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Posted: Thu Jun 16, 2005 9:25 pm 
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Cheers for the help Uglybob, thought i was gona have to spend 1000+ to get idle quality back with a chip of some sort, im onto it now!
Posted: Thu Jun 16, 2005 9:57 pm 
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Hey uglybob how much was the cam? Can i just bang it straight it mine and it all be sweet? What cam do you guys reccommend to put in my car want to leave the stock ecu (i take it is a ticky one as for the car) and not spend sh*t loads.

Sorry for asking heaps of Q's.



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Posted: Thu Jun 16, 2005 10:48 pm 
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my cam isn't a wade regrind, its a billet cam - so its pretty expensive - about $450 or so...

don't think you need shims or anything for billet cams - yours is an EFII Ghia, so you should have an Tickford ECU in yours, so it should be all sweet! :P



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Posted: Fri Jun 17, 2005 1:45 pm 
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uglybob wrote:
hey all

just thought i'd post this up, as it may help a few people - i've got a stage 2 crow cam, and have had real issues getting the car to idle. i've had to double-foot it at the lights, and its just a pain in the a*** :?

but - the problem has been solved! i've got a tickford ECU in the car, and now it idles! 8-) holds at 700rpm in D - sits at the lights, without hunting or stalling - something i've been wanting it to do for ages!

but yeah - just thought i'd let everyone know, as it may help some people with similar problems :wink:

also, car feels a lot more responsive & revs out easier :)

:-) I've been telling everyone for about 5 years that Tickford ECU's have better idle with aftermarket cams (better "capture range"for low vacuum situation I suspect).



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