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know how to tweak an SCT custom tune ???

Discussion in 'SN95 Cobras' started by Cobrakid, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. Cobrakid

    Cobrakid prefers quick, over fast! Established Member

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    hey guys,

    I have a 98 Cobra with an SCT X3 handheld # 3000.

    It has a custom tune on it, which I want to tweak a little bit further.

    I can easily do this with my Jeep's Predator with a custom tune on it.

    Any advise?????

    thanks,
    Chuck

    The car/tune is close, I just want to adjust the timing a little and the fuel curve.

    any hints, or HOW to's ??????
     
  2. 1996MysticSnake

    1996MysticSnake Member Established Member

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    Just plug it in, select tune car, then select custom tune, then select adjust options, you should adjust the saved options if it asks you. You will having timing adjustment and a bunch of other stuff. If it pings when you add timing make sure you pull it back out so you dont hurt the motor. Cobra motors love timing though
     
  3. PACIFICGREENSVT

    PACIFICGREENSVT Active Member Established Member

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    ^This.
    If who ever sold it to him gave it user adjustabilty, its an option.
     
  4. svtsilversnake

    svtsilversnake DRIVER MODED Established Member

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    I don't mean to hijack or revive an old thread, but I have a custom tune as well and I wanted to adjust it but I was not sure how to know how much fuel%+/- i can take out, or what global timing is. I upped the global timing 4+ total and pulled 2% wot fuel out. It seems a little stronger down low but it may just be my imagination. Any ideas? I figured this would be better than starting a new thread because I know how people are about redundant threads on this forum.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  5. xTomKx

    xTomKx New Member Established Member

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    I hope you know what you're doing if you go changing settings in a tune. Don't want to hear about your motor going kaboom.
     

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