Time to get Pimpin"

Mstng93SSP

You have a nice rear end there Dave.
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Found some time today to get my wideband wiring harness done. I wired it into an old 02 pigtail and will plug it into the 02 harness. I also ran a separate wire for the power, ground and signal out of the harness which I will send in to my A/F gauge.

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Mustang5L5

A little massaging and it went right in
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That's how I planned to run my widebands as well. I bought a pair of O2 harness extensions off ebay and wired them in so I can install and plug into my OE harness just like you are doing
 
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Mstng93SSP

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No real issues other than it needs a tune badly and I still need to learn that aspect. My initial feeling is that this is an amazing product. I was just really happy when it fired up and ran. Yes my exhaust is quiet. Shorty headers, catted high flow h pipe and dynomax mufflers. Sounds better in person than on the video.

Chris
 

Mstng93SSP

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It runs well enough to drive. It actually runs fairly decent considering it is on the basic startup tune provided with the system. I have been in contact with Steve and we are going to connect up this weekend and he will do some remote tuning . I know this will get my car running better than ever and hopefully I get a decent grasp on what he teaches me.

Chris
 

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You'll get there, it's a really cool system.
I installed my PimpXS about 2yrs. ago with NO tuning experience , I'm no expert now but have a pretty good grasp on it.
Steve has also helped me out a bunch as well, haven't remote tuned with him but he's made adjustments and suggestions for me.
 
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Just talking with Steve on the phone I can tell he absolutely knows his stuff! I agree that this system is cool. My friend has a 66 Coupe with a foxbody drivetrain and he is now leaning towards this system after he saw how relatively easy the install went. I think my car actually firing up and running first try may have sold him on it..:rlaugh:
 

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Honestly, the auto tune on tunerstudios actually works well IMO.

Even so and even knowing what I do, I think I'd still pay to have a pro look it over. At least for any build that had decent cash into it.

It may just be my 'old school' approach and distrust of until-validated, automated systems. :shrug: The other portion of that of course, is human error (mechanical or otherwise).
 

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Even so and even knowing what I do, I think I'd still pay to have a pro look it over. At least for any build that had decent cash into it.

It may just be my 'old school' approach and distrust of until-validated, automated systems. :shrug: The other portion of that of course, is human error (mechanical or otherwise).
I can see your point, but you’d really have to screw some settings up to cause any real damage. There’s a good bit of capital tied up in my engine bay, more than some might feel comfortable with tuning.

At the end of the day it’s mainly air/fuel and timing That will cause damage to parts
 
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