This article provides a full overview of options and procedures for Ford-based tuning solutions. Everything is discussed, including year/model coverage, hardware compatibility, software licensing, cost breakdown, and tuning strategies. Read through this evolving article if you’re interested in Ford EEC tuning.
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Binary Editor 2010 In order to issue you a license for Binary Editor, you must first download and install the software. ( http://www.eecanalyzer.net ) Once you have downloaded and installed the software, go to the “Register” menu at the top of the screen and select “Register Binary Editor” Next, you will be presented with a […]
(eventually this page will have more information) Basics When we talk about “OBD1” GM vehicles, we mean vehicles made from (approximately) 1986 to 1995. These cars used several different types of engine controller – some have one injector for each cylinder (Tuned Port Injection, or TPI along with the LTx motors) while some have fewer […]
OVERVIEW The ALDU1 is a datalogger designed to work with OBD I GM vehicles. The ALDU1 is compatible with the CABL1 and the CABL2, which are interface cables that connect to GM OBD I and OBD II vehicle respectively. The ALDU1 can be purchased by itself, or as a combo with either the CABL1 or […]
The Autoprom was the first Moates device. It is a combination Emulator, Chip Burner and Datalogger. Today you can buy these devices separately, however this package eliminates the need for 3 separate units. Compatibility As of writing this article, the only software known to be fully compatible with the Autoprom is TunerPro RT. TunerCat OBD1 […]
The Ostrich 1.0, which has now been discontinued, was the first in the Ostrich line. Upon the creation of the first Moates product, the Autoprom (APU1) the team at Moates quickly realized the demand for separation of the Burner/Emulator/Datalogger combo. As a result, the Ostrich 1.0 was born. Early versions of the Ostrich 1.0 were […]
About the QuarterHorse The QuarterHorse delivers in unparalleled fashion. It plugs into the J3 port like a chip, but can do much more. The QH hardware is compatible with all EEC-IV and EEC-V ECMs through 2004 equipped with a J3 port, allowing realtime tuning AND datalogging while the vehicle is operating. In order to realize the capabilities […]