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  1. cmxPPL219

    Factory dents?

    Great question - I know for a fact that 315/30/19s Cup2s will fit on the rear. The front, I'm not sure about. (Not sure if you're talking about running a square setup of 315's all around) It's possible there may be some fender lining rub. Because when I see the front stock rims and tire 305's...
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    Factory narrower tires seems to hook better...

    Gotcha. I'd say try what [email protected] is suggesting, he knows what he's talking about :) Because in this case, with your new setup, setting the cold PSI to 35, if you drive a bit, you could be closer to a hot PSI of closer to 40, which would increase rear end breakaway. Especially on performance...
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    Factory narrower tires seems to hook better...

    (You beat me to it, asking the same questions, but better lol :thumbsup:)
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    Factory narrower tires seems to hook better...

    The only change is to the new tire setup right? (i.e., no other suspension changes) What are your tire pressures? What are the alignment specs? Did you spec a custom alignment that deviates from factory specs?
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    Sequential pattern...for brake lights...why is it that some frown upon its use?

    Right exactly. I see what you're saying about the Diode Dynamics, and you're absolutely right. On the OEM Euro light, this is where WD is referring to. WD Pro - the Euro OEM light, based on this euro light switch below, correct me if I'm wrong, but the button on the lower left-hand side, is to...
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    Sequential pattern...for brake lights...why is it that some frown upon its use?

    The other plus about the Euro light is its all LEDs, as opposed to the incandescant bulb in the US reverse light lol
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    Sequential pattern...for brake lights...why is it that some frown upon its use?

    I think WD might be referring to the Euro OEM light this: https://www.blueovalindustries.com/lg0100.html
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    Sequential pattern...for brake lights...why is it that some frown upon its use?

    True! I looked into this a while ago, and I believe you're absolutely right :sunglasses:
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    Sequential pattern...for brake lights...why is it that some frown upon its use?

    I'd just add that a lot of us on here are great drivers, and although we may not need them, a lot these measures would help the rest out there, to protect us from them. The previous weekend while taking my Mustang out for a drive, was driving along with a Type R in traffic. We happened to be...
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    Sequential pattern...for brake lights...why is it that some frown upon its use?

    This thread is a great discussion. Like many here, I've done a lot of highway driving over many years of driving, and have noticed A LOT about how lights are paramount, in the way they operate and how to warn other road users of where you're going, your intentions, etc. A lot of folks here have...
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    Northern climate/winter driven S550 Mustangs: how are they holding up?

    I see where you're coming from - didn't look at it that way until now. Great points :thumbsup:
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    Northern climate/winter driven S550 Mustangs: how are they holding up?

    Gotcha - No I agree with you completely. I should have clarified / added more context to my previous post, in that the benefit of having the slightly taller sidewall of the 245/45 compared to the 245/40, is the additional flex you get from the sidewall, which can be beneficial in the way the...
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    Northern climate/winter driven S550 Mustangs: how are they holding up?

    Bang on - I run a 255/40/19 at all 4 corners for winter. The winter tires are mounted to FP set of wheels that are essentially the PP1 wheels. Rears tires are mounted on PP1/FP Rear Wheels that are bit wider than the front rims, so just a small stretch. If you end up with 245s, do a 45...
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    Northern climate/winter driven S550 Mustangs: how are they holding up?

    Winter driving can definitely be hard on the front clip of any car. The issue isn't so much when it's actively snowing, and folks are driving slow. But it's when the roads are relatively dry, and the plows and salters have already come through. On the highway, people are now travelling at speed...
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    Noticed brief puff of blue smoke today on startup, only the fourth startup since FR PP2 install...

    Yeah, exactly- The FP tune actually errs on the side of caution/is relatively conservative, to be "safe."
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    Noticed brief puff of blue smoke today on startup, only the fourth startup since FR PP2 install...

    Agree with what morgande is saying. It would also be hard to say it's the tune, without having been 100% sure that it never happened, prior to the tune. But from your post, it sounds like this is the first time you've seen it, post-tune. Hypothetically, it could have been puffing a little blue...
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    Color Correction

    Np, I do it more often than I'd like to admit lol :sunglasses:
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    Color Correction

    Did you mean Paint Correction? It's basically the process that detailers use to buff/polish/clean the clearcoat on our modern auto paints to level the finish so that all minor swirls, scratches and imperfections are removed, and the clearcoat is made as pristine as possible, prior to applying...
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    Driving SC2s in sun-45*F weather...

    Agree with the above posts. Now, once you get into the low ~30s, this is when you have an much higher risk of cracking sidewalls, and/or the treadface.
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    From 370z to Mustang GT

    Haha I know what you mean - with 5.0L, over say the ecoboost, its the car your heart wants as opposed to what the mind says "makes sense". I suppose it's human nature in some respects - it's the thrill, the danger even, of getting in, and just knowing what "could" happen if you don't reign it...
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