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Finally put my 996 back together after dropping the engine because of bad tranny gear. Since it was out decided to get the frame painted.

Now that the engine is back in it is idling at 2k rpms. The fast idle does not seem to do anything either.

Since the engine was apart I did have them degree the cams besides having Mr. Martins collets installed.

Does anyone have any experience with Fuel Injection Tune? (Rhetorical question.)

How complex is it? How long does it take, mechanic and then me?

Thanks for the info.

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I would suggest taking it to someone that has a dyno and can tune it, either via chip or power commander.
 
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