I can't say for the PMS tuner, but with my Quarterhorse I just install the injector supplied flow sheet for cranking PW's and all is good. All injectors have tested cranking PW settings from the factory.
called out to Anderson today and they said do not turn on the idle control, but we did it anyway and the car revs to 1300 rpms. and i cannot do anything to affect it. They also told me to remove my idle plate, we did and that doesn't really seem to make a difference, now we are getting an issue at 180 dgrees, goes really rich, I'm ready to loose it with this thing.
Rick from Anderson ford told me that he would rather see the car idle on it's own. Tweaking the tps voltage, adjusting the idle air control screw (if your aftermarket t-body has that provision), and getting the timing and fuel settings on the PMS calm enough to have the car idle on it's own.
That said it's a rare day that you will meet someone that isn't using the idle control to make the car do what you want.
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