Teal sn95 Mustang GT build

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Here's the ECU
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Doesn’t look like it’s ever been opened. Take the cover plate off and snap a pic. We’ll know 100% then.


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Doesn’t look like it’s ever been opened. Take the cover plate off and snap a pic. We’ll know 100% then.


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This for sure ^

Also. Dont forget you can post a picture of the injectors and we can likely tell you what they are without removing them.

And did you find the cam part #?

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I thought the chip hung out of the case a little bit but its been a while since I saw a stock ecu. With a stock tune being adjusted for the huge injectors by a weighted maf I would say to start there. Either sell the injectors/maf combo and get something more in line either with what you are doing now or get the supercharger you need to justify the big injectors.
 

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It's a compcam xe270 cam. I suppose I'll switch out the MAF and injectors I don't plan on going supercharged


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Any preferred maf/injector combo people really really like ?

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I had a similar problem with a 95 GT where the fan was only running on slow speed. The high speed circuit was energizing but turns out the terminal connector was burned out inside the plastic enclosure.
Purchased a connector repair kit and resolved my heating issues.
Overheating could be caused by many issues. This was an expensive chase for a $40 connector kit.
 

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