Software exclusively for Ford vehicles! This is the new Paul Booth EEC Editor software for 86-04 vehicles.
Supports the Quarterhorse, Jaybird, F3, BURN2, F2A, F2E, everything.
Cost is based on year/model vehicle selection. Definitions (DEF for editor and DLM for datalogging) are purchased with the pulldown options. For Quarterhorse, you will want to get both the DEF and DLM for your strategy choice, but if only burning chips, you would only need the DEF.
After you download the software and install it (see links below), the license seed is generated from your PC (the one you wish to use the software on). You will need to send this in the comments section of your order when purchasing a datalogging/emulation license for specific applications. So, download and install ahead of time and include the code! All definitions and licenses are encrypted. All available definitions are included with the software install. However, they are not enabled for use without the licensing. This means you can explore the software and see how you like it, but you'll need to pay for a license if you want to save modified files, program them onto chips, emulate in real-time, or practice datalogging. All licenses are per 'strategy'. For instance, GUFB captures many of the 1989-93 V8 Mustangs, but it is considered a single strategy.
General pricing structure is as follows:
$20: EEC4 (pre-1996) DEF license for making calibration changes.
$30: EEC5 (1996-2004) DEF license.
$25: EEC4 DLM license for datalogging via QuarterHorse (again, strategy-specific).
$35: EEC5 DLM license.
$100: Create a more extensive Emulation/Datalogging combo definition for use with QuarterHorse for previously unsupported vehicle.
For example, if you want to burn chips for an A9L GUFB car, and you planned to get the JayBird and F3 module, you would only need to purchase the $20 Editor Definition for GUFB. So for $75(Jaybird)+$60(F3)+$20(license), you can program your own chips.
Want to program your buddy's 1994 T4M0 CBAZA? Add that option for only $20 more with an additional editor definition.
Decide later on to get a $249 QuarterHorse and you want to add realtime emulation for both definitions? No additional licensing costs. Want to add datalogging via QuarterHorse for both strategies? It'll run you another $25+$25 for those add-ons.
Still even at that point in this possibly confusing scenario, you're into it only $384 in hardware and $90 in software, and you can tune any number of 1989-95 Mustangs for only $60 a chip module extra. Not too shabby!
If you need additional definitions, you can add them individually to your cart for checkout, each with the different range of options selected.
If you're adding this item to your cart, you should have already downloaded and installed the software (see link below) on the PC you plan to use it with AND synchronized it with the Quarterhorse you plan to use. Then you can go into the "Help->Request Registration Number" option. This number must be submitted in the comments field when you finalize your order.