[Diy_efi] Affordable OBDII tuning solution ?

Bobby Yates Emory liberty1
Sat Feb 25 05:09:46 UTC 2012


(I am in over my head here, so take this with a grain of salt.)

The one that I had remembered was the Auto - Enginuity, but some of the
reviews were negative.


But then I found the reviews at AllPar.  They are Chrysler specific but
they covered a couple of OBDII readers.  They were positive about the
and the Palmer Engineering:  I think that Palmer's ScanXL Professional
passes through to some tools that will change parameters.





Good luck - if you find something, please let us know.


On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 8:29 PM, Bobby Yates Emory <liberty1 at gmail.com>wrote:

> Phil,
> There is a code reader that hooks up to a laptop.  If you have access to a
> laptop, you can get all the info.  I don't think it allows you to change
> the PCM.  I will try to find it again and let you know.
> Bobby
> 2012/2/24 Phillip Kuhn <pmkls1 at yahoo.com>
>> So, like the subject says, is there such a thing ? The cheapest product
>> that I can find is about $500. I was just wondering if there is anything
>> cheaper out there ? We have had OBDII systems since '96, so I find it a bit
>> pricey to pay so much for 16 year old technology. Anyhow, I really want to
>> make some changes to the  calibration in my wifes pcm and install a more
>> sophisticated PCM I'm my firebird.
>> Thanks
>> Phil
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Toward freedom,

Bobby Yates Emory
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