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I was looking at getting some new wheels for my mustang. I found some satin bronze ones that are 19x10 in front and 19x11 in the rear. Would that fitment work on my car? I’m lowered a little as well

 
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I was looking at getting some new wheels for my mustang. I found some satin bronze ones that are 19x10 in front and 19x11 in the rear. Would that fitment work on my car? I’m lowered a little as well
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Interesting, hopefully someone will mention something about that. I’d be curious to hear how to do that and how it works. Thanks for the info
I think this is it, it’s called engineering mode, hold down the OK button on the left side of the steering wheel while you start the car. Once the car starts wait till you see ET light up then release. You can press OK for door open etc., then scroll down to you see the AFE bias. then use the left or right button to change the value. Mine is set to 956. That should get your mpg close to actual. Mine was 1.5 mpg over actual. There’s also a screen that shows a digital speed, but they say it goes away once you restart the engine. Side note just remember what your preset was in case I’m wrong. I remember those #s from when I did mine. With that get a second opinion if I’m right. There’s also YouTube video on the engineering mode.

My numbers may not got your car as accurate and you may have to go up or down to get it close depending if yours is reading high or low.
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I think this is it, it’s called engineering mode, hold down the OK button on the left side of the steering wheel while you start the car. Once the car starts wait till you see ET light up then release. You can press OK for door open etc., then scroll down to you see the AFE bias. then use the left or right button to change the value. Mine is set to 956. That should get your mpg close to actual. Mine was 1.5 mpg over actual. There’s also a screen that shows a digital speed, but they say it goes away once you restart the engine. Side note just remember what your preset was in case I’m wrong. I remember those #s from when I did mine. With that get a second opinion if I’m right. There’s also YouTube video on the engineering mode.

My numbers may not got your car as accurate and you may have to go up or down to get it close depending if yours is reading high or low.
DA90D6DE-9A56-4845-9BBE-FFDBCBF43D68.jpeg
01B4D053-1D30-4FCC-A1F0-B7C9F37C88D1.jpeg
8C32D053-4598-474D-AB48-1E1D61555875.jpeg
1B7F8F24-8C34-4492-8291-6F84C8B204E5.jpeg
Ahhhh ok, appreciate it. I’ve heard of that mode to get the digital speedometer but I didn’t know you could do that to adjust to get the mpg. I’ll have to try that out next time.
 

 
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