Reusing QH and Binary Editor on a new Mustang project

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Reusing QH and Binary Editor on a new Mustang project

Post by TrueMetalGeek » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:25 pm

Hi guys. Long time no talk.
I got rid of my 1996 Mustang GT a while back but saved my Quart Horse and other hardware.
Now I recently picked up a 2002 Mustang GT for a project car and want to use my hardware on it.
I was running a CDAN4 type strategy on the 1996 GT.
The 2002 has a MDE2 EEC and from what I see I might need a RYAK1 strategy?

My head is foggy on setting all of this up and I think the Binary Editor and QH already being used for my last car is making it more confusing than an initial setup.

What basically do I need to do to start over and load a strategy to properly read my stock strategy so I can start tuning it?

I installed the QH into the EEC and when I clicked the FORD icon to download the stock calibration from the EEC it did seem to do that and let me save it but game me some messages about not having a strategy or something.

One more thing. Are there free strategies floating around for this EEC or do I need to look to someone like POPS RACING like I used for the CDAN4?

Thanks in advance. I'll probably be hanging around for a while as I start to work on another low buck DIY Mustang project.
*GONE*1996 Mustang GT 5 Speed
2002 Mustang GT 5 Speed
Extreme low buck DIY Project Car
Tuning with QH - BE - Innovate MTX-L WB

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Re: Reusing QH and Binary Editor on a new Mustang project

Post by motorhead1991 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:36 pm

CoreTuning (popsracing, Clint Garrity and Ben Head) have the strategy you're looking for.

I'd be surprised if SailorBob and Decipha didn't have it either.
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Re: Reusing QH and Binary Editor on a new Mustang project

Post by TrueMetalGeek » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:45 pm

As the fog is lifting from memory, I think I now remember buying one from POPS and then someone talked to me over the phone as I let them remote in to my machine to register it or whatever needs to be done.
I think the last one I had used a database db3 format
*GONE*1996 Mustang GT 5 Speed
2002 Mustang GT 5 Speed
Extreme low buck DIY Project Car
Tuning with QH - BE - Innovate MTX-L WB

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Re: Reusing QH and Binary Editor on a new Mustang project

Post by TrueMetalGeek » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:55 pm

This is the EEC in the car
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*GONE*1996 Mustang GT 5 Speed
2002 Mustang GT 5 Speed
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Tuning with QH - BE - Innovate MTX-L WB

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Re: Reusing QH and Binary Editor on a new Mustang project

Post by TrueMetalGeek » Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:01 pm

Oh, I just saw what you were posting there motorhead.
I found the search on coretuning. So I need a RYAF0T6 file?


When I go to the SHOP link on that site it looks like I can purchase that file there?

So if I bought this do they send me a file to register in BE?
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*GONE*1996 Mustang GT 5 Speed
2002 Mustang GT 5 Speed
Extreme low buck DIY Project Car
Tuning with QH - BE - Innovate MTX-L WB

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