The QuarterHorse plugs into the J3 port, like a chip module, on EEC-IV and EEC-V through 2004 Ford vehicles. Here are the key capabilities:
- Datalogging of all sensors and values to the PC.
- True realtime emulation allows instant changes to any calibration parameter while engine is running.
- Box reading for EEC-IV/V.
You can change ANY parameter while the vehicle is running without disturbing operation. You can log ANY parameter in RAM from the EEC-IV and V at sample rates well over 2,000 frames per second through the same mini USB cable (no OBD cable needed). Simultaneous ultra-high-speed rigorous datalogging capabilities are closely-coupled with the realtime-emulation / tuning-on-the-fly for the ultimate tuning experience. This device continues the tradition and heritage of our highly-integrated, low-cost, high-quality tuning tools from GM and Honda into the Ford arena. It is fully supported by all the major DIY-EFI software such as Paul Booth's EEC Editor, Clint Garrity's Binary Editor, and Mark Mansur's TunerPro.
The QuarterHorse does have limited support (4x) for remote switching via rotary knob (available separately, search this site for 'QH Switch') as well as software-based program selection from PC (8x 1-bank, 4x 2-bank, 2x 4-bank).
It also supports reading of the EEC port to harvest 'stock' binaries. This must be done in-vehicle, or on a test bench harness, to supply the EEC with power.
This product kit comes with the QH device, premium USB 2.0 mini-to-regular USB bulkhead cable, cable mounting bracket and bolt, standard USB 2.0 cable, and 2x snap-on ferrite beads. Software is available separately (check our Software and Drivers section).