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Looking for a few beta testers for Ranger tuning

If your Ranger has one of these PCMs and you own b.e. I'm looking for a couple individuals to test a new strategy I wrote to support the following processors:
Catch code
A2E2
ANY1
BAT1
BOO2
COW1
GUM0
HAG0
J1D1
KIP0
LAG0
M3Y
NAP2
P2U
RAT1
T2A1
T2Z1
TUG1
U2U1
W2E1
X2X2
Z2T2
Email me Post subject as: "Ranger beta"
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You might want to post a little bit background on yourself, thats a pretty important thing for someone to just load a tune from some random guy on the internet.
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I can understand that. I'm an sct tuner in NY (this can be verified vvia dealer locator on SCT's website) but the purpose of the thread was not to sell tunes but rather to have a couple folks test the tuning interface I developed to work with binary Editor for the 4 cylinder rangers. It will give full access to all scalar, fnctiosn and table...i.e. Maf function, spark tables, fuel tables and more. I will walk them through the steps.
My name is Adam I own POPSRACING, I can be reached at the above listed email or by phone at 585.802.6911.

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I see you in my old neck of the woods..kind on, I lived on Atlic Beach outside of Morehead City years ago. Do you now Chris at PowerAdderSolutions?
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Too bad i dont have a tuner... But even then i dont even know if my PCM is on the List.. How do you find the code?
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Under the hood on the passenger side you will find the engine harness leads to a 60 pin connector (EEC IV), ifyou unbolt the two retention bolts and slide it out an inch it will have the four digit alpha-numeric code in bold lettering.
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We have been utilizing the Moates Quarterhoarse as it allows for realtime tuning and datalogging.
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I see you in my old neck of the woods..kind on, I lived on Atlic Beach outside of Morehead City years ago. Do you now Chris at PowerAdderSolutions?
I do not, I love that area though. Was down there probably last month, a little chilly now though lol.

Thanks for joining the site and offering this to the members!
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Do you have any tunes for 4.0L Rangers
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I do have full support for 2004 via SCT software and have done several tunes on them, if there's enough interest I can right support for the newer rangers to work with binary editor.
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Anyone else?
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I see you in my old neck of the woods..kind on, I lived on Atlic Beach outside of Morehead City years ago.
Cherry Point Marine or civilian?

I lived in Jacksonville for 6 years (96-02) and used to take a drive every-other weekend that would take me up through Emerald Isle and Atlantic Beach, then hop on 70 and head through all the marshes over to Cedar Island, where I'd take the ferry to Ocracoke.

Man, I miss coastal NC!
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At some point I'll relocate the business back down to NC. I had a booth in the PX at Cherry Point in '93/'94. We had a 7 bay shop on HWY 101 just outside of Beaufort. I missed testing the car on the private airstrip across the street. Used to own a condo in Seaspray on Atlantic Beach just east of the Cosway.
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Still lookin for a strategy for my ERX1. HAHA! Thanks
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Get me to Germany and I'll calibrate it in person.
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t2z1 eec-iv

do you have any for a 1993 ford explorer? i am to find a program for more power and better gas out of it. my email is wbenoit1969 at yahoo i do towing with it and it boggs down when i have my boat hooked up and its slow to take off at the lights
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I don't think your OBD2. This might not be something you can do.
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