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so i ordered gt40 aluminum heads that have been ported and polished with 2.02/1.95 valves,bbk 56mm throttle body,bbk throttle body spacer,msd 36lb injectors,pacesetter shorty headers,scorpion roller rockers,lunati cam Duration at 050 inch Lift:221 int./229 exh,Valve Lift with Factory Rocker Arm Ratio:0.549 int./0.565 exh. with 112/108 lobe seperation.bbk mass air meter with electronics for 36lb injectors.bbk billet fuel pressure regulator.let me know what you all think.oh and a 2800 stall convertor.

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sounds good. what type of aftermarket tuner are you going to run?
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gotta a friend with a dyno,so were gonna chip it and tune it.SCT multi bank chip.what do you suggest?

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Either Tweecer or Moates Quarterhorse. Personally, I'm running a Tweecer and have been happy with it. Although my setup isn't nearly as aggressive as yours is. For the $ a tuner is a much better option, it gives you infinitely more tuning ability than a burned chip. What EEC are you running?
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factory,the bronco stuff is new to me,how does it differ from the mustang ecm?

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Is it a WAY1 or VEX1? difference will be the strategy that the EEC employs to run the engine.The truck EEC will be programmed to run your E4OD. Some of the other tables, such as fuel curves and so forth will also be different.
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Is it a WAY1 or VEX1?
not sure,where do i check?

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You can check on the EEC itself. chances are it is one of the following:

These were all found behind the E4OD.
U4X0 (F4PF-12A650-AA)
VEX1 (F5TF-12A650-HB)
WAY1 (F5TF-12A650-JB)
BIO0 (F5TF-12A650-BYA)
AKC0 (F8TF-12A650-NA)

The other thing to consider is if you're running one or 2 O2 sensors.
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we've got a good section on EEC tuning. It's kind of hidden and doesn't see a lot of action, but the people who post there know they're stuff, so that might be a good place to start.

http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...splay.php?f=67
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guess i will figure it out,lol. will probably go with the tweecer.

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whichever way you go, a tuner gives you so many more options..change your injectors, new MAF meter, new cam..no problem. all of those things can be adjusted yourself without the need of having someone mess around with a chip.
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whichever way you go, a tuner gives you so many more options..change your injectors, new MAF meter, new cam..no problem. all of those things can be adjusted yourself without the need of having someone mess around with a chip.
im having my factory torque convertor built and adjusted to 2500-2800 stall what issues may i experience there? and thanks for the info,trying to be ready to do everything in one weekend.

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bought the tweecer rt should arrive next tuesday,mike at tweecer was verey helpful and cool to deal with.

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