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Old 04-01-2010, 09:53 PM   #41
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Whats the code ? Do you have a flasher where you could datalog for me ?

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I forgot the exact code but it said, system running too lean bank 1. I just have an obd2.

I can get you the exact "P" code Saturday.
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A few questions Tom. Do you tune ZX2s? I have a PMAS HPX slot style maf (along with the transfer function), are you familiar with that maf? I have an Xcal 3 & Innovate LC-1 already, so I'm guessing I would just pay the $550 then? And also, after I get everything installed, about how long would the tuning process take? Thanks.
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I forgot to ask what octain will i have to run with the tune from you?
You tell me what you want and I send you a tune for that Octane unlike other Focus Tuners I dont change to make a 87 tune 93 tune both

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A few questions Tom. Do you tune ZX2s? I have a PMAS HPX slot style maf (along with the transfer function), are you familiar with that maf? I have an Xcal 3 & Innovate LC-1 already, so I'm guessing I would just pay the $550 then? And also, after I get everything installed, about how long would the tuning process take? Thanks.
Yes I do ZX2 as well , I charge the same 550.00 and yes I know what the slot style MAF is.

Is this blowthrough or suck through ? What size is it ?

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Hey Tom,
I'm doing an mtx swap on a 01 zetec car. What kinda results are you having shutting off the ATX functions in conjunction with a tune? I'm talkin' about the hanging idle, etc?
Has it worked out pretty good?
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To be honest I have not tried that one yet , Willing to give it a try and if it does not work you wont have to pay

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Yes I do ZX2 as well , I charge the same 550.00 and yes I know what the slot style MAF is.

Is this blowthrough or suck through ? What size is it ?

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It will be a blow thru MAF setup. My charge piping is 2.5" and I was wondering, would be better to weld the maf flange onto the 2.5" charge piping or could I use a 3" housing?
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Your past needing a tune ,If nothing else you will have a safer engine. HP gains very from Foci to Foci so I dont post gain # or a general dyno , Knowing no 2 Foci respond the same posting a dyno of a Foci with GOOD gains to entice you into a tune then not make those gains wouldnt be fair to you or anyone , Not the type of things Focus-Power does

I can rais or lower you idle to what ever you want , we can try a few Diff ones to see what works best FREE , Others would charge for this being you have mounts


The xcal3 is 399.00 and 20.00 for shipping , you can send check or MO or use paypal add 3%

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The user can change the neutral idle speed using the Xcal. It goes the same for changing a the tire size and etc. I have the upgraded rear mount and I just increased my idle speed from 700 to 850.
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;3223234]The user can change the neutral idle speed using the Xcal. It goes the same for changing a the tire size and etc. I have the upgraded rear mount and I just increased my idle speed from 700 to 850.
Keep in mind a lot of places if you take your car in for a Dyno tune dont want people messing with adjustability so they dont offer end used adjustability and he wouldnt be able to make those changes him self

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It will be a blow thru MAF setup. My charge piping is 2.5" and I was wondering, would be better to weld the maf flange onto the 2.5" charge piping or could I use a 3" housing?
You can weld a slot type flange and use the slot MAF right in the piping or you can get a 3 inch MAF tube and use the stock MAF in the 3 inch tube or the slot in the 3 inch tube

There are 3 inch slot tubes out there because I just sent out 2 shipments of 450 of them to 2 places , I am not allowed to say who they went to but you can buy them if you look around

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