Crane 10 and 2000 AT ECU

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Crane 10 and 2000 AT ECU

Post by gninja21 » Wed Jul 30, 2008 7:05 pm

I am thinking of purchasing a crane 10 for my 2000 Neon ES AT. Will I need to purchase something to control the a/f ratio so it doesn't run pig rich?

I do not feel like giving Howell any money for the AF/X computers.

I appreciate any advice you genius' have.

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Post by arlenok » Thu Jul 31, 2008 11:52 am

I don't think you'd need it with a mild grind like #10... You should go higher, like #12, because 10 won't really do much.
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Post by w0158981 » Fri Aug 01, 2008 1:49 am

could always go with a magnum cam like i'm doing i'm told its the same as a #12

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Post by asanti » Fri Aug 01, 2008 12:26 pm

w0158981 wrote:could always go with a magnum cam like i'm doing i'm told its the same as a #12
:withstupid: Agreed. Either get a Magnum cam or go with a Crane 12. You'll make more power and not have to worry about running pig rich. That's saved for those of us who've opted for the 14 or bigger :rofl: . The only other advice I'd give is you may want to consider a set of Magnum valvesprings as well if you choose either cam, it's just good security at that point.

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