"The XCalibrator 2 allows you to make changes to your custom tuning for things like gear ratios & tire size changes, shift points, shift firmness levels, air/fuel ratios, and timing adjustments as well, giving you a large array of adjustability of your tunes."
I just want someone to clarify this for me.
So the shift points isn't a concrete tune, it allows you to ajust them yourself?
If you advance the timing do you need a higher octane fuel?
When would you change the air/fuel ratio?
Is there a tuner that lets you datalog and design tunes rather than have someone else do it?
98 XLT "Off Road" 4x4, Gutless 4.0 Automatic, 4.11 265/75/16, Supercab, SCT Tuned