Been using a PMS (the model with the the handheld that looks like a game system) for years without any issues. My only two complaints are lack of control below 2,000 rpms and the lack of control of fan temps.
Can the quarterhorse or tweecer be setup with boost controls, N2O controls, a two step or other misc switched accessories, setup to log data off a wideband? I wouldn't know for sure, but I somehow doubt it...
Each has their weak points
All I know is my 94GT starts up, idles and runs like a bat outta hell, all using a PMS. In fact right now I have two tunes stored in mine, one setup for bracket racing and the other for the full power tune, both work fine and load / unload fine. All without booting up a laptop. This isn't to say I haven't used my laptop to make changes, have a screen setup with live reading of all my info, or used for datalogging when at the track.
1994 Mustang GT TKO 500 5 spd
Fox 75mm TB, FTI Ported Edelbrock Perf RPM, 58cc AFR 165s, FTI Cam, 4.10s, Drag Susp, PMS Tuned by Mike Post
316 RWHP & 335 RWTQ // 3,225 lbs with driver and fuel // 11.919 @ 113.92 All Motor
Last edited by FastGT94; 08-26-2010 at 05:55 PM.