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So i know that it is a self tuner, but im not sure how it works. Is it hard to tune it yourself? Im not REAL savvy with the kind of air/fuel ratios i need...and im not sure what needs to be tweeked to gain the most out of my car. Could someone explain a little and is it really worth investing in?
 

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if you mean a handheld tuner, i dont beleive those work with 94-95
 

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if you mean a handheld tuner, i dont beleive those work with 94-95
tweecer is not a handheld tuner it is a piggy back programmable engine management computer
 

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They are pretty advanced and not user friendly from what I've heard. I downloaded the program on my computer and tried to play with it. It was pretty tough to get the hang of and you need to be pretty knowledgable with tuning to get it right.
 

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The tweecer forum has a lot good peeps to answer any and all of your questions about the tweecer. Throw out some specific questions and I will see if I can answer them:cool:
 

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best thing you can get for a wild 94-95..

the only other decent option IMO is a A9L swap.
 

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best thing you can get for a wild 94-95..

the only other decent option IMO is a A9L swap.

That is definitely a popular swap. Then again if your modifications continue you will want a tune for the A9L too:yes and you will have to get a tune or a self tuner (like the tweecer) anyway:D
 
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