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Wait until you get to about 3K and the car gets faster.
I’m glad you mentioned this, I’ve read the car really unlocks the tune after 1000 miles. Any heat soak issues in autocross?





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If the amount of break dust continues to bother you change the pads to Powerstop Z23 or Z26. If you do not want do do that consider getting your wheels ceramic coated. They will still dustup but will be super easy to clean.


The Rev Match is only on the GT with the MT82 6 speed manual.
Its on the A10 also, GT and Ecoboost HPP(not sure if regular ecoboost has it).
 
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Are we talking about the same thing?

well, its not quite as needed on the auto, but the A10 in sport mode blips the throttle on down shifts also. Sounds cool.
 

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No rev matching on the ecoboost manuals, unless you count your right foot. The factory manual says 1000 miles for engine break in, but my car really got better after 3K miles.
 

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I’m glad you mentioned this, I’ve read the car really unlocks the tune after 1000 miles. Any heat soak issues in autocross?
There is some heat soak in autocross if you have quick turn arounds. I have seen the oil temp gauge go into the yellow with about 5 minute turn arounds on a 90-95 degree day. I will be adding Redline water wetter to see if that helps some. I also use a water sprayer on the tires, IC and radiator.
 

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Are you getting a lot of brake dust on front rims??? Has GT brakes, but my GT never put much dust on rims. Must be a different pad because it feels a lot different than GT brakes and the brake dust is pretty bad in a weeks time after a washing.Anybody else noticing this?
It's for sure the type/brand pad you're using. Might want to go with a low dust producing pad on your next brake service.
 

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