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Old 05-21-2014, 01:42 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

Noob status here. (yes i searched for this but didnt find much)

Just finished putting together my car. FMII on a built motor. nothing special. didnt want to spend extra money on a hydra or haltech (seems dumb now) so i went with the AEM. the car starts-ish, i still have to adjust the timing a bit.

so besides the motor being fresh and needs breaking in, I also need to find a dyno in the northeast. I'm located in central mass, so if anyone has any experience with tuners in the area that know AEM, any help would be appreciated.

I'd like to get it scheduled soon so when the motor is broken in and all the kinks worked out i can get it tuned.

Also Leafy i expect a response from you...


TL/DR - i need a AEM tuner dyno guy near central mass (preferably)

-Sandro
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Old 05-21-2014, 11:03 PM   #2
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Lets make the car run on more than 2 cylinders before we take it to a dyno.

I still cant figure out the damn trigger settings for this weird modded CAS + 12+1 crank deal. The timing mark just moves all over the place.

Wiring is almost Concealer's car bad.
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The only wirering I did was for the gages and the pull down thing for the cas and crank sensor timing error thing. But yeah figuring out the timing and getting 4 cylinders working would be nice.
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