Interesting idea on the 4.09 gear set, as the heavy car and the high power band both lend themselves to a gear swap.
However, the DCT has a very short 4.17 (?) first gear and that change in FDR will effect the DCT and powertrain tuning.
Definitely not like previous Mustangs.
I watched the video from where you referenced it, still not seeing anything wrong there.
Steve has been an open book on going for 8s and showing both good and bad while modding to get there.
Very impressive car with Ford giving us a foundation with massive potential.
I think the only negative is...
Looking good guys.
I drove my current GT500 up to the Ford dealer and saw both an F150 and Escape in Antimatter Blue. Ironically both we’re parked next to black examples and that blue is very much almost black.
I didn’t go back to the first pages but transmission replacement? There’s been a few members who have had a transmission replacement successfully.
Maybe Ford gets you a new ‘21 and fixes yours on their own time.
Hellcat comment was for the other member. Just sayin the Hellcats don’t just become a pussycat when you bolt a blower on a 350.
On the PD blower differences, they’re actually a bit different.
The Eaton TVS is a Roots PD and the Whipple is a Twin Screw PD.
The Roots moves air from one side of...
Then you absolutely don’t need that power level!
No offense but I doubt you’re really pushing you’re 350 to it’s capabilities at the track even with stock power, I know I can’t.
In that application, much safer to keep it at the lower boost levels.
Maybe just change the pulley for the track?
If you’re going to keep good octane in it, I’d personally run a 5.2 at 850rwhp without concern. Still, anything at that power level, you need to be prepared for a build if you’re going to really use the 850rwhp.
Pretty simple to me, get an attorney involved or continue to be disappointed.
You either have to be prepared to Lemon it or deal with waiting.
As above, they’re still building 500s, so there are harnesses somewhere.
I really do wish you luck and I hope you get the car back soon.
Big benefit if the tune allows the computer to add timing based on octane/absence of knock sensor activity. The stock tune and most aftermarket tunes will have this feature. There will be increased octane and knock protection from the Boostane.
For example, if the regular 91/93 pump only...