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Titan 4.7 tuning for dummies

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Titan 4.7 tuning for dummies

Post by bessemerengine » July 12th, 2019, 6:47 am

I have a 1999 TJ with a Titan 4.7, ax-15, 3:73 gears, and 315/75R17 tires. I have the larger fuel injectors. Intake and exhaust are stock. The Jeep runs great now that it is broken in. I would like to get a tuner to help improve my fuel economy what I can. I am looking for recommendations on what tuner to purchase. I tried searching previous posts and did not find anything that answered my questions. I drove the Jeep 222k since new before doing a total rebuild down to the bare frame and tub. I plan to drive it another 20 years. It is my primary daily driver when I am not on my motorcycle.

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Re: Titan 4.7 tuning for dummies

Post by SkylinesSuck » July 12th, 2019, 10:26 am

Flyin Ryan performance. Google him. That's your guy. He's busy and this is a side gig so it might take a bit for a reply, but he's the guy. He will flash you stock PCM with an SCT tuner via email. You will need a wide band and some way to data log.

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Re: Titan 4.7 tuning for dummies

Post by bessemerengine » July 13th, 2019, 5:03 am

Thanks, I sent him an email with some questions. I am going to visit a local shop that does a lot of the little "tuner" cars. Rather than invest in the SCT X4 and wide band 02 sensor installation, I am going to see if they can handle the data aquisition for me and cooridinate with Ryan to get it done. Once my tune is in, I do not see a need for the X4. I already have a X2 that collects dust except when I need to clear a code on something. I was really surprised at the lack of response to my question overall. It seems hard to believe there is only one option for programming a TJ. I intend to put a lot of miles on my Jeep so if I can get a couple more Mpg out of it, it is worth the investment.

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Re: Titan 4.7 tuning for dummies

Post by Cheromaniac » July 14th, 2019, 12:01 am

You could also contact the other Jeep tuning guru Chris Jensen.

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