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    Hey guys, I did a 1988 2.8 TBI swap into a Willys Jeep and am having some tuning issues. It wants to idle at around 1k rpm and when it warms up it goes higher.Looking at the plugs it is definitely running rich. I did not wire in the ald port though I have it. Engine runs good other than the running rich, it will also hesitate if you floor it until the engine speed can catch up. Any tuning advice?It is running the stock computer that came with the engine.
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    hope you're still with us, I tend to mostly stay in the pushrod performance section so i missed your post. while the stock computer is tunable, without having a way to see what the ECU is seeing, tuning will be very difficult. Dynamic EFI has an add-on board for the stock ECU that allows the ECU's calibration to be changed without burning new chips, and is much more user friendly.
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