you'd be surprised with what fuel tuning could do... find the optimum a/f ratio... make the legend run less rich...^ i second that motion..but i do think more power = less mpg. with the gas prices nowadays im in for more mpg
Damn, that's pretty good. Me and Telion have been looking at dynoing our cars with different chips up here in Utah. We could only find 1 shop and it was booked until July.that price isnt bad...but yea, you'll probably get three runs right in a row. My local dyno offers similar prices...but for $65, you can get it "tuned" and they squeeze in as many runs as possible. When I did my SAFCII, he must have done 10-15 dyno runs while he was tweaking it.
cool Vic, I'd be all over helping out. this dyno shop is AWESOME...they do custom chips for LS1 or whatever and work mostly on Mustangs, hot rods, etc...but they're way cool and helpful. They also did most of my exhaust and I highly recommend them for anything. They'll probably put my cams in tooDamn, that's pretty good. Me and Telion have been looking at dynoing our cars with different chips up here in Utah. We could only find 1 shop and it was booked until July.
Maybe he should send you some chips to try at your shop so we could get some good numbers and not just some rush job.
I have a 6 speed. And honestly, I have no clue which chip works on which models. Maybe the performance experts can chime in.Hey Mellow.
Is the ECU different for Auto and MT? Or is it a seperate module for that?..
Because I have in my car (TypeII Auto NONTCS):
1 (Bayou StageII Ecu) that I picked up long ago in my car right now. I still have my stock one, so I can swap that back in and lend you my Bayou one for those Dyno runs. Let me know.
It would be interesting to see in the same car.
Stock vs Bayou vs SR5GUY vs Telion.
In my opinion anyways