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    2015 Mustang GT Supercharged Tune

    Good morning,

    Just wanted to have some experienced tuners to look over my tune file. I recently purchased this car and no tuner came with the car. I have my hptuner mpv2 and downloaded the current tune in the car.

    The setup is as follows:

    5.0
    Roush Supercharged with 79mm pulley
    VMP 69 mm twin throttle body
    Stainless works LTH
    Krona 3" exhaust
    Return style fuel system

    If you can look at the tune to verify injector size and other things that may be out of place.

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks,

    Steve
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    What injectors do you have?

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    I am not certain. I bought car from dealer who didn't know much detail about the car.

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    Looks like ID1050X injectors, at least the data for them. Maybe a 123mm JLT intake for the MAF, IDK the low period portions look way to high to me, but that may just be for the way the fuel regulator is setup.

    Is something about the way the car is running causing you to seek help with it? You need to post logs, with the right channels selected, along with the tune to really get useful feed back.
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    I will post some logs. Does it look like the car is setup for e85? I am not having any running issues, just want to make certain tune looks good before I start running it hard. I will get some logs posted.

    Thanks

    Steve

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    No, it had the stock point of e10 pump gas.
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    best to post a log

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    Found the owner and car was tuned by Jon Lund. It was tuned with SCT tuner, anyhow I will post some logs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theereverand View Post
    Found the owner and car was tuned by Jon Lund. It was tuned with SCT tuner, anyhow I will post some logs.


    You sure about that? Lund locks his tunes, so HPT wouldn't be able to open the file you read out.

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    Very easy to make their tunes work in HPT actually...

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    Interesting

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    How ??

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    Couldn’t even pull one from a s550 I was tuning then the customer said oh yea it’s Lund tuned so I flashed back to stock and started fresh with mine.

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    He doesn't know how.

    veeefour loves to make claims that he can't back up.

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    LOL. You two are always at it
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