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Had an eec tuner, it broke, so im looking at getting something different. With the stock calibration, my car runs pretty good, except when I come up to a stop, it dies. Acts like the car is flooded. Is this something ill be able to change with a pms, or am i gonna have to go with a epec or a tweecer. And i know i need some wot tuning as well. Id like to stay with a piggyback setup like the epec or pms, but i am considering getting a tweecer r/t. As far as my setup i have a 351, stock block, crank, rods, 9.5:1 comp, tfs tw heads, fms a332 cam, 42lb injectors, Pro-m 80mm with a 42lb s/c calibration. And a powerdyne supercharger makin 7psi on it. As far as exhaust goes bbk 1 3/4" longtubes, 2.5" xpipe, 2.5" race magnum catback.
 

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Yea just sounds like too much fuel when coming to a stop. The PMS would work great for you since it has the boost tables. Stop by the board (see sig) we have a forum for the PMS and other tuners. I've run the PMS for a year or so and really like it with my set-up.

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