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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    The rational is fine. I suggest taking the car as it sits now to a track your familiar/comfortable with and see where you think it is lacking. Digest the experience, then put together a plan of attack. That is just my opinion though. I still think powerwise a tune, and LTH's would be a solid...
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    325/30R19 on lowered S550?

    I run the 325/30/19 on 19x11 LMR350 wheels. Can confirm no rubbing with both the BMR Performance springs and BMR Handling springs.
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    100 HP gains on a 91 TUNE !

    100 whp gain on a high compression gen 3 with 91 to boot. I call bullshit.
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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    I guess I'll ask it since no one else did. Why 500whp? You seem like a track guy from your posts, so wouldn't shooting for a certain lap time be a better goal? 475 whp with better tires, and suspension mods will rape 500whp on shit tires and stock suspension. I stand by my claim before, LTH...
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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    I hear ya and agree. Thing is these engines are pretty damn efficient as is now a days. There is not a lot of room for improvement, especially when staying on pump 93. "Bolt ons" only get you so far, just not going to see the gains that a lot of us old timers are used to.
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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    LTH will give you a nice bump across the powerband, a tune will get rid of TQ limiters and such. Those two things would be the first I would do then take it to the track and see how it feels. If your mainly concerned with track times, suspension, brakes, tires and seat time will get you more...
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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    DI offers a lot of possibilities. It is the reason why you can run the compression ratios these engines do now. More power, better economy and cleaner emissions. There is no downside to any of those aside from the learning curve needed to maximize their potential.
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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    I agree with both of you on the 93 thing. Problem is to get 500whp you are going to have to tune it on the ragged edge, that is a recipe for disaster on pump 93. Too many variables from weather conditions, fuel quality etc. A 3rd gen coyote does have some built in benefits that would make it...
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    500 WHP, N/A on 93 octane, possible?

    I just don't think 93 is going to allow you to consistently and safely make 500whp. Sure, you can cram timing in it and turn off the knock reduction for a glory pull but for a street car that needs to be somewhat safe you really need E85 to pull it off consistently and safely.
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    What tuner can use existing tune and only change acceptable rear gear range? Want to go steeper gears.

    Try to find someone locally that has HPTuners and see if they can read it. Don't need any credits to do a read.
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    Ngauge lambda1 reading help

    Because when you are in decel the injectors shutoff and AFR goes to 2.0, which is the default "High Warning" in the nGauge.
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    Differences in LT headers

    I have longtubes on my car, catless ones. My point was the price difference between cattless and catted is a substantial difference. I am a big advocate of long tubes but I am not sure the additional cost incurred by high flow cats is worth it.
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    Differences in LT headers

    Most of the gains from headers are from going "free flowing exhaust". If you're planning on getting high flow cats with the long tubes, cost isn't worth it unless boosted.
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    remote lund tune help (datalogging)

    There are different strategies for the ECU. Even the same model year and options may have different strategies. VCM scanner/editor needs to know the strategy so it can populate the maps and make sense of the data coming in. Lund's encryption method does something where the strategy is not...
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    Which mod should i go with first

    Yes, 19x11 No, the 555g2. Not the drag radial. Car is my daily in the summer and I drive 180 miles a day roundtrip commute. Drag radials wouldn't cut it lol.
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    Removed blower and returned to stock no power 2500 to 3500 rpm

    Find someone locally with an SCT and log TQ Source.
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    Which mod should i go with first

    They fit perfectly fine. I have ran them with both BMR Performance Springs and now the Handling Springs. No need for a spacer on the front as long as you get the right offset (which most of the Mustang vendors offer). Only reason I went with a 325 was to get the Indy 500's, I previously had a...
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    Which mod should i go with first

    I agree with most of your post, I will say however that the tires/width is definitively an improvement over stock. My car in stock form (tires, no mods) had less traction than it does now with my mods and 325 Indy 500's on the rear. It is a night and day difference. Nothing short of a slick is...
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    Which mod should i go with first

    I run a staggered 285/325 combo and I am completely happy with it. If anything the car will understeer more with a staggered setup vs square. For me that is fine as I come from FWD/AWD cars, so understeer is something I am used to. It is mainly personal preference. Best times at any kind of...
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    Jon Lund Jr. discusses latest rumors about Lund Racing/future of EFI Tuning

    It is about money. The EPA is ran by a Presidential appointee. The President has an agenda that he passes down to the EPA director to follow through with. Doing so requires money, which is raised via the Federal Budget and issuing of fines, licenses etc. People keep bringing the argument up that...


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