry for the stupid question, never seen/had one done.
              ,
              Slicktop '91 GS HO 4.30 rear. '82 Mark VI Tudor HO, '90 F-150 XLT, '62 project Heep, '89 Arizona Waggin' and '88 donor in PA, getting combined.

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                #22
                the dyno itself senses what your car does to it. As long as it runs, they can give you numbers.

                Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former. -- Albert Einstein
                rides: 93 Crown Vic LX (The Red Velvet Cake), 2000 Crown Vic base model (Sandy), 2003 Expedition (the vacation beast)
                Originally posted by gadget73
                ... and it should all work like magic and unicorns and stuff.
                Originally posted by dmccaig
                Overhead, some poor bastards are flying in airplanes.

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                  #23
                  They do pipe all the exhaust out of the shop too, right, mine runs so rich an no cats, I don't want to suffocate us all!

                  I'm probably in for Dyno-day as well then! I'm a bit hesitant for the track. Wait. How fast does the car get run up to on the dyno? The reason I'm hesitant to do 1/4 mile is I lost a rear transmission seal after getting car painted. I ran it up to 70-73 on the way home on the freeway, and either the driveshaft needs balanced or rear end needs attention because it gets NOISY above 62-63mph.

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                  Slicktop '91 GS HO 4.30 rear. '82 Mark VI Tudor HO, '90 F-150 XLT, '62 project Heep, '89 Arizona Waggin' and '88 donor in PA, getting combined.

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                    #24
                    So as the day approaches, what time are we supposed to be there Saturday?


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                      #25
                      I would be in for the dyno. What time is it going to be

                      For tuning, ya'll need obd II right?
                      "To Find yourself, you must first lose yourself"

                      -1973 Volkswagen Bus Westy
                      -1986 Honda Magna 700cc
                      -1989 Lincoln Town car Signature Series
                      -2011 Subaru Outback

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