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  • ozplanet ·
    Sorry for the delay I have not been on the site for a very long time. The stock computer does its best to keep it running at optimal. If you are not getting error codes then stock PCM will do the trick you will just see less power then what can be achieved with a proper tune. The Mopar Peformance PCM just has a different curve tuned more for performance.

    The PCM job is to maintain the proper air fuel ratio it will make adjustments to timing spark and injectors to maintain optimal 12.5-13.3. I do not recommend getting the performance PCM instead go get a tune from http://www.bcmperf.com/services.html. As far as I know they are the only ones offering this service. Give them your specs and they will give you a rough tune that will be better than stock.
    toot997 ·
    I have a 94 dodge ram 5.2 with eq performance heads, 1.97 intake valves, bbk 52mm throttle body, comp cam camshaft; I can send the link to the camshaft for info. it doesn't run without my foot on the gas at 1600 rpm and then after a few minutes its running so rich I have to give it a lot more throttle to keep it running. Will my setup even run with a stock computer? Ive looked at the mopar computer and I don't know if that will work; not sure what going on and Don't know who to ask questions to.

    If you can help me, thanks
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