Rhotpursuit· B4U Task Force
This is perfect. If you're still tuning OBD1, why not help this guy out? As long as you can do it from the eastern end of Canada while he's on the US west coast.As someone who tunes OBD1 ECMs I feel that I need to correct incorrect information about it when someone posts it. I have lots of real hands on experience with OBD1 (Even helped start one of the go to forums for OBD1 GM tuning years ago, and help moderate another), I have made combinations work that so called experts said would never work, whereas it seems that other people in this thread don't and are just repeating bad information that has been said by other people with little to no experience with OBD1, that doesn't help anyone looking to tune their OBD1 vehicle. There's no need to throw thousands of dollars and unnecessary hardware at a simple change. I have seen this far too often, I also tune plenty of aftermarket systems and see people spending WAY too much on systems that they will never make full or even use half of the capabilities of that system, because somebody on the interweebs told them they needed to buy the wizbang device to solve all of their issues.
In the end the OP will do what they feel best for themselves, I just can't stand by when bad information is posted misleading people.
Again...what does the OP ned to supply you in order for you to burn him a chip? If you can't do it because of distance, do you know of someone in the US that might be able to help?