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should i use the old incepterII or just tune it without ?

im in the process of finishing my turbo set up and was wonder if it would b worth using the crane cams interceptorII or just using my wideband and tunning it without ?

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I would use it. That's the one that is the old PMS right?

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Use the interceptor.

New build in progress: Twin Gen 2 PT6466 352

Old combo:352 single 76mm turbo, 16psi, AOD, 9.41 @ 149mph, E85, 255/50/16 MT DR, 3500lb STREET car driven everywhere.
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yea its the old style pms. but i was talking to a guy and he was telling me that he didnt think that the windows is close enough 4 a turbo setup ? ( as in,idle,2k,4k,5k and wot)
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It will interpolate the points in between and should work fine
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yea its the old style pms. but i was talking to a guy and he was telling me that he didnt think that the windows is close enough 4 a turbo setup ? ( as in,idle,2k,4k,5k and wot)
Yes 2000,4000,5800,and 7800{i think). Those rpm cells are separate for different loads and boost.

Let me ask you this, if you don't use the interceptor how will you tune?

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whell ive seen fourms on here bout ppl just pulling the spout out and tunning it with a wideband, but i was wanting it kinda streetable , or my buddy has a timming lock pro he wants to sell
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And your worried that the pms doesn't have enough adjustability? Lol

The pms will blow away either of those 2 options you listed.

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lol true. but everything ive read ppl say the interceptor is not worth crap
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I don't know where you are reading by I disagree. I used the Interceptor I for over 13 years with great success on my Vortech(s) car.

You have to talk to people that know what they are doing, not just "I heard".

Check out Stangtuning.net for more info.


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ok thanks i will look into that and again thanks for the info
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