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Willall go back to the very start of Ford tuning with lead calibrator Martin Donnon ‘cracking’ the original EEC-IV ECU used in the first of the EA Falcons. That tradition of Ford tuning has carried on today with some outstanding results and innovations over the years that make Willall the trusted name in Ford performance upgrades. 

 
 

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Willall go back to the very start of Ford tuning with lead calibrator Martin Donnon ‘cracking’ the original EEC-IV ECU used in the first of the EA Falcons. That tradition of Ford tuning has carried on today with some outstanding results and innovations over the years that make Willall the trusted name in Ford performance upgrades.

 

Together Willall and Donnon have –

 

- Pioneered ECU tuning technology for the EEC-IV Ford ECU back in 1991

- Developed tuning solutions for EA – AU for both normally aspirated and forced induction applications

- Put the first manual BA XR6 Turbo into the 12 second zone in 2002

- Performed the ‘Australianisation’ and official tuner training for all Australian Tuners of the SCT Advantage Ford tuning software

- Work in closely with Herrod Motorsport (Australias largest Ford Tuners)

- Can tune all American and imported Fords from F-Truck through to Mustang with SCT Advantage tuning software

- Willall tune all Fords with SCT Advantage software and use Mainline Dynolog chassis dynos (AWD 1500 Series)

 

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