Ford focus advice

ste68blue
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Ford focus advice

Postby ste68blue » Fri Jan 23, 2009 7:05 pm

Hi, i have a ford focus st170 (170ps) that has just had a dyno run and the operator said that it was over fueling at between 2000 and 5500rpm and that the power curve dipped slightly.

Then he suggested using your interceptor to tune the ecu.

Now appologies for my ignorance but up until then i had never heard of your product so began some digging and i must say from what i have found it seems pretty impressive.

My main questions are will i be able to adjust/ correct the fueling issues and what type of gains should i be ble to expect performance and drivability wise?

Any help or advice is much appreciated.

Cheers
stephen

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Re: Ford focus advice

Postby haltechindonesia » Thu Mar 05, 2009 2:32 am

yes, absolutely, I've tried interceptor on Ford Focus 2.0L Duratec HE engine (A/T) - 2WD Front, it works perfectly...
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Re: Ford focus advice

Postby LMS_689 » Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:17 am

Thumbs up for the Interceptor. It does what it's advertised to do. What gains you'll make depends on a lot of factors and without knowing the platform intimately there's no way we can guess what kind of gains you'll see. Driveability should remain same as stock.
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