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    Visit www.boostbutton.com... Turbo Mopar Contributor ShelGame's Avatar
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    BoostButton.com

    Our new website is pretty much ready. There's still a bit of polishing to do, but it's basically all done. Check it out if you have time - BoostButton.com

    Right now, we only have the current services available (chip burning and socketeing). But, I will be adding a few products soon (hopefully this weekend) - Chips, sockets, and SBEC chip adapters to begin with. Flashable computers and more as we get them ready to go.

    Of course, anyone can still contact me via PM or e-mail.

    Thanks again for everyone's support.
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    Re: BoostButton.com

    AWESOME!

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    nice web!

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    good domain name. the buttons could use some work, but awesome more Chrysler support I hope you make piles of money.
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    Yeah, I know. We're just using our providers template for now. I would have liked to have something more custom, but you gotta start somewhere...
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    Nice looking website!

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    Pretty cool!

    Any experience with 2.4L's on SMEC electronics?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by contraption22 View Post
    Pretty cool!

    Any experience with 2.4L's on SMEC electronics?

    Thanks,

    Mike
    I just did a 2.4 SBEC cal for Sean - http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=47188

    No idea how it works yet. SMEC would have been easier actually...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShelGame View Post
    Yeah, I know. We're just using our providers template for now. I would have liked to have something more custom, but you gotta start somewhere...
    That's not a bad way to go at all! Does the template include the "shopping cart" web-commerce side of things?

    These kinds of templates are great, as a lot of people can do a great graphical web page for you, but don't have the first clue how to correctly/safely implement the actual biz side of things.... Trust me on this!

    It's a great start, hope you can expand it to become a good money maker!

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    What would the cost be if you did a cal and emailed? I have my own EPROM burner, EPROMsand UV eraser.
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    Sweet!!

    So if I wanted a custom Logic Module to plug into the GLH would I go to ECU socketing, Chip Burning, or Custom ECU Code?

    The GLH is my first project car(im only 19) so I dont know all the specs on my engine yet. All I know is its a stock '88 Shelby Z engine with a stock Garret T2 turbo with the 2 swingvalve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inmyshadow View Post
    What would the cost be if you did a cal and emailed? I have my own EPROM burner, EPROMsand UV eraser.
    Previoulsy, I've done those for free. The problems is, there's not much pressure to finish the free cals . With the 'new' company, I think I'm goingto charge a fee for the cal itself, and price the chip accordingly. Probably $20 for the cal itslef.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostedDrummer View Post
    Sweet!!

    So if I wanted a custom Logic Module to plug into the GLH would I go to ECU socketing, Chip Burning, or Custom ECU Code?

    The GLH is my first project car(im only 19) so I dont know all the specs on my engine yet. All I know is its a stock '88 Shelby Z engine with a stock Garret T2 turbo with the 2 swingvalve.
    Well, in actuality, the way our cart is setup, you'd need a socket job, a chip, and a custom cal. I think it should add all of that automatically when you select 'ECU Socketeing'.
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    Congrats Rob. I hope you do really well with this.

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    Hell yeah. I hope it works out well for you (and your wife!). That's the least this community can do for someone who has given so much.

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    Nice site rob
    Still want to do a 94 SBEC 3.ol cal turbo cal . I didn't see a listing for 3.ol in your spec sheet.

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    Re: BoostButton.com

    Rob need some core ecu's?

    Will the v6 computers work for a core for the 4cylinder turbo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4278h View Post
    Rob need some core ecu's?

    Will the v6 computers work for a core for the 4cylinder turbo?
    Yes! I do need cores. PM me what you have and what you want for them. The V6 SMEC can be used to run a turbo. SBEC, not sure. I'd actually take anything at this point, I plan to even be able to tune TBI computers for the roundy-roundy guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShelGame View Post
    Yes! I do need cores. PM me what you have and what you want for them. The V6 SMEC can be used to run a turbo. SBEC, not sure. I'd actually take anything at this point, I plan to even be able to tune TBI computers for the roundy-roundy guys.
    Look no further my good man.

    I've got tons of just about everything. Naturally I'd prefer to get rid of the v6 stuff first for cores since you would be working your magic on them anyway. Will check the shed tomorrow and take some inventory.

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    I've often wondered if the V6 SMEC could be used for the 4 cyl turbo with just a socket and cal. Or does anything else have to be done to it ? I would imagine they had 2 drivers in them for batch firing, which is why I thought they would work. Which brings to mind, you think it's possible that a TBI SMEC has more than 1 driver. I could understand a generic SMEC for production purpose's.

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