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Old 07-30-2006, 11:07 PM
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Do they make a programmer/chip for '94 5.0 F150?

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Old 07-30-2006, 11:36 PM
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I use a TWEECER
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:01 AM
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Is that a computer program? I'm thinking I've heard of it before.
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it is a "piggy-back" tuning device.

Capable of tweaking and tuning any OBD-I Ford

I run one in my SHO Taurus, as well as my F-150.

The SHO has a bunch of bolt-ons, to the tune is pretty important. The F-150 is just running a stock tune with a few minor fuel enrichment adjustments.

Check it out at http://www.tweecer.com/

be aware though, it isnt just an install and go chip. You must know what you are doing. And a Wideband O2 sensor is a must, if you are intent on nailing down a tune.
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Old 07-31-2006, 03:41 AM
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Thanks, I'll check it out. I'm kind of new to the 5.0 and was curious what kind of mods it responds well to.
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custom tuning will get you the best performance and the most hp & torque gains * check it out

Superchips Custom Tuning 4-bank (Single Program Chip) for 1987-2004 FoMoCo Vehicles


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Hi Mr Logger,

Welcome to F-150 Online.

While the Tweecer does indeed have some benefits for those who are actually capable of doing their own tuning, that is not something you can just bolt on to your vehicle and go - in other words, it's not the type of device you are looking for.

We *do* provide a chip for your vehicle - because it is a 194, you cannot use any type of hand-held tuner, as it is the older OBD-I type of vehicle and thus has no OBD-I port - so you will need to use a "traditional" type of performance chip. That is not a problem, and it will delvier the same performance tuning, it's jsut the type of decide you must use and connect to your EEC-IV computer's J3 port.

For more details, jsut give us a call at our nubmer lsited below & we'll be happy to help.
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