Tweecer R/T?

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  1. Matt94GT

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    Who is running one? So I know who I can bug when I get my ride back on the road :noes:. I plan to visit a dyno and do a little bit of tuning with my new Tweecer! :dancing6:

    Anyone have any good links or info for learning about the tweecer that I can add to a Tweecer databank?

    I have one very simple question, how do I get in and change my timing??? Step by step would be good because Im a total noob at this.
     
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    post on the corral they will send you the link to the tweecer website if you dont already have it
     
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    the only thing I have heard about it is that is is very expensive.
     
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    www.tweecer.com heh I have it I was just cerious if anyone else on here uses it.
     
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    so you have one? how much did it cost you?
     
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    Yes I do like $480 + ship.
     
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    thats not a whole lot more than the hand-held tuners :thumb:
     
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    yeah but they dont really have any for the 5.0 really, they have the PMS but the tweecer seems to have a great comminity behind it and lots use it, so many options you can change you would go crazy.
     
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    pms is like a grand aswell

    the tweecer is great if you already have a laptop
     
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    tweecers are good if you know how to tune them. i had one on my car gained alot out of it. but man you gotta to know whta you are doing with one or know someone that does
     
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    nobody around here has one, SCT tuners or a custom dyno tune is the norm
     
  12. NITROUSINJECTED

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    same here just had one for a little while then i sold it and went and had mike wilson and dallas mustang tune my car