GUFB goodies at github

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Chucko
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GUFB goodies at github

Post by Chucko » Sat Mar 14, 2020 2:24 am

After a considerable amount of assembly code reading and pondering, and some testing on my own '89 5.0, I'm letting the world see my private stash of GUFB tweaks at https://github.com/chucko58/EEC-IV_A9L.

Thanks to the OpenEEC Project for the original disassembly listing on which all this stuff is based.

Have a look and let me know what you think.
'89 LX 5.0, Crane 2040, Pro-M 75mm Bullet, 65 mm TB, ported stock intake & E7TE heads, 24 lb injs., JBA shortys, cat X-pipe, A3M1 (GUFB strategy) w/Moates Quarterhorse, BE & EA, close ratio T5Z, 3.55 rear

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Re: GUFB goodies at github

Post by motorhead1991 » Sat Mar 14, 2020 1:46 pm

That's what OpenEEC is there for :grin:. I'm glad others are finally warming up to the idea of a unified effort.
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