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ECMlink Running a new rebuild engine on a old tune


10+ Year Contributor
Feb 11, 2009
Romania, Europe
Hi guys! Took me a long time to rebuild my engine and get everything back in place but I can say I'm finally done.

Right now I need some help with ECMLink, I want to know if the tune I have right now is good enough to drive the car. I want to drive the car, if is possible, for few KM before someone will tune it for the new setup.

My old tune was done long time ago, remotely, by a user from here for a stock engine. Before I started the car I've changed the old sensors input with new ones and dial in the new FIC 1560 Hi-z injectors. I still have to do some adjustments to the new S90 throttle body but from now on I think I'll need some help, like I was saying. Thank you!


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Proven Member
Oct 5, 2014
fort collins, Colorado
You should be able to get it driveable by yourself. You probably changed your airflow so you will need to look at that in VE or maf whichever you are running.

When I rebuilt my motor and changed compression keeping everything else exactly the same... I was damn close on my ve table.

Changing my injectors to fic 2150s... again damn close once I dialed them in.
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