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Who should tune my m112 3.8

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Tech' started by 20003.8stang, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. 20003.8stang

    20003.8stang Member

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    I'm getting close to needing to tune my m112 swaped 3.8 I have H beam rods, forged pistons 8.5:1, cam, and rockers.

    I was thinking about buying VMPs m112 tune for a running tune and sending them data logs to dial it in. The reason I'm thinking about going this route because there aren't really any reliable Dyno tuners in my area that will do Ford's.

    Would anyone suggest doing this?
     
  2. Phil II

    Phil II Cone Destroyer Staff Member

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    What is your area?

    You can tune it yourself to a point. There really isn't a great substitute for a load bearing dyno to optimize ignition advance.
     
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    If you can make it to Omaha NB there is a couple good speed shops out that way.

    I'm currently looking into this as well. I used to use Moates when I was tuning Hondas back in the day and still have my chip burner.

    But a lot has changed over the years.
     
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    definitely try and get a dyno tune from a local tuner. much better than any e-mail tune.
     
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    Efidynotuning.com

    Can get lost here for a while but loads of info

    Eectuning.org also has a bunch of info

    Moates.net has a lot of great products

    Eecanalyzer.net

    Msextra.com