- Feb 20, 2015
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I have a 94 GT, T5, with Trick Flow heads, cam, & upper/lower intake, roller rockers, 75mm TB, CAI, 30lb injectors with 255 walbro and Pro-M MAF calibrated for 30lb injectors, MSD cap/rotor & blaster coil, EGR/smog delete, Mac shorty headers, off-road x pipe to flowmasters, & 4.10 gears. I've been getting mixed opinions and suggestions what to do for a tune. Obviously a dyno tune is the best route. I was going to just get an SCT chip and see how it worked (heard good and bad about SCT as well) before I went any farther. I really don't want to mess around with Moates or Tweecer either. I know you have to have some sort of chip or piggy back for a dyno tune to be put on just don't want to spend $270 on an SCT and get nowhere with it then have to get a $400+ dyno tune. Anyway to just get some sort of a blank chip and have it dyno'd? I don't know a lot about tuning on the 94-95 ecu as I've always dealt with OBD2 cars. Just looking for some straight answers on what to do with the mods I have. I'm located in southern Iowa and would also like to know some good dyno shops to check out around here or northern Missouri or any other suggestions.