Steeda Releases Adaptive System for Ford Mustang

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  1. MRaburn

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    In the aftermarket race for the Ford Mustang (http://www.planetmustang.com/), competitors are constantly seeking methods of improving original equipment to do more to pacify the Mustang fans? need for power speed. Steeda has just recently announced a very progressive solution to powertrain control for the S197 Ford Mustang. This new Adaptive Performance Calibration system takes full advantage of the drive-by-wire system in the car and takes it to the next level of preferred performance.[​IMG]</img> [​IMG]</img> [​IMG]</img> [​IMG]</img> [​IMG]</img> [​IMG]</img>


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    I know what I want for Xmas now!
     
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    I'd love to see some before and after results.
     
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    IMHO. it's nothing more than just a marketing gimmick.

    Despite having adaptive tune capabilities, it still remains CARB certified. Meaning that it's going to have the same old conservative tune, as the current 50 state flash tool.

    In which absolutely does nothing for getting rid of the stock PCM throttle lag/response issues.

    Then to make matters even worse. You'll still have to put up with throttle hang on deceleration. Which not only is very annoying, but also very dangerous as well.

    Especially when you need to suddenly stop your vehicle, either on the highway or in local traffic.

    That being said, I'll just wait for Doug from Bamachips, and SCT to develop their own adaptive tune software technology.
     
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