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Tweecer RT VS. Superchip

  • Tweecer RT

    Votes: 1 20.0%
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    Votes: 3 60.0%
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Well I was browsing www.tweecer.com and I thought it would be a good investment in spending $500 for a new $400 for an used. Both have 4 banks to make different tunnings and everything, which I think its cool... What ya guys think??
 

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Tweecer software doesn't compare in any way shape or form to "the mans".
 

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You can find them used for a lot less than that. Look around, try NLOC.net, Corral.net, ........

The Tweecer is a great product. Kind of complicted to use, but not overly difficult if you take some time to read/research about the different schalars and tables.

The main stuff you would use one for, would be fairly easy to do. MAF transfer function - the already have the file for an 02' Stang MAF, as well as many others. Injectors, just changing one schalar.... Torque converter lockup, simple changes in a table.
You can get even more into it, but the basic things are easy to do.

For the HUGE price difference, find a Tweecer for around $300 or so and grab it.

Not sure if you checked out the Tweecer forum, but http://tweecer.oplnk.net/

A TON of helpful information on there
 
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