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  1. Dirtyblueshirt

    NEW SYNC 3.0 Build 20204 Nav Android Auto/Apple Carplay

    Hey you! The USB hub and manual update to get CarPlay was only required for 2016 models - you'll be fine. Both the software and hardware were present in 2017-onwards.
  2. Dirtyblueshirt

    Close-call thread (Dash Cam)

    It's the Waylens Horizon. I guess it's kind of a "performance dahcam" with OBDII inputs https://waylens.com/horizon/
  3. Dirtyblueshirt

    Close-call thread (Dash Cam)

    I finally got one in the Mustang last night... because U-Turns are hard...
  4. Dirtyblueshirt

    Close-call thread (Dash Cam)

    Well... Here's one from yesterday morning... when you decide that a red light just simply not convenient for you...
  5. Dirtyblueshirt

    Close-call thread (Dash Cam)

    Not my Mustang (behold the silence of the electric car), but two in one on the way to lunch at work on Friday...
  6. Dirtyblueshirt

    S550 versus 2019 BMW 8 Series

    Sounds good, until you remember the reliability of BMW mechanics (unless you pay thousands in yearly maintenance, of course)
  7. Dirtyblueshirt

    S550 versus 2019 BMW 8 Series

    Imitation is truly the sincerest form of flattery. I'm not even mad, the S550's shape looks good on the BMW (though It'll probably cost the equivalent of two fully-loaded GTs)
  8. Dirtyblueshirt

    2018 Push Start Button to 15-17

    What flashing? The button is literally just a momentary contact button with an LED for start/stop and another for nighttime illumination...
  9. Dirtyblueshirt

    NEW SYNC 3.0 Build 20204 Nav Android Auto/Apple Carplay

    OEM Nav will still have its need until the time mobile data signal covers 100% of the global landscape. Even in Southern California, data can disappear in canyons, mountains, and deserts.
  10. Dirtyblueshirt

    My Ford Touch Browser

    Definitely not. Pretty sure Ford's legal department axed that idea quickly.
  11. Dirtyblueshirt

    2016 Sync 3 and Wireless CarPlay

    Wireless CarPlay requires Bluetooth for an initial handshake, and WiFi (in hotspot mode)for an ongoing connection. Based on this article, it sounds like there is a specific chipset or something required to support this interactivity...
  12. Dirtyblueshirt

    2019 Bullitt Mustang Officially Revealed at NAIAS!

    I stand corrected. My argument otherwise still stands. The "history" argument is utter bull. If you want to argue that, there's a wealth of improvements over the past half century to argue "history" over.
  13. Dirtyblueshirt

    2019 Bullitt Mustang Officially Revealed at NAIAS!

    Past "Bullitt" vehicles have come with an optional auto. History is subjective. and Yes, it is Ford Performance. Fiesta ST. Focus ST. Focus RS. Shelby GT350.
  14. Dirtyblueshirt

    2019 Bullitt Mustang Officially Revealed at NAIAS!

    The original didn't have a radio, either. What's your point?
  15. Dirtyblueshirt

    2019 Bullitt Mustang Officially Revealed at NAIAS!

    It still really pisses me off that Ford Performance keeps on with this "performance vehicles can't have automatics" BS attitude. Pretty sure I'm not going to get another Ford after this. Even the Camaro ZL1 offers an auto.
  16. Dirtyblueshirt

    NEW SYNC 3.0 Build 20204 Nav Android Auto/Apple Carplay

    It would seem we will now have to wait until Ford deems us worthy of 3.2... so... probably Late 2037.
  17. Dirtyblueshirt

    2018 gauge cluster retrofit

    I don't recall seeing it answered, but did you have to get the cluster programmed to the car somehow? In other Ford Cars I've tinkered with, the cluster was linked to the immobilization system, so that if you put in a different cluster without some sort of programming, the car wouldn't even turn...
  18. Dirtyblueshirt

    Tour D’Orange 01/01/18

    It’s official:
  19. Dirtyblueshirt

    2018 gauge cluster retrofit

    JR3Z10849JB - 10 Speed Auto JR3Z10849MB - 6 Speed Manual JR3Z10849LB - 6 Speed Manual JR3Z10849KB - 10 Speed Auto What the differences between the two Manual/Auto versions are, I can't tell right now, the Ford Parts website does not specify 5.0 vs 2.3 for these part numbers.


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